a. Introductions and icebreakers.
i. Introduce officers.
ii. Introduce advisor.
b. Introduce guests — include an icebreaker.
2. Old business
a. Review ideas shared at last meeting about anti-bullying projects for our school.
b. Share ideas from what members read at home about a school project on anti-bullying and the Builders Club Culture of Care Conversation.
c. Decide as a group what project to work on for your school. This can be a combination of online announcements and in-person activities, depending upon your school’s present mode of instruction.
d. Establish a working group to develop and lead the project.
3. New business
b. Hunger/Food insecurity — This has been a continuing problem in most communities and has been aggravated by the dislocations of the coronavirus. Watch the chosen video(s) as an introduction to this project.
c. What observations did you make from viewing the video(s)? What is the difference between hunger and food insecurity? What have club members observed in our community?
d. Listen to a report from club members who checked with our local food bank to see what is needed in our community. (If a representative of the food bank can join the meeting virtually, this will be a great addition to the discussion.)
e. Discuss what options there are for a club project to address this community need. Refer to the project list and input from the community.
f. Set up committee to plan the club project and set a timeline for activities.
4. September service options
a. Review committee assignments for anti-bullying school project.
b. Review plans for hunger project — ask all club members to research the community needs and report back at the next meeting.
a. Thank everyone, especially the guests, for their participation.
b. Give details about next meeting.
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