Social Media Tools


Social Media Graphics

Facebook Cover Photo

AAM_BannerGrad_2016Download this Attendance Awareness Month Cover Photo to display on your Facebook Page to help spread the word about Attendance Awareness Month and show your participation.

Social Media Memes

Share these images on Facebook now:

good-attendanceasthma
AAM_Memes2015-habit-formingAAM_Memes2015-absenteeism 

2016_AAM-know-someone-cares2016_AAM-Meme_chronic-absence

2016_AAM-Meme_mentor

Download graphics to share on your Twitter Feed, Instagram or Pinterest page:
  1. Click the link to download the zipped folder
  2. Unzip the zipped folder by double clicking (if your computer does not automatically do it)
  3. Save the files to your desktop or in whichever location you choose
  4. On your Facebook page or Twitter feed, where you would write a status, click the camera icon
  5. When prompted, find and select the  graphic you want to post

 

Sample Posts

Below are some sample tweets and Facebook posts you can use to promote Attendance Awareness Month.

Twitter

good_habitWe’re getting ready for Attendance Awareness Month. How about you? bit.ly/1oqfID7 #schooleveryday [TWEET THIS NOW]

Attendance Awareness Month comes in September. Planning starts now: bit.ly/1oqfID7 #schooleveryday [TWEET THIS NOW]

We’re building good attendance habits in our schools. How about you? bit.ly/1oqfID7 #schooleveryday [TWEET THIS NOW]

 asthmaSometimes good attendance is simply a matter of good health: bit.ly/1oqfID7 #schooleveryday [TWEET THIS NOW]

Addressing childhood asthma can help improve attendance & achievement: bit.ly/1oqfID7 #schooleveryday [TWEET THIS NOW]

AAM_Memes2015-habit-formingGood attendance in preK & K builds academic & social skills for the future: bit.ly/1oqfID7 #schooleveryday [TWEET THIS NOW]

Kids who miss too much school in PreK & K are less likely to be @readingby3rd: bit.ly/1oqfID7 #schooleveryday [TWEET THIS NOW]

AAM_Memes2015-absenteeismIf we’re going to reduce the dropout rate, we need to reduce absenteeism: bit.ly/1oqfID7 #schooleveryday [TWEET THIS NOW]

3/4ths of students who are chronically absent in 6th grade will dropout of high school: bit.ly/1oqfID7 #schooleveryday [TWEET THIS NOW]

A student who is chronically absent in high school is 7.4X more likely to dropout: bit.ly/1oqfID7 #schooleveryday [TWEET THIS NOW]

 

 

 

2016_AAM-know-someone-cares7.5 million students miss 10% of school year nationwide. That’s 135 million days total. bit.ly/1oqfID7 #SchoolEveryDay [TWEET THIS]

For poor kids, chronic absence in kindergarten = lower academic achievement through 5th grade. bit.ly/1oqfID7 #SchoolEveryDay [TWEET THIS]

 

 

 

 

 

2016_AAM-Meme_chronic-absence

Chronic absence affects all kids, not just the absent ones. Learn how to get kids in #SchoolEveryDay here: bit.ly/1oqfID7 [TWEET THIS]

Let’s help students build a habit of good attendance early & often: bit.ly/1oqfID7 #schooleveryday [TWEET THIS NOW]

 

2016_AAM-Meme_mentor

Quality mentoring can be leveraged as a strategy to improve attendance & academic achievement bit.ly/1oqfID7 #schooleveryday

Students who meet with a #mentor regularly make better choices in school & life bit.ly/1oqfID7 #schooleveryday

A quality #mentoring program strengthens school-wide strategies to boost attendance in #schooleveryday Be a mentor! bit.ly/1VKK81p

Students who meet regularly with their mentors are 37% less likely than their peers to skip a class bit.ly/1oqfID7 #schooleveryday 

 

 

Facebook

  • Attendance Awareness Month is September, but the campaign to end chronic absence starts now! It’s a bigger problem than you probably think. Learn more about chronic absence and join the Attendance Awareness Campaign today! http://bit.ly/1oqfID7
  • Addressing chronic absence is a key component of improving graduation rates, increasing academic achievement and giving young people the best chance at success in their adult life. Join the Attendance Awareness Campaign and make a difference for your community: http://bit.ly/1oqfID7
  • Improving attendance and reducing chronic absence is not rocket science, but it does take commitment, collaboration and tailored approaches to the particular strengths and challenges of each school or community. Across the nation, schools, communities and advocates have successfully taken steps to ensure children are attending school more regularly. http://bit.ly/1oqfID7
  • Volunteer mentors in a quality program can reach at-risk students and inspire their interest in education and attending school regularly. Studies have shown that students who meet regularly with their mentors are 52% less likely than their peers to skip a day of school. Help one child feel special while also having a positive effect on the learning environment in an entire classroom. http://bit.ly/1oqfID7

 

Download more tweets and Facebook posts here.