[cc-lists] Re: List membership updated; archive location

  • From: jillcolleran@xxxxxxxxxxx
  • To: cc-lists@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 23 Sep 2010 09:03:05 -0500 (CDT)

The next meeting is Monday October 18th - 9:30am at Ripley.

Please let me know if you want me to have it included in the agenda.

Thanks
Jill



Sep 22, 2010 09:38:12 PM, cc-lists@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
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>
While this may be a good topic for the PTG Presidents and
>Diana, I would caution to not offer this up for debate to the respective boards
>and communities. I think we all support the idea of electronic communication;
>this is a debate to decide from where the emails/lists will physically be hosted
>and sent. I don't see this as a topic that needs wide input. It IS a topic that
>may need increased support from the District Mgmt, and perhaps we can lobby for
>funds or bandwidth from someone at the District level.
Do you know when the next meeting is scheduled?
Alan Budris
CCHS Admin

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>
Richard - I agree - thank you so much for all your work with this! It is so
> time consuming!
>
>Do you think where to move the list serves should be brought up at a monthly
>meeting that the PTG presidents have with Diana Rigby? We could ask to see if
>Richard as well as Gene could hopefully attend with their concerns and ideas.
>This is the one time when all PTG presidents are together from all elementary
>schools, CMS and CCHS.
Each of the PTG groups could solicit feedback from their boards and communities
>and then come to the meeting with that feedback.

>Having been through the elementary schools and now having one in middle school
>and one at CCHS, I do find for middle school & cchs the daily announcements
>are helpful. It would seem if you only posted them weekly, with all the changes
>that occur, you would be sending many more emails with "one off" changes. However,
>I have heard other opinions. I don't think all will be satisfied either way, but
>at least getting the information to the parents is necessary. Whether they choose
>to read their emails or not at least they have the information.
Let me know if you think the meeting is a good idea and I will ask to have it
>added to the agenda and will let you know when the next one is.

>Thanks,
>
>Jill Colleran
CMS PTG

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>Sep 20, 2010 09:19:42 PM, cc-lists@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
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>>Hi everyone,
>
I've used iContact to send weekly email newsletters for some time. It's
>
>>quite simple to use, and pretty robust. It's inexpensive -- you pay by
> the size
>>of your list, not by the number of messages sent each month, and they
>offer a discount
>>to non-profit orgs.
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http://www.icontact.com/affordable-email-marketing/email-marketing-pricing

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--Anne Mullaney
(Thoreau)
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On Mon, Sep 20, 2010 at 8:32 PM, Richard Wells <raw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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>>Hi
>>all,

>>
I've added a few suggested folks to this list and corrected addresses for
>
>>others.

>>
To catch up on what this is about, you can see the archive of the conversation
>
>>so far here:

>>

>>
Richard
>>
>>--
>>-- Richard A. Wells
>>-- raw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx -- personal
>> -- raw@xxxxxxx -- professional
>>

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