two or three “definite” activities and a list of potential additional
activities to be included in the program.
a committee, whose task it is to set up a tentative program of activities,
including goals, ways and means to complete the activities.
the committee report its findings to the membership, and make final
decisions on each activity.
the program of activities with relevant school administrators and faculty.
adopt the program of activities, appoint permanent committees responsible
for designated tasks, and have the committees initiate work on these
the calendar of activities for all to see and use.
chapter has different situations, problems, and experiences in its chapter
that will determine the kinds of activities that they will want to
accomplish. Therefore, there is no one ‘ideal’ or ‘master’ list of
activities for all programs. However, TSA chapters can gain ideas from
other chapters, adapting them to meet their needs. The suggested
activities below may be helpful to a chapter in planning its program and
calendar of activities.