Recently Stephanie and I presented at TEPSA a step by step action plan on how to plan Morale Magic throughout the 2019-2020 school year.  The Trello board was recently shared on how to map out ideas month by month, giving leaders either district or campus level a jump start on their ideas.  What does Trello look like you may ask?  [Check out the photo below] 

This board can be best described as a 'Pinterest' like board but is month by month that allows photo attachments, links, comments, adding of other collaborators and much more!  You can use the link to our Trello board created for the 2019-2020 school year or create your own with your campus/district committee for all members to contribute to during planning back school activities for the year. 

Currently, we have approximately 865 users that have accessed our board so feel free to add to this board and share with other administrators you may know!  


One common question I have been asked multiple times since our presentation is: Can Trello merge with Google Calendar?  

The answer my friends is YES, YES, YES! Many know I am an avid Google user with well basically, everything I do; therefore, making it a necessity to have everything merge with Google.  Below I will share the fast merging process to your personal Google Calendar.  The purpose of merging Trello with Google Calendar would be to keep all ideas and suggestions on the forefront of your day to day interactions each month.


Step 1: Open up the Trello Board and your Google Calendar you want to merge together.

Step 2: Active "Power Ups" if not already activated (should be for this board)
Step 3: Click the three dots in the right corner of the board that says ... Show Menu

Step 4: Click "Calendar." (Make sure Power Ups are enabled) 

Step 5: Click Edit Power Ups Settings (the iCalendar feed will load a link in the box to copy into     
             Google Calendar) 

Step 6: Copy the iCalendar Feed.

Step 7: Click on your Google Calendar tab you have open to sync with Trello.

Step 8: Click on the + sign by Other Calendars on the Left. 

Step 9: Click "From URL."
Step 10: Paste the Trello URL into the Google Calendar box and click ADD CALENDAR.


To create consistency in your calendar since so many have access it is recommended to put a due date on the item or activity as the fist of the month.  Taking this action will make it appear on the Google Calendar as a reminder for the month as a 'to do."  If the task or activity does not have a due date, it will not show up on the calendar. 

I hope this helps as you plan out your year and continues to give you reminders as to what other leaders may be doing each month with their staff for continued motivation all year long! 

Happy Planning!


  1. Hi Christine,
    The link to the Trello doesn't seem to be active any more. Do you mind sharing it again? Looking forward to learning about this effective tool.