CAM Team volunteering at the FedEx Family House
College Education

Volunteering at the FedEx Family House

by Letasha Crockett, Customer Account Manager   The FedEx Family House is a place that is near and dear to the hearts of us in the School Planner Company Customer Account Manager team, or “CAM-ily” as we call it. Whether []

FREE RESOURCES FOR DISTANCE LEARNING
Virtual Learning

Top 12 Resources for Distance Learning

For educators who suddenly find themselves required to be masters of distance learning, you’re not alone! Our unexpected “Class of Covid-19” students are also feeling this sudden shift from in-person guidance to online instruction. With the ever-changing landscape of this []

Minimizing the COVID-19 Slide
Elementary Education

Minimizing the COVID-19 Slide

Stores have closed their doors, flights have ground to a halt, and people have hunkered down at home. History will remember 2020 as the year the world shut down. By March 16, nearly 30 million American school children were at []

Guides

5 Unexpected Ways to Customize Student Planners

Resources that are relevant, and personalized to students’ needs, can help increase engagement and improve academic achievement. Cover to cover – our school planners are 100% customizable. This means you have the freedom to create a resource designed specifically for []

How-To-Enhance-Your-School-Planner
Guides

How to Enhance Your School Planner

Add even more value to your student and teacher planner with enhancements. Enhancements are useful additions to your planner, for example, clear wallets to keep loose documents safe and in one place, and whiteboards to take temporary notes and show []

Elementary Education

How to Create an Effective Elementary School Planner

Elementary school is a key period for students to practice and strengthen self-regulation skills. By teaching students to take personal initiative in planning, organizing, setting goals, and managing their time and workload, they will develop a sense of responsibility and []

Leadership

5 Things Effective School Leaders Do Over Summer Break

Even when students are gone for the summer, education professionals still have much work that needs to be done. With some simple planning, the upcoming year can be less stressful and more organized than ever.  Here are five ways effective []

These holiday gifts for teachers are guaranteed to spread joy
Holiday

8 Practical Holiday Gifts Every Teacher will Treasure

Written by Jackie Cali Hunt, Account Executive Manager This time of year, teachers revel in receiving gifts from students, parents, significant others, or school leadership. It’s actually never a bad time to buy a teacher a gift, but this time []

Check out our free infographic about the top barriers to student success
Leadership

[Infographic] The Top 10 Barriers to Student Success

We surveyed educators from Pre-K to Higher Education and asked them what they consider to be the biggest barrier to student success. Answers varied, but we took the most popular ones and created an infographic for you to share with []

National Bullying Prevention Month is a great way to bring students from across the school community
Leadership

Participate in National Bullying Prevention Month

There’s no doubt that bullying is a problem that affects a huge range of people. Studies show that at least 28 percent of U.S. students in grades 6 to 12 experience bullying, and that 99 percent of students in grades 6 []

Use these time management techniques for your students
College Education

Time Management Techniques for Students

Students benefit significantly when they manage their time wisely as it teaches them responsibility and can enhance their academic performance. But often students need guidance to make the most of their time. The great news is that there are several ways []