What is on your to-do list as you prepare for the upcoming school year? As a classroom teacher, I certainly had a long list of things to take care of, and finding posters to display in your school building or classroom might be on your list. If you’d like to cross this item off your to-do list, check out these free, ready-to-use posters for back-to-school.
Back-to-school preparations are well underway in many parts of the country. As you head back to school this year, the folks at Rise Vision have created a set of free posters for educators. In this blog post, I’ll tell you a bit about Rise Vision and their digital signage options for schools. We’ll also look at a few tips for how to use back-to-school posters this year.
Using Back-to-School Posters
Regular readers of the blog already know about Rise Vision and how they make free posters for educators each month. At the end of each month, they share posters related to the upcoming month. You might remember how they created teacher appreciation posters for May in the month April so you could prepare for it ahead of time.
Well, this month, the team at Rise Vision have you covered with posters perfect for back-to-school. This includes how to set up students for a safe school year. August is back-to-school month for many parts of the country. And even if students first walk in the door in September this year, it’s still an excellent time to prepare spaces for incoming students.
You can welcome students back to school after a long summer break with these fun and engaging free posters. So, where can you find these back-to-school posters? Head over to Rise Vision’s website to download them right away. The free posters are available on their website now. This way everyone in your school community (principals, educators, and faculty) have time to plan next month’s messaging and display the posters.
Using Digital Signage to Promote School Safety
To start the school year with school safety in mind, you can display these posters in high-traffic areas of your building. This can help serve as a reminder for students who might have attended an assembly with school safety. Or it can act as a reminder as students move throughout common spaces in the building.
Rise Vision creates a wide variety of resources for schools and educators. In addition to the free posters featured in this blog post, the team at Rise Vision creates digital signage for displays throughout a school building. Digital signage helps schools create important messaging and emergency alerts, too.
Summer Savings from Rise Vision
The team at Rise Vision is offering a summer savings deal for schools interested in an unlimited license plan for digital signage. The cost is $999 for the year and you can learn more on their website.
Digital Signage in Action
Using Rise Vision on collaboration displays in your classrooms can make your life easier, too. With a few clicks of a mouse, you can share posters like these. And of course, as you jump into the hundreds of templates from Rise Vision you might find a few more to display during the back to school season.
This might include sharing:
- Classroom expectations and norms
- Spotlight student(s)
- Book of the month recommendations
- Pictures from special events
- and more!
As we think about back-to-school and school safety in this blog post, the digital signage they create ties to school safety as well. Rise Vision has a gallery of 400+ templates that you can use right away. They have created templates for every event, celebration, and occasion you might want to display information about on a digital display. In addition, the team at Rise Vision adds fresh designs every week. This means there are lots of options to choose from for back-to-school and the entire school year.
Rise Vision’s primary focus is creating digital signage for education. And they currently work with over 3,000 schools. Their goal is to make it easy for schools to share important messages with their community.
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