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  1. 1. New North High Booster Club<br />Overview<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  2. 2. Key Immediate Changes<br />New Formal Organization<br />North Husky Football Inc.<br />Tax Exempt Status <br />New Accounts<br />Independent Address<br />New Structure and By-laws<br />Modeled after Coppell TX and Jenks OK booster programs<br />Designed to make the president accountable<br />20 Office positions to ensure sustainability<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  3. 3. Key Changes<br />New Website:<br /><br />All player and parent information collected online<br />Article driven with archiving so players can come back years later and read information about them <br />Everyone can submit their own articles, pictures and news<br />Text Message Service for coaches and players and boosters<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  4. 4. Case Study<br />Hoover High School<br />What Makes You Successful:<br />Break the 80/20 Rule (20% of all parents do all the work)<br />Involve the Parents as much as possible<br />Player, Coach & Mom’s Breakfasts<br />Dad and Coaches Joint Game Film Reviews<br />Ensure the School Wants to be the best<br />Provide the best equipment and facilities you can afford<br />Get the students involved!<br />Benchmarking – Who are the Elite Public Schools?<br />Hoover High School, Birmingham AL<br /><ul><li> 6A, 2,500 Students 9-12th
  5. 5. 6 State Titles since 2000
  6. 6. Booster Club Budget, $285,000</li></ul>West Monroe High, West Monroe LA<br /><ul><li> 5A, 2,400 Students 9-12th
  7. 7. 7 State Titles, 16 District Titles
  8. 8. Booster Club Budget, $238,000</li></ul>Jenks High School, Jenks Oklahoma<br /><ul><li> 5A, 2,400 Students 10-12th
  9. 9. 16 Straight Semi State Titles, 6 State Titles
  10. 10. Booster Club Budget: $218,000</li></ul>North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  11. 11. Where to we stand?<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  12. 12. How do we become Elite?<br />Create Excitement in the program<br />Make the Students, Parents, Players proud to part of the program<br />Make North Football Games the place to be on Friday Nights be on Friday Nights<br />Game Day Events – Provide Entertainment<br />Pep Rallies for students and parents<br />Tailgating, Kids Activities<br />High Energy Announcing and Game Introductions with fireworks<br />Great food from the concessions<br />Themed Game Nights<br />Sponsored Nights by Corps<br />Free Hot Dog Night <br />Halftime entertainment<br />Become Know for Something<br />22Ft Tall Husky Tunnel<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
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  15. 15. How do we become Elite?<br />Provide our Coaching staff the best training and opportunities<br />Have a great student section and half time show<br />Provide more opportunity for the parents and general public to get involved<br />Eliminate the reasons people don’t want to support <br />Too much work for one person<br />They don’t see it helping their son<br />Develop a feeder system to drive interest in Husky Football at a young age<br />Starting 7th in 2011<br />5th and 6th in 2012<br />3rd and 4th in 2013<br />Make everyone in the school and community proud of our Football Program <br />Gain Regional and National exposure for the Football program<br />Embrace new technology and be innovative in how we operate, coach, learn and communicate<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  16. 16. Our Plan<br />All the Appointed Positions have full voting rights and are part of the board of directors.<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  17. 17. Open Positions<br />Game Program Sales Director: <br />Responsible for the overall Game Program, including ad sales, design, layout and printing<br />Responsible for some solicitation of advertising from businesses and individuals <br />Coordinates the delivery of ads in acceptable format to the design / layout and/or printing company(s) <br />Coordinates business relationship with the design, layout and printing company(s) for the production and delivery of the Game Programs <br />Class Vice Presidents<br />Preside over the class and is the class voice on the Board of Directors<br />Ensure Booster activities are being communicated and carried out by the class players and parents<br />Lead the coordination of specific class events and communicates class parent concerns to the board<br />Class VP’s can move up with the class<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  18. 18. Open Positions<br />Communications Director: <br />Helps coordinate the dissemination of Booster Club information to various constituencies. <br /> - Other School Booster Clubs<br /> - School faculty, Key Members of<br /> the community etc.