Back to school is here, but are you ready? This time of year isn’t just for kids, but for teachers, principals and PTA leaders to have all the items they need to properly inform students and parents. Here are some great ideas for faculty and staff to have on their back to school to-do lists:

Laminated Teaching Materials

Getting printed laminated items is a must for most classrooms. You can laminate special learning calendars, alphabet cards, math activities and much more. Laminated learning materialS can be easy to write on and erased to be used time after time. Lamination can also help with printing costs by continuing to preserve these learning activities, saving you time and money.

Brochures, Postcards, Flyers and Banners

These formats can be used to communicate with parents on topics like the PTA, field trips, testing schedules, holiday hours and rules and regulations. Faculty and staff can use them during open houses or parent/teacher conferences. These printable items provide a quick form of communication between the school and parents.

Branded Office Supplies

Use them as gifts to welcome new teachers, reward staff members for reaching teaching goals, and even on holidays. These customized gifts can display the school mascot or logo making it easily recognizable to others. Branded items can be used to show school pride and display a sense of community.

Some great examples are:

  • Tote bags/book bags
  • Mugs
  • Calendars
  • Pens
  • T-shirts
  • Caps
  • Mouse pads

Wall Graphics and Décor

Let your walls reflect your school spirit with custom wall graphics and décor. Having custom printed graphics in your classroom can reflect your personality as a teacher. This is a great way to show school presentation by having printed wallpaper or a special mural for your halls, gymnasiums, art rooms, school entrances and cafeterias. Window graphics and custom wrapped canvases can help display school culture, news, history and camaraderie.

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