I want to share examples of the flyer, invitation, and exit tickets I will be using for my Character Breakfast Club. I can’t wait to hold my first one in the fall. I’ll be sure to update everyone on how things turn out along with any lessons learned.
I made a sample flyer using the Bullying topic I talked about in my first Character Breakfast Club Post. I will change my flyer each time to tell specifically about the topic of each breakfast club. If you would like a copy of this form in Publisher in order to make it your own, just email me through my contact page and I will send one to you. ( I can only post PDF documents.)
I ordered my Character Breakfast Club invitations from Vista Print. I’m looking forward to receiving them soon. Here are images of the front and back of the invitation. They are pretty basic as any extra information will have already been included on the flyer sent home with students. If you don’t have time to write each invitation, you can always create labels with the information and attach them to the back of the cards.
I also created a very simple exit ticket. In order to determine how things are going, you’ll want to know if your guests enjoyed the breakfast club, what activity they liked best, and if they would attend another one. There is also an area at the bottom for comments or suggestions. Have these available about ten minutes before the conclusion of the event. You can also have special stickers on hand for the students as they return them. I’m thinking about making some that say “Ask me about the Character Breakfast Club!” or “I went to the Character Breakfast Club today!”
I am super excited about including the Character Breakfast Club in my school counseling program. I am tossing around ideas in regard to how I will invite families. I am thinking about focusing on one or two classrooms to start in order to gauge the response. If the response is good, I will offer more than one session in order to accommodate families. My goal is to host one breakfast club for each grade level this year. However, response will dictate how things go. I’ll keep you informed!
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