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Old 08-15-2010, 03:24 PM
 
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Does anyone have a letter they send out at the beginning of the school year about promoting ordering from book clubs? I know Scholastic has letters you can get but I was hoping to make one a little more personable, one that promotes how important it is to read to your child and that they start be read to at home...and so on.

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This is the one I used last year. If you want to use it please look it over first (I wrote it really fast and haven't updated/corrected it yet).
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Scholastic changed their website, and the parent online ordering. The parents no longer need a user name and password (they make up their own), all they need is a code to log on for the first time. If you log on to scholastic it will explain it all and it even has a letter that you can print out that will explain to the parents about online ordering.
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