- Posted by Jim Houliston
- On Aug 6, 2020
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Short on funds or would like to get a funding boost to
accomplish your charter’s mission? Considering our current
global state, that answer is a resounding ‘Yes’ from most charter schools.
There are some best practices to weather the storm and updated funding
solutions in light of recent legislation.
“Funding for Charters in COVID” was a webinar recorded on Tuesday, July 28. We co-hosted the webinar with Charter School Capital, sharing available funding solutions and best practices that are helping charter schools be prepared for what’s ahead.
You also hear from HR Directors at two of our partner charters;
Margaret Domingo from Camino Nuevo
Charter Academy and Luke Whitehead from Summit
Public Schools. Margaret and Luke share a bit about what their charters are
currently going through and best practices they’re implementing.
This webinar was presented by Ryan Eldridge, who is passionate about working with local leaders to make their visions a reality as Senior New Business Specialist with Charter School Capital, Jim Houliston, our Education Evangelist, YouTuber/podcaster and problem solver for school challenges, and Brian Juarez, who has more than 20 years in education as a teacher, education technology specialist, and national presenter of professional development workshops.
As a provider of web-based, K-12 HR and Business e-solutions, Helios has been helping charter schools go paperless for over a decade. Watch video previews on Helios YouTube and Vimeo channels. Also, read our newest blog post – New Tool Shows How Much is Saved by Going Paperless