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Calling All 5th-8th Grade Gentlemen:

No surprise here–more young ladies have signed up for Junior Cotillion than young men.  To achieve the best teaching situation, we need an equal male/female ratio.

Can you help recruit more boys?

Consider your children’s friends.  Sometimes “safety in numbers” helps young men feel more comfortable.  After the first class, they realize all is well and that they actually enjoy it.  Also consider the sons of co-workers, friends, church or social organizations.

 

How To Lure The Boy’s Parents:

You already understand the value of teaching your child social skills and manners in public, but what parents could ignore this testimony?

“This summer, I had the opportunity to travel as a US Ambassador to Canada…Most of the other teen ambassadors at my table were very confused as to what silverware to use, [etc.].  I felt so prepared… I emailed Mrs. Vega the next day to tell her how much her classes helped me!  Jake L.

Pretty neat!  Please feel free to pass along this post as a link to perspective parents, along with the registration link

How To Lure In The Boys:

Of course, you may have to be a bit sneaky!  Tell them that this is their chance to make friends with GIRLS their age…

Better yet, they will have a socialization expert coaching them through the art of conversation, giving compliments, telephone courtesy and even sports etiquette. Not only that—they will eat a five course meal and learn to dance (with girls).  It’s their own personal course on How to Impress the Ladies!  That’ll get ‘em.

Oh, and also have them watch this Youtube video of other boys talking about their experience.

Please don’t hesitate to email or call if you have questions.

Thanks!!!

1 Comment

  1. Audra Brown says:

    Hey Carey!

    So glad you posted this today because I need to enroll my son Britt for class. He is 12 and going into the 6th grade. We will try to recruit one of his friends, too. What do we need to do and how do we find out info.?

    Thanks-Audra 🙂

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