continuously upheld the principle that parents have the fundamental
right to direct the education and upbringing of their children.
On Nov 17, 4:50 pm, Bruce Majors <majors.br...@gmail.com> wrote:
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: National School Choice Week
> Date: Thursday, November 17, 2011
> Subject: Will you join us for National School Choice Week 2012?
> To: Bruce Majors <majors.br...@gmail.com>
> Bruce --
> Thanks to your invaluable work, 2011 has been a stellar year for the school
> choice movement.
> All across the country, a record number of states have passed important
> legislation that enables parents to choose where their children go to
> school. Now, it's time to build on this success. Will you join us once
> again as we plan for National School Choice Week 2012? The dates are set.
> January 22-28, 2012.
> Today, we launched a new website,www.SchoolChoiceWeek.com, and I hope
> you'll check it out. The new site makes it easier than ever before to plan
> your own National School Choice Week event, encourage friends and family to
> join the cause, connect with us on social media, and order your National
> School Choice Week scarves and materials. Here are just a few improvements
> you'll notice:
> Get Rewarded for Supporting NSCW on Social Media: Our new website actually
> rewards you for supporting National School Choice Week. You will receive
> points each time you "like" our status on Facebook, RSVP for an event,
> create your own event or take any of a number of different actions. I hope
> you'll get in on the "competition" today. On the site, you'll also be able
> to use the new site to recruit friends on Facebook, send Tweets, and easily
> amplify your support of school choice to everyone you know.
> Plan Events with Ease and Confidence: Our new platform provides you with
> more tools to plan and manage your National School Choice Week event.
> Registering an event online is now much easier. And if you need a list of
> people who have signed-up to attend an event, you can just print one out.
> Want to send a reminder to guests? Send them an email. Invitees can even
> RSVP for your event on Facebook, while inviting many other supporters to
> sign up, too.
> Locate Events in Your Area: If you want to attend an event, it's easier to
> find one! Want to find a National School Choice Week event nearby? Just
> type in your zip code and we'll show you every event going on in your area.
> Get Scarves and Event Materials: Our new site makes it easier than ever
> before to order the perfect number of scarves, rally signs, handbooks, and
> other materials for your National School Choice Week event. You can place
> your order for an "Event-in-a-Box" today by clicking here.
> You are currently a member of our database and on our new website, we have
> established your very own profile. To claim your profile, simply go towww.SchoolChoiceWeek.com/joinwhere you will be able to update your details
> and establish your own password.
> Thanks again for you interest in National School Choice Week. I hope you'll
> take some time today to check out our new site and all of the features it
> Kyle Olson
> Executive Director
> National School Choice Weekhttp://www.schoolchoiceweek.com/
> Here are three things you can do right now to get involved:
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