COVID-19/ Coronavirus Advocacy Guide

Our schools are doing incredible work to continue instruction, stay connected to students and families as well as support teachers and staff.  It’s important not to forget that the public and legislators should know how charter schools are continuing to deliver for their students and families during these uncertain times. We encourage you to utilize the following resources to continue your school’s advocacy efforts remotely! 

Connecticut Charter Schools Association Advocacy Guide

Updated: March 30, 2020

  • Update your elected officials on your closure status and plans: Use this link to quickly send emails to your legislators about your school closure plans.  If you would prefer to download a template and send on your own, please click here.
  • Follow your elected officials on social media: You can find your elected officials’ Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram handles here.
  • Share your closure stories with our team: During this crisis, it is especially important to show the public ways in which our students and schools are leading through this crisis, meeting students’ needs, and continuing to spread joy.  We ask that you use this form to send us stories, both big and small.