Today’s post is a continuation of yesterday’s, where Angie, a future PTO president in Utah wrote about how she brought the issue of reading logs to the attention of her board of trustees. Below she writes about the proposals she suggested to the Board of Trustees.
How I Brought the Issue of Reading Logs to the Attention of our Board of Trustees
by Angie, incoming PTO president, Utah
VI. My proposal:
a. Focus our efforts on educating parents as to the importance of modeling being a reader themselves, talking about their own books with excitement and enthusiasm, and inviting their children to read with them.
I. Parent education could take place at Back to School Night, the weekly newsletter, parent /teacher conferences, etc.
a. At this point the Vice Principal said, “I love it!”
b. One BOT member said, “I would love to hold book club discussions in the library during the lunch period for kids who are interested like we used to do.”
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