Involve other subject areas. Art classes can make posters; history classes can study female athletes; English students can write compositions or short plays; and journalism students can interview female athletes.
Construct a Wall of Honor with sports photos and memorabilia from days gone by.
Devote a portion of physical education classes to women's involvement in sports and recreational activities during the week of January 30. Create bulletin board displays and assign research projects. Coordinate with the school librarian.
Visit local at-risk youth organizations and encourage participants to become involved in sports. Plan a field day for them on February 1.
Write to your U.S. representatives and state senators. Ask them to keep supporting girls and women in sports and Title IX.
Hold a local photography or drawing contest.
Get a sample resolution for NGWSD for your governor or mayor to sign here.
Seek funding for bumper stickers, buttons, or ribbons with a message about continuing the battle for gender equity in sports.
Host a special athletic event like a 5K walk or a 10K run. Invite recognized female athletes. Ask your local parks and recreation department to help sponsor the event.
Plan a series of educational forums for legislators, school administrators, community workers, and parents. Use "hot topics' like Title IX and gender equity to increase media coverage and support.