B) Provide your leaders a voice

B) Provide your leaders a voice in their school; this will create a connection, sense of ownership, commitment and investment. It won’t just connect your students to your school, your students will feel a part of your team; it will foster a feeling of US with no THEM. Programs that help to give students voice are built into your programs already: ASB/student council, class council, club programs. You can expand and enhance their voice by using a more formal structure for this called “Raising Student Voice and Participation” or RSVP. CADA’s Leadership Development Coordinator, Sandra Kurland, (sandrakurland@cox.net ) is trained in RSVP (RSVP is a NASSP program).

B-1: Baseline Activity-Linda Westfall

B-2: Election Guidelines-Denise Van Doorn-Bear Valley MS

B-3: Campaign Position Paper-Poster-Denise Van Doorn-Bear Valley MS

B-4: Teacher Recommendation Form for ASB Candidates-Denise Van Doorn-Bear Valley MS

B-5: School Improvement Survey-Denise Van Doorn-Bear Valley MS

B-5a: Top Ten Suggestions for Improving BVM-Denise Van Doorn-Bear Valley MS

B-6: Sample Constitution-Cindy Bader-Terra Linda HS

B-7: Climate and Culture Changing Tips-Menlo-Atherton HS Students

B-8: ASB Class Officer Elections-Cindy Bader-Terra Linda HS

B-9: Fresh Elections Held at the Feeder MS-Cindy Bader-Terra Linda HS

B-10: Class Officer Meeting Guidelines-Cindy Bader-Terra Linda HS

B-11: Basic Tips for Club Management-Lauretta Eldridge-Stockdale HS

B-12: Site Council Bylaws-Lauretta Eldridge-Stockdale HS

B-13: Sample Site Council Agenda-Lauretta Eldridge-Stockdale HS

B-14: Sample Site Council Minutes-Lauretta Eldridge-Stockdale HS

B-15: Sample Constitution-Lauretta Eldridge-Stockdale HS

B-16: Sample Organization Constitution-Lauretta Eldridge-Stockdale HS

B-17: Advisor Handbook-Lauretta Eldridge-Stockdale HS

 
 

 

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