Andrew Saunders

Reach Job Seekers with your School District Website

Every school district wants to hire and keep the best staff.  Teachers, administrators, and support staff looking for work are highly motivated to find job listings, but how do you make your district’s jobs stand out above the rest? Your district website is the first place job seekers look. If used the right way it’s a powerful tool for attracting new people and making them aware of all the…

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Andrew Saunders

Keep Parents Coming Back to Your School Website

Parents make up the majority of visitors to your school website. They already know a lot about your school and they don’t visit your site just to browse. They visit because they're looking for something very specific. Job one is to make it as easy as possible for parents to find the information they want. If you organize your website well you can also get parents to see information you want them…

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Andrew Saunders

One Million Website Sessions in a Month!

Box Clever Education reached an amazing milestone in January 2018. For the first time the websites powered by our WebGuide for Schools CMS received over one million combined visitor sessions in a month! WebGuide for Schools is purpose-built to meet the online needs of schools and school districts. We're proud of the features we've built especially for K-12 websites, and it's so rewarding to…

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Andrew Saunders

How To Shop for a School District App

More and more school districts are adding a mobile app to their communications toolkits. When the district decides “we should have an app”, district staff are often sent shopping without a clear idea of how an app can add value for the district community, or even what separates a good app from a bad one. Aside from being functional and reliable, what should a school district app actually do?…

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Andrew Saunders

12 New Year’s Resolutions for your School Website

We want your school website to be the best it can be! Here are 12 ways to make your website even better in 2018: 1. Give visitors what they want Most of your school website visitors are parents looking for something specific. Calendars, teacher pages, bell schedules, fees, sports teams, volunteering, and absences are terms parents search for again and again. Your website should give them all the details…

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Avery Johnson

Social Media 2018 New Years Resolutions For Your School District

  New Years is a time for renewal, reorganization, and reflection, and it often comes with resolutions. This year, skip the diet resolution and make a plan to clean up your school district's social media presence instead. We have put together a list of 10 easy ways for you to improve your school district's social media accounts. If you follow these tidbits, your social media will be easier to manage…

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