Nov. 18th, 11:45am-4:30pm $75 For Students, Families & Volunteers Includes Museum Scavenger Hunt, Native American Lunch, Horseback Ride, Cowboy hat, and Hay Wagon Ride. This community event is such a great way to see the desert and spend some quality time together! Reserve your spot before Nov. 13th Have questions? Contact email@example.com.
AFS students are only able to travel outside the US with members of their host family (age 25+) or on a school-sponsored/youth group-sponsored trip. The first time a student travels internationally, a host parent will need to complete the steps below. SP students are sponsored program students, the procedure for these students is different and Read More
AFS-USA travel guidelines are designed to maintain the integrity of AFS Programs and to help participants adapt fully to their lives as exchange participants in the U.S. AFS Participants have obligations to their host families, communities, and schools. In addition, AFS is responsible for participants; AFS must know a participant’s whereabouts in the event of Read More
Here’s a quick look of student “covered” activities. Anything beyond this will require an additional waiver from the natural parents, unless it’s a prohibited activity. Should your student need one this at any point this year, please plan ahead, and let your liaison know prior to the student participating in the activity and the liaison Read More
This past week, our chapter successfully welcomed 22 students (The Grand Canyon Area Team has 26 all together this year) See more photos on Facebook by clicking here. Thank you to all the volunteers and family members who showed up to help! Special thanks to Judy Appleyard for coordinating and planning the event!
Please join us to welcome Arsenio Penga, our YES* guest from Mozambique On: Tuesday, March 28 From: 6:30-8 pm** At: 7024 N 3rd Ave, Phoenix 85021 (Home of Jill Goldsmith) Mr. Penga will be in the U.S. to attend the annual YES conference in Washington D.C. Then he will spend a week with our Chapter, making Read More
Sponsored Program students went to the Tucson Rodeo on Feb 19th. We watched mutton bustin’ junior roping, barrel racing, steer wrestling, and bull riding. We ate turkey legs, corn on a stick, and fry bread.