Calling Teachers + Students!

You can turn the Mighty Pens into a classroom initiative! Here’s how it works:

  • The classroom signs up for the Mighty Pens on the sign up page, but rather than donate as individuals, they combine funds and donate as a team. (So sponsors will donate in their team’s name!)
  • Each student will get a physical form that they can take around and use to ask for donations from friends and family.
  • If comfortable, teachers can also ask local businesses to sponsor the class room when the class hits team word count goals.
  • To promote students and get them excited about writing, there are badges they can win for hitting their own personal word count goals. These are the same as what individuals win in the Mighty Pens, but these are printable! (They are also editable, in case you do not want to use the same word count goals.)
  • As for fundraising prizes, these will fall to the teacher to provide (or not provide!), but Mighty Pens cofounder, Susan Dennard (Sooz!), can also donate some swag (Truthwitch posters, post cards, Mighty Pens stickers) to the classroom, if desired.
  • If the participating classroom is interested, Susan can join them for a 30 minute Skype chat in November (if they want to ask questions while writing!) or she can chat at some later point — whatever works for the class!
  • Have more questions? Contact Sooz and Kat here!
  • Or ask teacher Jenn Kelly (Jkelly526 @ gmail. com) how she incorporated the Mighty Pens into her classroom — she is also the creator of the forms and printables below!

Calling Teachers + Students!

You can turn the Mighty Pens into a classroom initiative! Here’s how it works:

  • The classroom signs up for the Mighty Pens on the sign up page, but rather than donate as individuals, they combine funds and donate as a team. (So sponsors will donate in their team’s name!)
  • Each student will get a physical form that they can take around and use to ask for donations from friends and family.
  • If comfortable, teachers can also ask local businesses to sponsor the class room when the class hits team word count goals.
  • To promote students and get them excited about writing, there are badges they can win for hitting their own personal word count goals. These are the same as what individuals win in the Mighty Pens, but these are printable! (They are also editable, in case you do not want to use the same word count goals.)
  • As for fundraising prizes, these will fall to the teacher to provide (or not provide!), but Mighty Pens cofounder, Susan Dennard (Sooz!), can also donate some swag (Truthwitch posters, post cards, Mighty Pens stickers) to the classroom, if desired.
  • If the participating classroom is interested, Susan can join them for a 30 minute Skype chat in November (if they want to ask questions while writing!) or she can chat at some later point — whatever works for the class!
  • Have more questions? Contact Sooz and Kat here!
  • Or ask teacher Jenn Kelly (Jkelly526 @ gmail. com) how she incorporated the Mighty Pens into her classroom — she is also the creator of the forms and printables below!