Reasons Why Great Office Furniture Increases Productivity

June 28, 2016

Picture this: You come back from a long weekend, only to find that your favorite desk and computer chair have been changed. All of a sudden you’re not as productive–is it the furniture? It could be! Studies show that having the right office set up can make or break how productive you are during the… Read More.

Year End Checklist For Teachers

June 7, 2016

Calling all teachers! With the school year coming to an end, we bet you’re scrambling to tie up loose ends with your students and faculty before jetting off on your summer vacations. But with so much to take care of, where do you even start? That’s what we’re here for! Follow this year end checklist… Read More.

Top 3 School Renovation Ideas for Summer

May 19, 2016

For most school districts, summer break is only about a month away. While your students and staff are busy burying their toes in the sand and catching up on their favorite novels this season, why not make the most of the empty building and plan some much-needed renovations. If you’re not sure where to begin,… Read More.

3 Ways to Celebrate National Poetry Month in the Classroom

April 6, 2016

It’s that time of the year once again — the time to set aside some lesson plans to focus on poetry for National Poetry Month! If you’re looking for ways to celebrate poets and their craft in your classroom, we’ve got you covered. Read: There are so many iconic poetry books out there for you… Read More.

5 School Fundraiser Ideas For Success

March 31, 2016

Forget those tired old bake sales and car wash fundraisers! While they may be tried and true, there are plenty more ways to help your school raise money, all while allowing your students and their families to have a little fun. Trivia Night – Your brainy guests will have to pay to play, but it’s… Read More.

Make Your Next School Event a Success

March 22, 2016

Spring is finally here, which presents the perfect opportunity to host some interactive outdoor events for your students and their families to enjoy. From year-end picnics and warm-weather carnivals, to field days, outdoor movie nights, and more, the opportunities to incorporate a little fun into your school sanctioned events are nearly endless. That being said,… Read More.

3 Benefits of Having a Custom Scoreboard

March 17, 2016

For many schools throughout the tri-state area, Spring sports season is already underway. As your teams begin hitting practice and preparing for the big games ahead, you should too by considering purchasing a brand new scoreboard to kick off the season the right way. Besides offering support to your hard working athletes, a customized scoreboard… Read More.

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss & Happy Read Across America Day!

March 2, 2016

Today marks a special day in history — the birth of the ever-so enthralling writer, poet and cartoonist, Dr. Seuss! Known to his friends and family as Theodor Seuss Geisel, this renowned children’s author published a total of 46 children’s books in the 87 years he was alive. To celebrate the impact that Dr. Seuss… Read More.

Switch Up Your Classroom Seating Chart

February 29, 2016

With just about four months to go this school year, it’s not uncommon for your class to become a bit rambunctious. After all, they’re almost in the home stretch! So, why not take their cues and use this time to switch up your classroom seating with a few of the suggestions below for a fresh… Read More.

Lack of Internet Access Creates an Educational Speed Bump

February 23, 2016

While most schools have adapted their curriculum and resource funding to help keep up with the latest technology trends, the availability of such resources at home is not always there. A recent article published by Education World asserts that studies done by “the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop and Rutgers University [indicate] that… Read More.