Teachers across the country are rejoicing that spring break has almost arrived. They are excited about the time off but even more thrilled that another school year is coming to a close. The end of the year deserves some recognition and a scrapbook is the perfect way to memorialize all that has happened since the school doors opened last fall.
Photographs, ticket stubs and programs from school events, and memorable quotes are the materials for a great scrapbook. Teachers can help younger students lay out scrapbooks and older students can do this themselves. Teachers can then order printing online to create booklets for the entire school. Once these arrive, stickers and small trinkets can be affixed to the pages. Everyone can play a role with this year-end project that will draw as many tears as laughs.
To raise money for their school, students can sell these booklets to family members and local residents who keep up with school happenings. Using custom posters and flyers to announce a scrapbook sale is an inexpensive way to advertise. Orders can be placed by stopping by the school, through a student, or on the school website.
Teachers and administrators can even plan a year-end school open house and sell the scrapbooks then. Family members and friends will enjoy socializing with faculty and staff while sampling appetizers and beverages. Students can help decorate halls and classrooms to welcome the visitors. Scrapbooks can be sold from a table placed near the door so guests will not miss them.
With custom posters and flyers promoting a year-in-review scrapbook and open house, the school will be a busy place before summer vacation. Time will fly but will be used productively for fundraising activities. Students will be proud of the school scrapbook and eager to sell it to everyone who supports their education.