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DISTRICT ADMINISTRATOR CENTER

Thank you for supporting and inspiring K-Kids members and advisors as a district administrator! You're an important part of the success of the program in your district. Below you’ll find resources that will help you succeed in your role.

New Kiwanis International sign-in page - Kiwanis Connect
A big change is coming to Kiwanis Connect that will make the sign on process simple, secure and streamlined. Starting August 14, you'll be able to access all your Kiwanis information, reports and special applications in one place. The next time you log into Kiwanis Connect After August 14, you'll be asked to reset your password. Check out these frequently asked questions to learn more. 


District administrator guide:
This guide contains information and suggestions on how to support your district. It includes a calendar, position description, how to run reports and more.

Monthly administrator e-newsletters
The third week of the month, Kiwanis International staff sends an E-newsletter to K-Kids International Administrators, Builders Club International Administrators and the Kiwanis International District Secretaries for North America. In the past this update was sent weekly. View past weekly and monthly emails in this online folder

SLP club reports:
In order to assist Kiwanis International with club renewals and maintaining accurate contact information in our database, K-Kids district administrators can access information about their districts and advisors by downloading reports (exports as an Excel file) in the SLP Reports tab in the Kiwanis online reporting system. Additional important district reports can be found at kiwanis.org/slpreports.

Chartering information:  
A district administrator’s role is to promote K-Kids to potential sponsoring Kiwanis clubs and to support those that take on this commitment. Promote the program to Kiwanis clubs by attending and hosting a booth or workshop at your Kiwanis district convention, mid-year conference and other meetings and conferences as appropriate. Support Kiwanis clubs that choose to sponsor by serving as the primary liaison between the K-Kids club and the Kiwanis district. For more information, review the Ambassadorship responsibilities in the district administrator guide. K-Kids Chartering information is available on the Kiwanis website.

Annual club renewal fee: 
Beginning October 1 the year after the K-Kids club is chartered, the sponsoring Kiwanis club will be billed for an annual renewal fee by Kiwanis International. After following the steps to complete the renewal process, the K-Kids club will receive a kit with resources for members. 

Kiwanis Youth Protection Guidelines:  
There are more than 300,000 members in Kiwanis youth programs. Their care and safety is entrusted to every Kiwanis club member. For Kiwanis to be the premier provider of youth service clubs and programs, we must hold ourselves and fellow members to the highest standards of conduct and awareness. Review the Youth Protection Guidelines and education course by following instructions at kiwanisone.org/youthprotection. Encourage your district's advisors to complete the training each year.

Reimbursements:
K-Kids district administrators are eligible to receive a reimbursement of up to $50 per chartered K-Kids club from Kiwanis International. This reimbursement is intended to support the work of district administrators and to strengthen clubs within the district. You are eligible to receive reimbursement for anything associated with promotion or support of the K-Kids program. To complete a request, submit a copy of all receipts (including a driving directions log of mileage) and complete the reimbursement form following the instructions on the bottom of the form.

Past Annual Service Leadership Programs Conference Resources:

This annual training for new and returning district administrators of all SLP programs (K-Kids, Builders Club, Key Club, Circle K and Aktion Club) will not be taking place in 2019. However, resources from the 2018 conference may be helpful. View presentations and handouts from this event in this online folder.

Private Facebook group for district administrators:
This group is an online place for active district administrators of K-Kids and Builders Club to network, share ideas and ask questions. Request to join if you are an active K-Kids district administrator and haven't already.

Annual contests and awards: 
Clubs and individual members have an opportunity to heighten their leadership experience - while adding more fun to the year by participating in contests. Refer to kkids.org/contests for categories, deadlines and recognition opportunities. 

Monthly advisor e-newsletters:
From August to May, Kiwanis International publishes a monthly e-newsletter for all active K-Kids Kiwanis and faculty advisors. In these emails, an advisor will receive updates, tips, activity ideas, and resources. Administrators also receive a copy.

Follow K-Kids on social media:
Get the latest news and connect with other clubs worldwide on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

SLP education courses for advisors:
To help you strengthen clubs in your district, Kiwanis International has published interactive advisor education courses for advisors to better understand their role, and learn how to further develop the leadership skills of members. Encourage advisors to access these resources by logging into the Kiwanis online reporting system

and selecting the SLP Education tab. There are no limits to the number of times an advisor can review a course. Review the list of courses and course descriptions by visiting kkids.org/advisoreducation. District administrators may also review these courses by logging into the Kiwanis online reporting system and selecting the SLP Education tab.