Family Information

Family engagement and participation is essential to the success of the Orfalea Family and ASI Children’s Center.


Family engagement can be done by volunteering time or materials, including but not limited to:

  • Volunteering time in the classroom by sharing special talents or interests.
  • Performing upkeep on center equipment or grounds.
  • Assisting with fundraisers or classroom projects.
  • Participating in the Parent Advisory Council or subcommittee.
  • Donating needed supplies.


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Forms & Policies

View forms and policies for the Orfalea Family and ASI Children’s Center.


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Engagement Opportunities

Parent Group

Parent Group meetings are designed to be informal and will address parenting issues, concerns, and problems. Our staff will discuss parenting topics, provide information about child development, and introduce skills and techniques to help parents as they navigate the difficult task of parenting. Attendance at Parent Group counts as time for parent engagement.

Parent Advisory Council

The Children’s Center Parent Advisory Council (PAC) serves as an advisory body to the ASI Children’s Center director, the ASI executive director, the ASI Board of Directors, and the university president. The advisory council meets on a regular basis and provides recommendations on a number of center matters including budget administration, fundraising, long-range planning, and policy development.

Evenings in the Classroom

Evenings in the Classroom are a quarterly opportunity for parents to meet together with the teachers in their child’s classroom to reflect on the activities of the past quarter, look ahead into what is anticipated for the upcoming quarter, and have discussions regarding the interests and learning that the children are currently having.

Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS)

In order to keep communities safe, our local energy company may need to turn off power during extreme weather or wildfire conditions. This is called a Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS). To learn more about the response from ASI managed facilities and programs, visit the informational page here.