1. For Your Parent or Booster Group
Create a Facebook committee; ask volunteers to set up a Facebook page for your group and keep it fresh with upcoming programs, meeting notices, photo albums from events, etc. (make sure your board keeps a record of all passwords and links, you never know when your volunteer might need to stop helping or moves on and want to have all that info for the next person)
2. For Room Parents
Encourage room parent coordinators to use Facebook to help keep classroom parents up to date about class activities and needs.
3. For General Meetings
Attendance down? Consider hosting a “virtual” Parent or Booster meeting on Facebook. Create tabs on the page for the agenda, budget, and minutes.
4. For the Executive Board
Use an Internet phone service like Skype to hold an online videoconferencing call with your fellow board members.
5. For Reminders
Send quick updates and reminders to parents with Twitter. Use it for fundraiser product pickups, signup form deadlines, countdowns for big events, etc.
6. For Fun
Post a “photo of the week” on your blog, Facebook page, or Twitter feed; include a caption that shares info about what is shown, or ask families to suggest funny captions of their own.