A Brief Guide for Chapters
Brief Guide for Chapters
(Complete Chapter Manual for Secretaries and Presidents follows)
Secretary. The President may be either a student or a
faculty member. The Secretary must be a faculty member and, for
the sake of continuity, the Secretary should be a person who is
likely to be at the school for a considerable period of time.
PLEASE NOTIFY THE CENTRAL OFFICE IMMEDIATELY OF ANY
CHANGE IN OFFICERS,
to date needed);
3. Register Inductees
using the "Induction Registration Form";
Mailings from CLS during the year.
(All mailings are sent to the Chapter Secretary)
have requested it be sent in the spring, but it is not due until
September, and is for the year that follows.
for the year that is concluding. Lists officers for next year, and
other data. Due July 1st annually;
timing of this responsibility. Sent one and two years ahead of
their 'due date'.
certificates and seals). Please order at least three weeks prior
to date needed;
Form. Required of schools every year to complete the
this program that recognizes superior scholarship. Copy sent to
Head of School/Principal as well.
schools): April 1st mailing regarding Ten Year Reports,
with forms to fill out. Sent only to schools that have Ten-Year
Reports due the coming fall. (A copy of this mailing is sent to
the head of School/Principal as well - in March.)
three-year supply is sent (gratis) to all chapters in the fall
every three years (2008, 2011, etc.). We ask Chapters to store and
distribute these to inductees only. We base each school's
allocation on reported induction numbers, and cannot supply
extras. Chapters must register their inductees to receive
The Society provides a Handbook of Information to the Chapter
President and the Chapter Secretary, sending a revised version every
three years (Schedule: 2008, 2011, etc.). Additional Handbooks may be
ordered if necessary, although the supply is limited.