2017-2018 Officers


President - Wendi Santimore

Vice President - J Mendez

Secretary - Amanda Smith

Treasurer - Rochelle Lourenco

Meals

We provide and serve meals during competitions and have water available at all times.

Uniforms

We clean, mend and fit uniforms. Uniforms stay at school and are checked in/out as needed.

Membership

The Bullpup Band Boosters Inc. is a non-profit group. All parents or guardians who have students enrolled in either of the programs are members.

Parent Help for Competitions & Football Games

Chaperones

​Chaperones ride the bus with the students and supervise overnight trips.

Trailers

The Boosters are responsible for towing the trailers and driving the “Gator”. We have three trailers that need to be towed to competitions and parades throughout the school year. 

Booster Meeting Thursday, October 12 @ 6pm in HHS Choir Room

A spanish language interpreter will be available

Please contact Jackie Shoals at 573-0650 to place your order.


Checks must be made payable to: Design for You

Meetings

Booster meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of every month in the HHS Conference Room. All band parents are welcome and encouraged to attend!

Fundraising is Essential

There are ongoing fundraisers throughout the year. In July we sell fireworks, drive-thru dinners and bowling tournaments are in spring and fall. 

Bullpup Band Booster Shirts!

How Can You Help?

    · Get approved to volunteer by 

      HJUHSD
    · Become a Board Member
    · Help with meals or uniforms
    · Fundraise
    · Chaperone
    · Tow Trailers
    · Lend a helping hand

The Bullpup Band Boosters is a Non-Profit Organization.

Tax I.D. 46-1432873

Become a Board Member

​Bring your ideas, make decisions and help guide the Boosters to a successful year!

Bullpup Band Boosters

By definition, the role of the booster organization is to “boost” the instrumental music and color guard programs in a positive manner.


The purpose of the Bullpup Band Boosters is to advance the best interests of the Hanford High School Band and Color Guard programs by providing support.


Maintaining a thriving program requires support and fundraising beyond what is provided through the school.