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.

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.

Use The Super Bowl As a Teaching Tool

January 29, 2016

Super Bowl Sunday is about a week way, which means there’s plenty of time for you to incorporate some fun, football related activities into your lesson plans for next week. After all, with all the buzz about the big game that will be floating around the classroom, the best way to catch and keep your… Read More.

Why Now is The Best Time to Plan School Renovations

January 27, 2016

For most schools, large renovation projects are usually carried out during the summer months when students and faculty are on vacation. This makes it easier for work to be completed more quickly and efficiently, as the school does not have to worry about maintaining building functionality during construction. So, now that you know when your… Read More.

Quick Fixes for a Wobbly Desk

January 19, 2016

There’s nothing worse for students and teachers alike than trying to take notes and pay attention while your desk is wobbling way. A teetering table can be caused by a few different factors, but either way it’s definitely a huge distraction that can hinder a student’s ability to focus and learn. If some of your… Read More.

Expand Your Classroom Library for the New Year

January 11, 2016

New year, new novels! Turn the page on last year’s lineup and get ready to restock your shelves with some new and exciting titles. Here’s a list of some great new classroom books that are soon to be hot off the press: The Knowing Book by Rebecca Kai Dotlich – This book is great for… Read More.

Kick off the New Year with New School Furniture!

December 24, 2015

Safe and reliable classroom furniture is a necessity for students of all grade levels alike. From kindergarten all the way up through college, your students deserve only the best classroom seating and storage solutions to help them learn and grow to the best of their ability in an academic setting. The quality and stability of… Read More.

Top 5 Items For Your School Furniture Wishlist

December 22, 2015

We’re in the home stretch and holiday break is only a few days away. While your students are all busy writing out and sending off their wishlist to santa this week, you should take the time to create a wishlist of your own! Surprise your students with a late holiday gift when they return from… Read More.

The Benefits of Technology-Ready Furniture

December 4, 2015

When it comes to incorporating technology in the classroom, choosing computer-specific furniture is key, and here’s why: Sleek appearance. Say goodbye to that unsightly tangled knot of wires taking up valuable work space. With technology-ready furniture, all of your plugs and wires will be streamlined and redirected out of sight. Made for comfort. Unlike standard… Read More.

Treat Your School to New Furniture for the Holidays

November 23, 2015

The holiday season is upon us which presents the perfect time to give your school the mid-year upgrade it deserves. Check all of your students, faculty and administrators off your shopping list with one simple gift — the gift of new, comfortable and flexible furniture options. Here are some of the top renovation and replacement… Read More.