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Steps to Offer Financial Aid for Students in Your Small School

As a small school, you may not have the same financial aid opportunities as larger institutions. However, there are still many ways that you can offer financial aid for your students. By taking a few simple steps, you can ensure… Continue Reading →

How to automate your School’s Permission Slips process

Schools send out a lot of permission slips. They’re required for field trips, class parties, and other events. It can be a hassle for parents to keep track of all the slips and deadlines. Automating the permission slip process can… Continue Reading →

5 time-saving ways to Track School Attendance

It’s no secret that schools struggle to track school attendance. Tracking attendance is a time-consuming process that can take away from instruction time. Additionally, schools are often required to track attendance for state accountability purposes. So, what can be done… Continue Reading →

How to start a successful Rural School

Have you been thinking about starting a rural school? Maybe you have an innovative educational program that you believe could benefit students in rural areas, or perhaps you simply want to make a difference in the lives of children who… Continue Reading →

7 signs you need to re-do your School’s Website Design

Your school’s website is one of your most valuable marketing tools. It’s the first place prospective students, parents, and other community members go to learn about your school. That’s why it’s important to ensure your website is up-to-date and reflects… Continue Reading →

5 best websites to find the perfect School Administration Software

The internet has a lot of information, and it can be overwhelming when trying to find the best school administration software. Having good software in place is important so your school can run smoothly and efficiently. Below are five websites… Continue Reading →

Should you still be using a COVID Screening App for your school?

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many schools to re-evaluate how they operate. One of the changes that have been made is the use of a COVID screening app to help screen students and staff for symptoms of the virus. But… Continue Reading →

8 Instances Where School Mobile Notifications Would Be Ideal

With the ubiquity of mobile devices, it’s no surprise that school districts are increasingly looking into using mobile notifications as a way to communicate with students and parents. While there are some potential drawbacks to consider, there are also many… Continue Reading →

How to Prepare Your Online Gradebook for the New School Year

It’s that time of year again. The new school year is just around the corner, which means it’s time to start thinking about how you will prepare your online grade book. This can be a daunting task, but we’ve got… Continue Reading →

Summer School Administration: A Complete Guide

Summer school is a great way to catch up on credits or get ahead for the next school year. But what does it take to be a summer school administrator or teacher? This comprehensive guide will walk you through everything… Continue Reading →

5 Reasons Why Your School Alumni Should Never Be Forgotten

Your school alumni are your most valuable resource. They are the people who helped build up and have made your school what it is today. When they leave, they take a piece of your school with them, and that’s why… Continue Reading →

Strengthen Your School Community With These 7 School Management Modules

As a school leader, you know that a strong and supportive school community is essential to student success. But what exactly does it mean to have a “strong” school community, and how can school management modules help with that? School… Continue Reading →

How to Start a Waldorf School?

The Waldorf approach to education began in the early 1900s with the work of Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner. Steiner believed that children should be taught in a way that addressed their individual needs and abilities and that education should aim… Continue Reading →

12 Long-Term Goals Every Pre-K-12 Program Should Have

As a pre-K-12 program, you want to set teaching goals and objectives that will help your students succeed not only in school but also in life. But what are the best goals to set? Here is a list of 12… Continue Reading →

How to Address Common Parent Concerns About a Child’s Learning

Starting school can be a big adjustment for both kids and parents. For parents, it can be a time of anxiety and stress as they worry about their child’s ability to keep up with their classmates. They may also have… Continue Reading →

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