FAITH Home School Group

New Braunfels, Texas and the surrounding area


TASC

Teens Aspiring to Serve Christ

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The New Braunfels Teens Aspiring to Serve Christ (TASC) Volunteer Group is in its fourth year and we hope YOU will join!

What is TASC you ask?

We are youth ages 10-18 that take on the task! The officers leads and the adult advisors help as needed. See the list of officers and open positions below. Contact us if you may be interested in rising to the challenge and serving as an officer. We welcome ages 10-12 to volunteer with a parent present. Responsible teens (ages 13 and up) that are capable of following the organization’s guidelines and will respect the adult advisor’s guidance can be dropped off or drive themselves to events. Parents can coordinate rides with other parents.

TASC is FUN!

Every month we volunteer at organization for 2-3 hours (depends on the needs of the organization). After we are done, it is time for: volleyball, ultimate Frisbee, eat at a restaurant, board games, pickleball, and more! Our monthly meeting is online and then we play Kahoot!

How is TASC organized?

Officers lead and do most of the planning and organizing. The group was formed so students have the opportunity to lead and learn valuable life skills. The adult advisors (parents who will help plan and rotate being in attendance at volunteer events) are in regular communication to keep the group running smoothly. The officers and adult advisors are working on planning the volunteer events and activities for the 2021-2022 academic year. Some of the places that TASC has volunteered are: NB Food Bank, Landa Park, Gruene Senior Living, Wounded Warrior Garden, Westside Community Center garden, Animal Shelter, Heritage Village, Heritage Museum, Comal Crisis center, Conservation Society, Fischer Park, Wildwood Church and more! YOUR recommendations and connections can help us plan this year! So join TASC and help us make a difference in our community and the lives of homeschool youth and families.

Here is the tentative plan for this year:

  • July: Serve, fun
  • August: Serve,fun
  • September: Kickoff Party, Serve,fun
  • October: Serve,fun
  • November: Serve,fun
  • December: No activity
  • January: Party! Serve, fun
  • February: Serve,fun
  • March: Serve,fun
  • April: Serve,fun
  • May: Serve, fun
  • June: End of year party, New officers Serve, fun

What does this add up to?

  • 11 Service opportunities and fun afterwards
  • 3 parties
  • 11 monthly meetings and kahoot
  • Additional fun times may be planned

So in 1 year, 14 times for your youth to be with others serving and having fun. Are you in? YES! Let’s do this!

Check out TASC! Email us at tascnb@gmail.com. We will add you to our invitation list for our next online meeting. Come join the fun!

We are excited to have parent advisors! It is a great way to serve alongside your child and have some fun too! These events are great ways to connect with your child and get to know other teens while helping facilitate healthy friendships in constructive ways that help them grow and improve their character.

The 2021 - 2022 officers of TASC are:

President: Timothy Watje

Vice President: Morgan Grimm

Public Relations Officer: Alex Franco

Social Media Officer (Two Slots) (High School Age): Keeli Mendoza and _________

  • Updates all forms of social media with council (board) input/approval.
  • Coordinates with Public Relations Officer to post photos of volunteers and completed service projects.
  • Assists in all service projects as needed.

Secretary: Allie Grimm

Administrative Officer (Sophomore, Junior, or Senior High School Preferred): ______________

  • Keeps all contact information for council members, volunteers and service project point-of-contacts.
  • Informs supervisors and council members of meetings and other administrative information as needed.
  • Writes “Thank you” cards as directed by President and/or supervisors.
  • Assists in all projects as needed.

On-Site Administrative Officer: Josiah Hobbs

Historian (Other officers welcomed): Abigail Watje

  • Takes photographs of volunteers during the service project for articles and other social media.
  • Uploads photos. Reminds parents and students to upload photos.
  • Documents what each project entailed and other significant events.
  • Assists in all service projects as needed.

Hospitality & Entertainment Officers: Ethan Holland, Kimberly Watje

Members-at-Large: Daniel McClelland. Austin Pekar

Parent Advisors: Jeanette Watje, Sherry Saville, Tonya McClelland, Aida Hobbs

Parents of officers and all parents welcomed and encouraged to participate.

Email tascnb@gmail.com to contact the leaders. Jeanette Watje is an adult supervisor ready to answer questions. Contact her at 10homeschoolers@gmail.com or 8304812198

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Contact Info

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FAITH Home School Group

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