As a life-long resident of Concord, a parent, and a homeowner, I strongly support the Concord School Board’s efforts to fully fund full-day kindergarten programs in the budget this year. Not only would providing a full day of kindergarten to each child in Concord be a strong economic decision for our city – it would provide more children with an equal opportunity to succeed.
Daily Archives: February 14, 2018
This toolkit describes the many ways in which we at SCAN influence our elected officials on the issues we care about and includes specific examples and templates you can use in your advocacy efforts.
Read more about the benefits of registering your SCAN club with your school, if applicable, which can open up a ton of opportunities to promote your club and events.
An example of a thorough advocacy plan for the semester.
Use this chart to outline your advocacy action and recruitment plans throughout the semester.
Students under the age of 18 must have a parent complete this form and return it to Morgan at [email protected]
Learn to incorporate recruitment into every action you take with SCAN and give your club a membership boost with these helpful tips.
This mini-toolkit explains the four steps to hosting a successful event of any size.
Fall is a great time to recruit new Student Ambassadors and club members. Check out this toolkit for tips on how to capitalize on this time of year.