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Got Theater?

Do we do projection screens? YES. A little education – projectors and projection screens. Old school TV’s -the ones we all grew up with, have a 4:3 aspect ratio,  pretty much a square box just elongated a bit – if the TV was 4’ wide, it would be 3’ high – OK no one had […]

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Double Tier Lockers with Casework for Elementary Schools

Attention Elementary Schools: Let us help you maximize your space in your classrooms… If your lockers are in the back of the classroom, a nice way to increase space is to replace them with 24″ high double tier lockers, and install casework cabinets on side, and casework shelves on top for the teacher’s use. Contact Young […]

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Plastic wood bases for your lockers

Plastic wood bases are a great solution for locker bases.  They anchor lockers to the wall at the top and bottom in rear, and into base through the bottom shelf. What are the benefits? They are hardy (can withstand activity such as being bumped into with cleaning machinery etc.) Do not need to be drilled into […]

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New trend for Gym Partition Safety Devices

  Check out the latest New trend for Gym Partition Safety Devices –   It’s called take them “Down and Out Safety Systems”! How does it work ? Trained mechanics use a motorized hoist to lower these 22’ high – 350lb  each panels from the 40 to 50 yrd  track system. The next step is to […]

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Grants Bring Innovation to Classrooms

For the past seven years the M.R. and Evelyn Hudson Foundation has aimed to bring innovation and inspiration to Keller district campuses. The grants are awarded for transformative ideas submitted by teachers, librarians and administrators. Out of more than 100 applications, 16 projects received portions of more than $60,000. One grant recipient is Keller-Harvel Elementary […]

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Creating a Makerspace for Your Classroom

  Innovative teaching begins with an innovative classroom. Learning spaces should  aid in increasing student engagement and creating an active learning environment.  Makerspace  believes in experimental play that engages students. Makers are invited to play with new technology to inspire learning through exploration. Students might take things apart, build or experiment with new technology. We […]

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The role of the school library is ever expanding, let YES help you prepare for the new way to learn.

“We are hoping that this learning commons model really becomes the way we do the library media program,” said Fran Kompar, the district’s K-12 coordinator of library media services. “It is imperative that the library media specialist has time with the kids and teachers in order to make that change.”

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What’s new in Classroom furniture? The Flavors Noodle Chair by Smith System

  The Flavors Noodle Chair has a patented suspension below its seat pan that allows it to tilt slightly in all directions. This makes the chair more comfortable than other classroom chairs and it also encourages the student to engage his or her core muscles while seated, promotes better breathing to improve concentration. The Flavors […]

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The ALL NEW Multi-User Lock From Master Lock

Master Lock® is proud to announce that their newest Locker/Cabinet product, the Multi-User Lock, is now available for purchase. This lock is ideal for facilities that need simplified administration for high visitor frequency like universities, health clubs, country clubs, gyms, spas and more. The Multi-User Lock is a set-your-own combination built-in lock where clients can […]

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Stamford schools to replace dangerous cafeteria tables

  STAMFORD — After a decade of custodians getting hurt on the job while folding up and lifting cafeteria tables, the Board of Education is moving forward with plans to replace 342 of the school district’s 550 tables. The action came after a report from the City’s Risk Management Department indicated that worker’s compensation claims […]

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