The easiest way to find receive information about PIP activities is to sign up for our email loop.

Adults: Sign Up Here


We need parent and student volunteers to help run our events, such as, Discover STEM3rd and 5th Grade Market Math and the Star Party. Visit the PIP Calendar for all events, times and dates. Sign up to receive our event announcements and to volunteer for individual events as your availability permits.

Would you like to get involved?

  • Take part in an AB PIP STEM event
  • Help coordinate an event or activity
  • Suggest a new STEM or STEAM event
  • Work with younger students (Market Math or Star Party)
  • Parents: Serve on the steering committee
  • Parents: Be an AB PIP STEM representative (Elementary, Jr. High or Sr. High) 
  • Parents: Write a grant or help raise funds
  • Parents: Host a job shadow or be a career speaker
  • Students: Pursue your interests in math, biology, astronomy, ecology, conservation, engineering and science
  • Students: Hone your leadership skills
  • Students: Learn about STEM jobs at DiscoverSTEM
  • Students: Earn volunteer service credit
Come to a PIP Meeting and find out more

Accept the Challenge

ABRHS students are invited to Accept the Challenge to participate in community service. It’s not hard to make volunteering a part of your life, and it can be a very rewarding thing to do. Information on this web site and in the Counseling Center can provide tools for students interested in volunteering.
  • The Accept the Challenge Community Service Report form is a report form on which students can track their volunteer hours. It should be submitted to the Counseling Center by early December to report hours for the calendar year. You can print this form and hand write the information or you can download the form (Microsoft Word) and fill it in electronically. 
  • Accept the Challenge: What Counts? provides a list of which in-school and out-of-school opportunities can be tracked as volunteer hours. It also specifies which types of activities may not be reported as volunteer hours.

Student Volunteers

Market Math