The North Pole will be reaching out to teachers this year in an effort to boost recruiting for new elves. Santa announced last week the unprecedented goal of 200 million tracker elves before he takes flight this Christmas. The outreach is part of new efforts to recruit more elves.
“We need elves of all ages,” said Elf Roger Star, International Director of Santa Trackers. “We have millions of children already serving in these roles. We know they want to be elves. We know we want to have them as tracker elves. It’s a dream fit, good for them and good for us.”
While teachers have reached out to the North Pole on their own for years this is the first time the North Pole will be reaching out to them. Here is Santa’s plan:
- Several new elves will be added to the Department of Elf Resources team to work with teachers and schools
- Teachers will be able to share their thoughts about how Santa tracking can aid in student development plans
- Santa Tracking is a fabulous way to learn geography, language, culture and even mathematics
- While tracker elves are the goal, we have several other elf jobs available that can build skills such as news writers, podcasters, recruiters and others
- Tracking Santa for Santa gives students valuable real world experience as they help others
- SantaUpdate.com can help with special classroom requirements and lesson plans customized with the teachers for the needs of students
If you are a teacher interested in learning more or adapting our current methods for your class room, we encourage you to contact us.