I am creating a website for a public school project. The public school has an after school program for young girls to get them interested in science and technical careers through art. The website is consisting of:
a main site
17 sub sites for each "club"
a sub site for each girl in each club (approximately 12 girls in each club)
They needed a CMS for the entire site and blogging ability.
I chose to use WordPress 3.0 for this. It's going pretty well.
Here is the issue:
They have asked me to meet face to face with them twice so far and have now asked for another meeting. That's fairly standard and not really a problem. But, they have now asked me to attend one of the "camps" for the girls later this month and introduce the site, speak with the girls about being a web designer, and teach them how to use the site. They have also asked me to attend two sessions with the "coaches" (of the club sites), one on a Friday and one on a Saturday to introduce the site to them and teach them how to use it.
Before you ask, I did quote this job with a written proposal (which they accepted) and this proposal said nothing about meetings, tutoring, or "introducing" the site to anyone.
I'm a designer, not a teacher. I am willing to possibly do this, but I feel I should be paid extra for my time. My design business is just me and I have many other projects that I am working on. Taking days away from my work is going to slow down my other projects.
How would you all handle this?
Here is a link to the site, if you are interested. I welcome any and all feedback. http://www.art2stem.org/home