From the CEO
It has been great seeing so many faces over the past few weeks. Yes I’m serious. The previous reluctance to share video on Zoom meetings has evaporated and now we can see each other. T-shirts, scruffy beards, ukuleles, model airplanes, little insights and peeks into the humans we interact with. That we are interacting at all indicates we are safe and healthy, and for that I am most grateful. I’d like to do a shout out to all the teachers on the front line continuing to deliver education remotely. I think everyone with school-aged children has gained even more appreciation for what it takes to do what they do.
ClassWallet is Free for the Remainder of the School YearTo help school districts meet remote classroom challenges, ClassWallet is offering its service for free for the remainder of the school year. Several districts are working with ClassWallet to provide teachers remote classroom budgets in order to keep up with evolving remote teaching needs.
ClassWallet Welcomes New School Districts from Florida, Alabama and ArkansasIt is always exciting to welcome new districts into the ClassWallet family. Since our last update, Nassau and Hernando County School Districts in Florida, Bullock County Schools of Alabama and Crossett School District 52 of Arkansas signed with ClassWallet to reduce paperwork and time involved in managing classroom expenditure. Districts range in size from 135 to 1,500 students.
ClassWallet CEO Interviewed by the European Financial Management & Marketing AssociationWord of ClassWallet’s innovation has reached across the Atlantic. The European Financial Management & Marketing Association (EFMA) contacted ClassWallet’s CEO Jamie Rosenberg after hearing about the Company’s growth in the US. Click here to read the interview.
ClassWallet addresses the pain of managing checks, reimbursements, paper receipts, and the paperwork associated with tracking expenditures for school systems. The platform makes the accounting and audit trail very easy and helps reduce administrative costs.