In the past week we have seen a large increase in the number of school teachers signing up their classes to track Santa for Santa. This is helping to grow the ranks of new tracker elves for this year.

We saw the same thing happen last year. Teachers see the educational benefit of children becoming tracker elves for Santa.

Santa loves it too. He believes that no child is too young to become an elf. A tracker elf job is where many of Santa’s better known elves all got their start. Tracking Santa for Santa is a great way to kick off a long elf career.

Teachers are also great at communicating. We have received a number of questions through school teachers, which will be answered both here and at SantaUpdate.com.

As the recruiting efforts go through the schools and bring a flood each day of new individual sign-ups at night we do encourage all who have friends they can talk to online about coming to SantaTrackers.net to continue to do so. Our single best recruiting tool is referrals. Please tell them to come here and sign up to become an elf.

In the coming days we will be sharing information about what you can do to be ready. We will talk about setting up your home tracking center, how to send in the reports Flight Command needs from you and when to send certain reports.

We are quickly approaching the time where we will need some pre-launch reports for Santa as well.

We’re just waiting on Santa to send us the word of what he wants.

So please check in every day here to see what is new.

Thanks!

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Elf Roger Star
International Director of Santa Trackers at the North Pole Tracking Department
Roger is an experienced sleigh pilot, designer and flight engineer who has worked the past 42 years as a flight supervisor in the Tracking Department at the North Pole. Previous to that Roger served as a designer in the Research and Development Department during the crucial years of 1947-1974, an era known for breakout designs in Santa’s sleigh that broke long standing speed records. Roger was the lead designer of Santa’s 1968 sleigh, famous for surviving a brutal blizzard in Bavaria.
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