In schools, keeping the student body on track is usually done with bell systems. The bells sound and students have a predetermined amount of time to travel from one class to another. The problem is that students don’t quite know how much time they have left between class periods or during their lunch break. Do…Read More
Keeping in Sync when the Weather Doesn’t
The holiday season means something different to everyone, however this year it meant severe winter weather for much of the United States. Three days before Christmas a winter storm bearing the moniker Gemini tore its way through the central and southern states, bringing with it tornados and wind gusts that damaged homes, uprooted trees and…Read More
The Balancing Act: Education
The Balancing Act Series will delve into how Sapling’s synchronized clock systems can help professionals in several different industries better balance their daily tasks. Educational facilities can become chaotic at times with all of the different activities transpiring throughout the day. Maintaining a certain level of organization can be challenging for the faculty and staff…Read More
Sapling and School Sports
Elementary school is a crucial stage in the development of young students. It is the first stage in which children really begin their academic career. In addition to their academic career, children begin their athletic careers as well. Even as young as 6 years old, kids begin to development their athletic skills, as well as…Read More
Sapling Assisting Campus Security
Campus security at any college or university is a full time job. These individuals work around the clock to maintain a safer environment. Campus security is answering phone calls from distressed students, supervising student activities, and monitoring security cameras, among other things. A campus security team can function more efficiently with a synchronized clock system.…Read More
Any ‘Glee’ fans out there?
If you haven’t heard of the television show Glee, this show focuses on a group of high school students who attend the William McKinley High School and are a part of the school’s Glee Club. Season 5, which is set to begin September 26th, focuses around a new director of the club who hopes to restore…Read More
Ready, Set, Go!
For high school students, the short break in between classes is no relaxing matter. They have only a few minutes to get from one classroom to the next. If a student needs to pick up their books for the next class and must stop at their locker, this makes the trip even more challenging. Those…Read More
Celebrate Independence Day with Sapling
Each year on July 4th American’s celebrate our nation’s independence. On July 4th, 1776, one of the most important documents was signed and enacted, the Declaration of Independence. This officially decreed the United States was a nation free of British rule, as well as free to create our own democracy and build the country in…Read More
Stop, Drop and Install a Synchronized Clock System
There are specific duties that a school is responsible for in their daily operations. Teachers are accountable when it comes to teaching students the subjects needed to learn such as math and English. Along with that, principals and fellow staff are liable to make the correct decisions that maximize the benefits in regards to budget,…Read More
Time to Run at Recess!
No one can forget the good old days in elementary school when the most anticipated time of the day was recess. You trade in lessons in math and English, pencils and blackboards for lessons in exercise and liveliness, fresh air and blacktops. It was seen as a respite time for teachers and for students to…Read More