Posted by: Kathy Temean | September 21, 2010

School Visit Opportunity

Christine Brower-Cohen is arranging author visits for her school district to help celebrate the National Day on Writing .  The school district serves students in grades k-12.  If you would like to visit West Babylon, Long Island on October 20, 2010 to be a part of their celebration, let me know.  

Authors who visit can get paid for their time if they are already approved by BOCES.  If you aren’t currently approved by BOCES, Christine will help you start the process for future visits.  Authors interested in BOCES approval should send Christine their email address.  Her school district will forward you a W9 form.  Authors should complete the form and fax or email it back to BOCES.  BOCES will contact them with the next steps.
 
If an author is not already approved by BOCES, but would like to participate at Christine’s school this year anyway, they may have to volunteer their time.  However, Christine will speak to the principal/P.T.A  about selling your books to the students in time for the visit.
 
Authors interested in volunteering their time, or joining BOCES should email ccohen@wbschools.org
 
For more info on this national celebration, visit www.ncte.org

Go for it.

Talk tomorrow,

Kathy

Responses

  1. Kathy,

    Thank you for all you do to support and encourage us. I can’t wait to see you and Laurie again.

    Christine

    Like

    • Christine,

      I had aquestion as to what BOCES stood for and I’m not sure.

      Kathy

      Like


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