FIRST DAY/TEACHER TIPS
a "Welcome" Brochure
Love That Teaching Idea! Staff
Submitted: April 16, 2001
a tri-fold brochure for parents to receive at "Back-to-School"
night, or at the beginning of the new school year. Most word processing
programs have templates that allow you to simply type in the information,
and it creates a brochure for you. Items in your brochure might
include: a letter telling about yourself and what you expect from
the students, a list of rules and consequences, events to look
forward to in the coming year (i.e. "You'll be a pro at long-division!"
or a Christmas play in December), homework policy, volunteers
that are needed, etc. The nice thing about this brochure is that
if a parent/guardian is not able to pick one up, you can simply
send it off in the mail to them. It's a different and creative
way of getting out a lot of necessary information.