Centres receive a lot of correspondence from the association, the Ministry of Education, professional development providers, and others. It is important that the correspondence received gets to whoever needs to know the information. It should be available also at the meeting for other members to read if they have any questions for discussion about it.
Flyers advertising courses of interest to all centre members could be placed on a notice board or in a filing tray or folder for them to view. Once out of date they should be discarded.
You will receive correspondence from the association fortnightly and regular email correspondence to the centre email address. This information may include important correspondence such as the timetable for training events, messages for office holders at your centre or important information for all centre families. Ensure that you have effective systems to circulate this information to all your members and families in a timely fashion.
Posted: Monday 4 January 2016