Maybe a personalized pick-me-up note is just what a student needs to start his or her week off on the right foot. Pick a few students and write an encouraging note on their desk with a dry-erase marker for them to walk in to on Monday. Do this every so often until every one of your students has had their week started on a positive note.
Use these QR code-sided dice to get students involved. Using a QR-codereader on their mobile devices, students can access videos, e-books, websites, and other resources to benefit your chapter or council. To create your own codes, visit www.qr-code-generator.com.
Encouraging students to get creative is a great way to fundraise. Coppell High School seniors in Coppell, TX, donated $30 to paint their reserved parking space. At the end of the year, the parking spots are given awards for categories like the most school spirited and most creative designs.
Set up a “selfie station” as a way to promote fundraisers, clubs, and sign-ups for upcoming events! Victor Sjöberg, a librarianat Escondido Public Library in Escondido, CA, created a selfie station where newly brandished library card holders pose for selfies with their cards. The selfies are collected into a Dropbox account for Sjöbergto pick out the best and post to the library’s various social media outlets.
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