We adore the system and so do our sites! It’s like a gift we gave ourselves for Christmas!
Cupertino, CA (PRWEB) January 28, 2014
Peachjar, a San Diego based technology company, is on a mission to help schools get out of the flyer delivery business. Cupertino is the latest school district to embrace Peachjar’s innovative system for distributing school flyers electronically. According to Secretary to the Superintendent for Cupertino Union, Renee Smith, "We adore the system and so do our sites! It’s like a gift we gave ourselves for Christmas!"
Peachjar’s eflyer management system allows schools and parent organizations to distribute their school eflyers for free. By using this new system, Cupertino Union schools expect to save over 60 tons of paper per year, over 1,000 trees. Additionally, Cupertino Union schools have eliminated the administrative burden and material cost associated with paper flyer distribution.
Importantly, Peachjar strives to connect more students with enrichment programs since outside organizations also use the system to distribute their school-approved eflyers. All eflyers are emailed directly to parents who see an image of the eflyer right on their smartphone or computer screen. One click takes parents straight to the organization’s website, making it easy for parents to sign-up. According to Rachelle Sander, Recreation Coordinator for City of Cupertino's Quinlan Community Center, "The process was very easy and the people at Peachjar were extremely helpful."
From soccer leagues, art classes, music lessons, and tutoring programs, students thrive by participating in extracurricular enrichment activities. Now Cupertino Union parents can stay informed, help their schools, and help the environment, all at the same time.
Peachjar was founded in 2011 in response to the amount of paper flyers that were going home with students - and the amount that weren't actually making it home. Since then, the company has helped districts across the nation improve their school-to-home communication by delivering eflyers directly to parents.