Available Now: The Registration Workbook
Built for community education and child care programs, this interactive workbook will provide the tools necessary to organize your planning season and maximize your registration window.
– May 11, 2020Read Blog
Do You Know How Parents Feel About Your Program? Eleyo Can Help
Some parents are automatically going to tell you, good or bad, what they think of your program. Is your program making an impact?
– April 16, 2019Read Blog
Fun After School Enrichment Course Ideas
What do your students like to do? How do you incorporate that into a fun after school enrichment course? Here are three enrichment course ideas for your viewing pleasure.
– March 6, 2019Read Blog
Reduce Staff Burnout by Providing the Right Tool
There is always so much to do in school-age child care programs. Staff can become overwhelmed with the day-to-day tasks. The right program management software can help reduce and even eliminate staff burnout.
– February 27, 2019Read Blog
Summer Learning Program Promotion and Registration Best Practices
Yes, it’s January and summer is still quite a few months away. But experts say that it is best to start planning for summer programs in January. Part of that planning should include promoting your program and registration.
– January 16, 2019Read Blog
Have You Started Planning Your Summer Programs Yet?
Registration time for summer child care programs will be here before we know it. If you’re feeling a little overwhelmed and don’t know where to start planning, don’t worry, we’ve found some tools thanks to NAA!
– January 9, 2019Read Blog
Celebrities Involved in After School Programs
Sometimes you need a famous face to help promote your cause. See how some celebrities are using their fortune and fame to help after school programs.
– December 12, 2018Read Blog
Steps to Start or Improve Your After School Program's Newsletter
Does your school-aged child care program or community enrichment program use newsletters to get the word out? If you don’t, should you? Read on and find out.
– December 5, 2018Read Blog
6 Cool After School Enrichment Program Courses
It’s not easy running an after school enrichment program and there’s lots of competition. One way to ensure enrollment numbers keep climbing is to keep programming fresh. Here are some newer courses we’ve heard of.
– November 28, 2018Read Blog
Happy Child Care Staff = Happy Child Care Program
If after school child care staff are happy, does that lead to a better program? Here are four tips to ensure your staff is happy.
– November 14, 2018Read Blog
How to Keep Families' Personal Information Safe
Let’s face it, you wouldn’t be where you are right now if the safety of children and their families wasn’t a priority to you. You may have a lot of parameters in place to keep children physically safe, but what about their personal information or their family’s information?
– October 31, 2018Read Blog
Lights On Afterschool is October 25!
The Afterschool Alliance started Lights On Afterschool to help raise awareness of the wonderful things that afterschool child care programs achieve. How is your program celebrating?
– October 24, 2018Read Blog
Improving Attendance and Invoicing for Split Families
Split families can create the need for immediate attendance and billing information. How does the right program management software help school-age child care programs improve attendance and invoicing for split families?
– October 17, 2018Read Blog
3 Steps to Assess Your School-Age Child Care Program
Now that the new school year is underway, how has your school-age child care program been doing? Because time flies, take a moment and pause so you can work on your school-age child care program instead of in it.
– October 10, 2018Read Blog
5 Reasons Why You Should Switch from Manual Registration Forms
How often do families complain about filling out the same after school registration forms for each program season? How long does it take staff to enter registration forms into some type of data management software? There’s a better way that saves time for families and staff.