I’m trying so hard to get my school a Native American advisory…ideas?

I’m trying so hard to get my school a Native American advisory and I was wondering if you may have some ideas?

Hey there! Thanks for writing in, I’d be glad to help.

I’m not sure exactly what problems you’re running into as you’re trying to start your advisory club. So, I’m just going to give you some general tipsfor starting a club at your school.

Here are four steps to starting a Native American advisory club:

1.Check your student handbook – this will break down the rules your school has for starting a club.

2.Get support – find a teacher, administrator, or a counselor who might help support your efforts. Let them know what you’re interestedin and why you want to start a Native American advisory club. I’m sure they’ll be more than happy to help you with your important work. They can also workon your behalf to help you get approval for your club.

3.Spread the word – start letting people know about your club. The more interest you get, the better.

4.Get creative – start thinking about making fliers, or brochures promoting the work you hope to accomplish during your advisory club.Just make sure you check your student handbook in case your school has some rules on handing out these materials.

I hope this helps and best of luck to you…you trailblazer!

Auntie Manda

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