ClassWallet News February 2020: North Carolina, Kellogg, Professional Devleopment and More


From the CEO


Over the past couple of months several on the ClassWallet team have experienced personal loss. The memories and stories they’ve shared of their loved ones have been a stark reminder that how we are remembered is a testament of how we have lived. Bringing trust and respect back to the teaching profession matters. Getting materials that impact student learning into classrooms matters. Every day, the ClassWallet team helps build a company that makes a difference in K-12 schools. This is how we conduct our work lives, and this is the company legacy we strive toward.

CEO, ClassWallet

Exciting News

ClassWallet Presents at the North Carolina Association of School Business Officials Conference (ASBO)

North Carolina joins a growing trend of states recognizing the need for teachers to have easier access to supplemental resources. Last year the North Carolina legislature appropriated funds for classroom supply budgets for each of the 90,000 teachers. ClassWallet has been identified as a platform that brings the state’s vision to reality and ClassWallet shared more details about its solution to the NC ASBO school district finance attendees.

ClassWallet Subject of Kellogg School of Management Master Class

Kellogg School of Management Global MBA Miami location worked with ClassWallet for a master class of aspiring entrepreneurs. The class touched upon several aspects of the business model canvas and how pieces such as sales channel, pricing, etc. evolve in different stages of company growth.

ClassWallet for Professional Development

What teachers want and what teachers get in the professional development world often are not the same. That’s why many districts are starting to talk to ClassWallet about giving teachers more autonomy over the professional development they choose. As we have done for classroom supply budgets, ClassWallet allows teachers freedom to make more choices and frees the finance office from paperwork and receipt collection in managing expenditures.

Upcoming Events

Ascension Parish Lunch & Learn

Gonzales, LA March 2, 2020

Arkansas Association of School Business Officials Annual Conference

Little Rock, AR March 3-5, 2020

Montgomery County School District Lunch & Learn

Montgomery, AL March 6, 2020

Toledo Public School District Lunch & Learn

Toledo, OH March 17, 2020

Utah Association of School Business Officials Annual Conference

Provo, UT April 20-21, 2020

Southeast Association of School Business Officials Annual Conference

Louisville, KY April 21-23, 2020

Alabama Association of School Business Officials Annual Conference

Orange Beach, AL May 5-8, 2020

West Virginia Association of School Business Officials Annual Conference

Charleston, WV May 14-17, 2020

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.