Preparation Tips to Help You Ace Parent-Teacher Conferences

October 30, 2015

The majority of schools, especially those in the tri-state area, schedule their first parent-teacher conferences of the year during late fall. This ensures that each teacher has had enough time to thoroughly evaluate each of their students so they can accurately reflect on their progress since the school year began. In addition, having these conferences… Read More.

Use Up Leftover Candy Corn With a Science Experiment!

October 29, 2015

Halloween is this weekend, which means now is the perfect time to stock up on discounted candy corn! While these super sweet, sugary treats usually pale in comparison to most other halloween candy elites, their composition makes them the perfect addition to a post-halloweekend science lesson. While you’re lesson planning for the following week, think… Read More.

Have You Scheduled Your Seasonal School Maintenance?

October 22, 2015

While it seems like the school year has only just begun, the truth is the holiday season is really right around the corner. Now that the school year has started and you’ve had a chance to take a look around with fresh eyes after summer vacation, you may have noticed that some of your school… Read More.

Get in the Halloween Spirit with Pumpkin Predictions!

October 20, 2015

Next Saturday is Halloween, so we’re sure you’re busy planning a ton of great holiday activities for the week. Since pumpkins are arguably the most identifiable staple of the holiday, next to candy of course, it’s only right that you try to incorporate as many pumpkin centered educational activities into your lesson plans as possible…. Read More.

3 Spaces to Consider Upgrading For Class Reunion Month

October 15, 2015

A class reunion is a special celebration of togetherness and nostalgia that’s often best appreciated right where it all began – back at school! October is class reunion month, and while you may not have any reunions schedule yet, do you feel that your school has adequate space to host one in the future? If… Read More.

Celebrate National School Lunch Week!

October 13, 2015

Way back when President John F. Kennedy was in office in 1962 our nation’s leader decided it would be beneficial to devote one entire week each year to the celebration of the ever-so-important school lunch program. Every year since, school cafeterias nationwide have celebrated this wonderful week with lunchroom decorations, school events and even special… Read More.

Classroom-Friendly Pumpkin Crafts

October 9, 2015

‘Tis the season for picking pumpkins and carving jack-o-lanterns, so why not bring these festive activities to the classroom? While carving out a pumpkin may seem like a dangerous endeavor, rest assured that there are plenty of classroom-friendly alternatives to help your students create a Halloween jack-o-lantern worthy of any front stoop! That being said, here are… Read More.

Service Spotlight: Locker Maintenance

October 7, 2015

A solid set of lockers is the backbone of any educational building. Without a properly functioning and secure locker system in the hallways, locker rooms, and necessary classrooms, the opportunity for students to get the most out of their educational experience is limited. As you walk through the halls this fall, take special care to… Read More.