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Making the Move from Library to Media Center

As Angela Webb, Director of Sales at School Outfitters, walked the halls of Sycamore High School, the first thing she noticed was the library – and that there was no one in it. The large space was full of potential, but completely outdated. Shelves were lined with old periodicals now accessed online, furniture was not […]

Game Time in the Classroom

This post was written by Tom Richmond, a Sales Support Specialist at School Outfitters. Students of all ages love to play, and what could be better for educators than finding ways to make games into learning opportunities? Teachers and parents across the country are coming up with new, crafty ways to repurpose games for educational […]

Guest Post: Helping Students with Stealth Dyslexia

This is the last in a series of guest posts from Brian Smith, an educator from North Carolina. Please share your experiences with dyslexia or stealth dyslexia in the comments. In the simplest terms, dyslexia is an unexplained learning difficulty in reading that is not typical of the students’ general intelligence. Dyslexia is not a vision problem but […]

Customize Products with Logos and School Colors

Today we’re featuring a guest post from fellow School Outfitters team member Rachel Jaynes. Looking for products that sport your school colors or can be embellished with your school’s mascot? Here are her picks for personalizing your building: Furnishing your school doesn’t have to be boring. With the right products, you can pep up a […]