Do you long to share the game of chess with your pupils but hesitate because of your work load? Parents always want their students to have the opportunity to learn the game, but it takes a teacher's willing heart to give them that chance. We are here to give you all the support you need and at no charge to you!
With you principal's approval, pick a time and place for club students to meet that's best for you. Your classroom may be best if there are flat playing surfaces and a place to store sets. Buy a couple of cheap sets from Walmart and display them to attract interest. Contact us and we'll suggest the best way to start and keep your club running with minimal work for you.
One way to raise money for chess sets, clocks, or tournament entry fees is to have a “Beat the Mayor” challenge. You arrange a pot luck meal and invite the mayor and city officials to come play your students and eat with you after wards. Reporters covering the event give your school great PR. Contact us for more details.
If you are a teacher or coach who needs help learning how to play chess so you can grow with your students, we invite you to play a game(s) online with us so we can offer suggestions for your improvement. We, also, offer phone/text/email support at no charge. Use our contact form to indicate how we can help you and how you wish us to contact you.
This offer is only for teachers and coaches needing beginning/intermediate help. We will not add your contact information to our mailing list unless you fill out a league registration form.