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6 Ways to Use Bloomz Parent Sign-Ups for Holiday Events

November 18, 2016

Communicating with families is essential every time of year. Whether you’ve kicked off the year with lots of ways for families to stay in touch or are looking for a new tool to increase parent engagement, Bloomz is definitely worth checking out!

Bloomz is a fantastic mobile and web app that connects teachers with parents. Teachers can communicate and keep families up-to-date any time of year. This easy-to-use app is more than just a messenger. Teachers can share photos and updates on daily activities and send out reminders for special events or upcoming deadlines – perfect for the holidays. There is even an alert feature if you need to get in touch with families by sending an urgent announcement. In addition to these features you can also create an integrated class calendar to help parents keep track of activities and facilitate communication between all stakeholders. Bloomz users will also find an option to create secure two-way messaging between parents, teachers, school staff, and PTA leaders.

The holiday season can be crazy for teachers and families. This is when a parent communication tool like Bloomz can definitely come in handy. Here are a few ways Bloomz can be used to keep everyone informed during the holidays.

6 Ways to Use Bloomz Parent Sign-Ups for Holiday Events

  • Ask for parent volunteers to hep out with special holiday events
  • Tell parents about holiday charity drives like food donations
  • Remind parents of when school will be out and will resume
  • Ask for materials for holiday craft projects
  • Stay in touch with parents over breaks to help ease the transition back to school
  • Send out any reminders about assignments/readings to be completed over break
 Visit Bloomz on the web to learn more about this terrific tool!

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Dr. Monica Burns is a former classroom teacher, Author, Speaker, and Curriculum & EdTech Consultant. Visit her site for more ideas on how to become a tech-savvy teacher.

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