MySweetSchoolDaze Series Returns to Accelerate Back-to-School Readers
Don’t let the kids read this one, but the classrooms are getting active again in six weeks. While summer camps and vacations still take advantage of getaways and days off, there are nonprofits in North Texas that are collecting school supplies for young people who don’t have the strictly necessary for education.
A sad secret that many don’t realize is that too often teachers dig into their wallets to provide materials such as crayons, paper, crayons, and other supplies.
To help back-to-school campaigns, the MySweetSchoolDaze series will be launched for nonprofits and foundations.
Interested? Here are the requirements for the exam:
- An online article describing the drive and why it is needed
- Author of the article and their connection to the school
- School and/or district name
- What school classification is the target
- How many students should benefit
- Deadline for support
- How people can support the project (e.g. Amazon wishlist, supply delivery, donations, etc.)
- What kind of items are needed
- Length: Make it as long or as short as you want and provide it in a Word document. Tip: MSC readers generally prefer posts with a word count between 250 and 500 words.
- Photos/graphics/logos are encouraged as long as they have identifiers and are submitted in JPEG format. Please, no postage stamp-sized mugshots. Advice to the wise: the better the photos, the better the readership.
Send the information to [email protected] with “MySweetSchoolDaze –
It will be on a first-come, first-posted basis, so hurry up and get your school campaigns going. Here are some examples from last year’s series.