It is important to take the necessary precautions to prevent the potential spread of COVID-19 in school settings. We’ve provided facts, resources, and suggestions for how to minimize the disruption of learning while protecting students and staff during this outbreak.
This year, make sure to encourage parents and students to acknowledge teacher's hard work in education. As a principal, you should also be recognizing the contributions of your staff. If you need a tip or two on what you can do to show teachers appreciation– check out our five ways to say thank you below.
October is Anti-Bullying Month One of the scariest things for kids about going to school is encountering a bully. We at KeepnTrack are Anti-Bullying advocates with the help of our friends at Don’t Be Monster, a non-profit organization based out of Denver, CO. Don’t Be a Monster brings Frank to life […]
Sarahah — have you heard of it? If not, you’ll probably want to learn about it, especially if you’re a parent or school official. Luckily for you, we’ve done some research ourselves to determine what you need to know about this new phenomenon. A little bit of history: Sarahah […]