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Young teacher making booster club

Discussion in 'US – Staffroom' started by dovejohn80, Jan 30, 2019.

  1. dovejohn80

    dovejohn80 New commenter

    Hey there,
    I recently became a teacher and want to find a fun way to connect to my students, which I share the same hobbies with. I was thinking of making a booster club. I have grown up in Europe, so I have never been in a booster club myself, as it isn’t a thing there. I was wondering: Is it weird for teachers to run booster clubs? Do I run the risk of no one joining?
     

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