Reaching out to Key Clubs
Written By: Michelle Jing, District Secretary-Treasurer
Contacting schools and their Key Clubs is vital to the health of the district. Though the pandemic means that these schools may have outdated or unresponsive clubs, you can still take steps to reach out.
The first step one should take is to use the contact information listed on the district directory. Under each division, there should be information for the school’s officers and advisors. This is often the most reliable, especially if the Key Club was active in the most recent service year. However, this information may be outdated and therefore one may not get a response.
The next step one must take is to reach out to the school’s Kiwanis Club and Advisor. This is also listed in our directory. These people are often very interested in seeing their Key Clubs succeed and will do their best to get you in touch with the Key Clubs.
If one cannot get a response from either of these methods, it’s worth calling or visiting the principal of the school in order to check if the advisor is still there and to see if the club is still active.
Lastly, if one is lucky enough to be the lieutenant governor of their own area, they can always visit the school in person. This allows you to most directly interact with them, as well as provides a great opportunity for you to talk to officers about the initiatives Georgia Key Club is attempting for the 2022-23 service year.
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