POPs: Parents of Publications

This will be a lifesaver! I include a flyer on the first day of school for parents to read on a cute popcorn stationary. I also serve popcorn at Open House with additional flyers. The list has been compiled by students (notice how specific it is hahaha!) over the years and I will tell you – my parents have COME THROUGH time and time again and stocked us up for weeks with just a tiny bit of promotion. I pretty much HATE asking for help – but this kind of makes it fun!

Idea credit: Lori Oglesbee



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