How to Keep Student Families Happy and Ensure Returning Students

how schools can ensure families stay happy

In our ideal world, for a school, there is no other satisfying moment than to see your student, who used to be a 6th grader, now become a high school graduate. Perhaps you even knew them since Kindergarten! It is a harsh reality that sometimes parents do take their kids out of a school. The reasons behind them enrolling their children in a different school may vary. It could be reasons unrelated to the school’s performance. For instance, parents have to be relocated for career-related reasons hence they have to withdraw their child from the current school. However, there are also parents who are unhappy in their current school which results in families leaving schools. 

Today, we will be discussing efforts that can be made in order to keep student families happy and ensure returning students for the following semesters. Since the students and their families are the reason the school is open, it is important to understand why they may leave and how you can prevent this from happening. 

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Our Top 10 Must-Watch Movies and TV Shows Highlighting Education

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Before moving on to our Top 10 movies and TV shows that highlight education and life lessons, we’d like to address the importance of educational apps and software that are elevating the teaching and learning experience. Living and breathing in the 21st century is synonymous with the era of technology. It is highly vital to seize the opportunity to utilize these readily available tools to further expand learning horizons. This expanding phase of school software and the array of digital tools are creating a novel learning experience. Helping to enhance students’ learning experience drastically.

Gone are those days when education was just about learning from a textbook or sitting in a classroom staring at the blackboard for hours a day. Now, education has adopted a new way of imparting knowledge and art with  media playing an integral role in it. Movies are not just a form of entertainment. They can also be used as a modern teaching tool to underline and address educational issues.

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Organize Your School Cafeteria with QuickSchools

organize your school cafeteria with software

Did you know that you could track student lunch fees and payments via your Student Information System? If you didn’t, now you have! 

QuickSchools provides you with a few application options to organize your cafeteria.  The Lunchroom app is a fantastic way to track student lunches and lunch payments. This app helps to better manage student meals at school. It is one of our most popular apps, as it allows teachers to track each student’s lunch balance as well as configure meals and extras.  You can easily track lunch payments as it displays the outstanding balance for each student. Gone are the days you would have to manually keep track of these records. 

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QuickSchools Blog 2022 Recap!

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Since we are always looking for ways to make your user experience more pleasant, we decided to categorize our 2022 articles to make it easier for you to navigate and find them in the future. If you have any ideas for future articles, don’t be afraid to leave a comment. We’d love to hear from you!

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Top 5 best gifts to show appreciation to teachers

top 5 gifts to give to your teachers

It is important to start instilling gratitude from a young age. Some easy tips for teaching gratitude to children at school is by teaching them to say thank you to the people who help them out with doing things. This helps to show appreciation to others.

These efforts should definitely start from home. Parents can begin by telling their children why they are grateful for them. They can talk about the things they are grateful for and ask their kids to list down the things they are most grateful for. The key is to be consistent with showing gratitude and appreciation, so they know it is a regular practice and not only done on rare occasions.

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