A recent article from Education Week explains that parents consider a school’s website when choosing the proper schools for their child. A school’s website design can affect the school’s reputation before the potential parents and students make it through their first tour. If you were to look at your current website, is it a tool to bring new students in? If not, you want to create a stunning website. Doing this brings both parents and students to your school. It will also t keep you as the only selection in your district.
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The new year means a time to reflect on what was done and what could be improved. At SchoolPointe, we are more than excited to see what 2019 brings. We are so proud of what we’ve done in this year and have listened to what can be improved in the months to come.
While many schools have social media accounts, it can be difficult to know if you’re taking full advantage of your platforms online. Both parents and students are beginning to look to social media for live updates regarding their school. Schools need to have more than existing social media accounts to be successful; there also has to be current and interactive for its audience.
A recent article from The New York Times reported that the Trump Administration will roll back on Obama-era standards for school lunches. The decision will add more leniency to the current requirements by adding on low-fat milk to the non-fat milk standard, as well as it won’t be as strict with the sodium intake in the meals. With less restrictions on school lunches coming soon, it can make providing your child with healthy eating habits even more difficult. To combat this, here are some ways you can find the right food for your child’s lunch in the future.