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March 27, 2020

Every Principal’s End of School Year Checklist

A good principal will use the end of school year to search for and make improvements for the upcoming school year.   Reflect on the Past Year As a leader of your school, it is important to reflect on the past year. At some point, you’ll sit down and consider […]
March 4, 2020

Women’s History Month Education Poster

In honor of women across the globe, in our past and to our future, we are excited to share our Women’s History Month education poster.
February 4, 2020

February Education Poster

Schools nationwide, are taking extra time this month to recognize the exceptional contributions made by African Americans in history. Download the free Education Poster!
January 1, 2020

Technologies Keeping Schools Safe in 2020

If you are an educator looking to improve your school security and safety, here are four technologies used around the country to keep schools safe.
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April 3, 2017
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Risk Management Pt. 1

First, risk management needs be to understood clearly. For schools, risk management is the “process of managing uncertainty of exposures that affect a school district’s assets and financial statements using the five steps: identification, analysis, control, financing and administration.” As stated, risk management goes beyond financial losses, but also to the school’s […]
April 17, 2017

End of the Year Clean-up Procedures

Over the course of the year KeepnTrack will be adding every person that comes through the door (and checks in) to your person records. Having all these records begs the question, what do we do with them at the end of the year? Now, for some classifications of people like […]
August 15, 2017

How Attendance Affects Performance

Remember those mornings as a kid when you would wake up feeling completely fine, yet you would swear on your life you threw-up fifteen times last night just to avoid going to school? I do.   Who knows, maybe the occasional absence is good for the brain, maybe a little […]
October 13, 2017

Ways Your Students Can Volunteer

Good grades and high ACT/SAT scores aren’t the only things you need to get into a good college or a good job.  You need experience.  Volunteering is by far the best way to get students on the right track for their future.  It allows them to gain experience working in […]