Reopening Roadmap: Why You Need to Accept Credit Cards for Tuition Now
Childcare, preschool, and school-age programs are starting to turn a corner. It hasn’t been easy. As the panic around COVID-19 ramped up, you saw attendance diminish to a trickle as non-essential businesses were forced to close, parents were furloughed, and schools all over the nation shut down. With that reduced attendance came reduced tuition income more »
Reopening Roadmap: What’s Your New Sign-In/ Sign-Out Plan?
Your doors are opening again, and you are preparing to welcome children back to the classroom. You’re also preparing a plan to coincide with any government-mandated phases and restrictions, as well as to provide parents with peace of mind that, even though we hope the worst is behind us, you are taking precautions to prevent more »
Road to Recovery: How the PPPFA Helps Maximize Your PPP Benefits
As the nation slowly begins to reopen, daycares, preschools, school-age programs, and camps still have a lot of details and logistics to work out. For those who relied on the welcome relief from the CARES Act, and the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) specifically, there is a new piece of legislation that will help you get more »
Reopening Roadmap: Preparing Your Childcare Staff for a Return to School
Whether or not your families and staff are ready for it, schools are reopening. And as much as it’s important to keep your parents informed of what to expect when their children return and how they can help make the transition smoother, you’ll need to get your childcare staff aligned around the goal of keeping more »
From Playroom to Classroom: Help Parents Reinforce Now to Prepare Children for a Return to School
Parents read articles about it, you provide it every day in your classrooms: structure. Kids need structure in their daily lives, they thrive under it because it provides them with a sense of safety knowing what to expect and what’s coming next. But nothing has quite prepared any of us for the year 2020. In more »
Center Survival Guide: Your childcare staff makes more money on Unemployment. What now?
Our recent webinar, Center Survival Guide: Navigating the CARES Act and Keeping Revenue Flowing During the COVID-19 Pandemic covered a great deal of information, particularly about the CARES Act provisions most beneficial to childcare centers and preschools: The Paycheck Protection Program and PPP loan forgiveness Emergency Injury Disaster Relief loans FICA tax deferral Above-the-line tax more »