<br />Will help write and proof all internal and external communication materials, game program articles, halftime game announcements etc. <br />Membership Director: <br />Objective: Promote the organization to past, current and prospective members to encourage maximum participation<br /> Plans and coordinates membership drive activities <br />Maintains and ongoing list of active members<br />Recommends the various membership levels, related dues, membership benefits and gift items<br />Coordinates ordering and design of the annual membership cards<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  19. 19. Open Positions<br />Banquet Director: <br />Oversees all aspects of the 2 Banquets:<br /> - 7th and 8th Grade<br /> - High School (9-12th)<br />Game Night Director <br />Responsible for the overall coordination of the Booster Club activities that occur that day<br />- Tailgate activities in member’s area <br /> - Set up & tear down of inflatable Husky<br />Help coordination of special events, Senior Night, Homecoming, etc<br />Coordinate pre-game show <br />player and coach introduction, music, fireworks<br />Meals Director: <br /> Responsible for the overall coordination of pre game meals provided to coaches and players (all teams 7-Varsity)<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  20. 20. Open Positions<br />Concessions Director: <br />Develop annual operations plan <br />Signage, menu, products list with profit margins etc<br /> Responsible for staffing plan, hours of operation and overall performance<br />Coordinate with other booster programs for staffing options and revenue share as needed<br />Key Points:<br />Varsity Games are still under discussion<br />Menu will have to be “Field Friendly” <br />Good Food, Good Service will be our focus<br />Making it easy and fun to work, not miss your sons game!<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  21. 21. Open Positions<br />Standing Committees will support<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  22. 22. Budget<br />Goal is to fund everything 100%<br />Higher participation if we provide all the funds needed <br />Minimize door to door fundraising and focus on sponsors and indirect fundraising<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  23. 23. Budget<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  24. 24. Budget<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  25. 25. Budget<br />Almost Average…<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
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  27. 27. Advertising SalesMake it Easy<br />Make it clear for business to choose what they want<br />Rack Card brochure with all the options<br />Options and packages listed on the website<br />Easy to sell single items or packages<br />Flexibility to make deals<br />Example: <br />Info on the front and packages on the back<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  28. 28. MembershipsCollaborative Effort Concept<br />Who will sell them?<br />Football, Band &Cheerleaders<br />Profit Share equal between the groups<br />Why?<br />These groups are stakeholders in the football team’s successes<br />Card carrying members feel part of the program<br />We all want everyone to be part of the new North Excitement<br />10-15% of the budgets from benchmarked schools<br />Multiple Levels <br />Base Student Membership<br />$5 for card and sticker<br />Green, White, Black<br />Price structure based on what they get: $100,150 & $200?<br />Free shirts, access to VIP area, Tailgating area, VIP Parking etc.<br />Part of the “Engagement Plan”<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  29. 29. Schnucks eScrip Card<br />Swipe your card at check-out<br />We make 1-3% of what you spend<br />Year round income<br />You can split your money between multiple clubs<br />Last year we made $300 with only 6 people enrolled!<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  30. 30. Discount Cards<br />We secure our own discounts <br /> allowing more small local business participation<br />We design our own cards<br />We make a lot more money!<br />We can help other programs<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  31. 31. Future Meetings<br />The Executive Board will meet at least monthly during the school year and more frequently during the summer <br />Executive Board meetings are closed to the general membership <br />General membership/Parent meetings will be held periodically<br />First one is scheduled in March<br />Second one is scheduled for early August<br />General Membership/Parent meeting will be to share information on the football program and keep them informed<br />Booster Club Members will present key topics<br />Coaches will present key change points<br />All meeting information will be available on the website<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
  32. 32. Future Meetings<br />The Executive Board will the first Wednesday of each Month.<br />North High School Football Booster Club<br />
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