TeacherEase Celebrates Catholic Schools Week

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Common Goal Systems, maker of the web-based gradebook TeacherEase (http://www.teacherease.com), supports Catholic Schools Week (January 29-Febraury 4, 2012) with a special offer. Catholic schools new to TeacherEase can try the web-based gradebook and lesson planner for free through June 30, 2012.

Common Goal Systems, maker of the web-based gradebook TeacherEase (http://www.teacherease.com), supports Catholic Schools Week (January 29-Febraury 4, 2012) with a special offer. Catholic schools new to TeacherEase can try the web-based gradebook and lesson planner for free through June 30, 2012.

“Administrators are always seeking new ways to grow enrollment,” says Pat Helmers, Vice President of Sales for the company. “TeacherEase, the user-friendly gradebook with family portal, provides an affordable way to improve parent satisfaction and upgrade technology – making Catholic schools more competitive with the local public schools. It’s easy to use and works for schools and Diocese with limited IT resources.”

TeacherEase is being used by hundreds of Catholic schools in the US. The Diocese of Madison (WI) and the Diocese of Colorado Springs (CO) also chose to implement the program diocese-wide. In addition to TeacherEase, the company develops a student information system, SchoolInsight (http://www.schoolinsight.com). This system includes NCEA reports, customizable report cards, family contacts, tuition/fees, and online registration.

For more information about this special Catholic school offer, contact our sales department at 866-847-3405 x124. The offer expires March 2, 2012.

Common Goal Systems (http://www.common-goal.com) provides web-based services to help educators work more efficiently. Using the Software as a Service (SaaS) model, the company offers its products via the Internet and is responsible for all system operation and maintenance. Founded in 2001, Common Goal Systems has hundreds of thousands of users worldwide.

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