Giving back is an important part of our business. That’s why we partner with Grain of Wheat. Over the years, we have donated approximately 1,600 backpacks filled with toiletries and other necessities. Can you imagine going to school without the proper school supplies? What if you didn’t even have a book bag? While this sounds like […]
You can now email families based on family location and class location. To accomplish this, we renamed the location search criteria more appropriately to family location and added new search criteria for currently enrolled in class location.
Have you ever wondered why we have two ePayment preferred providers at Jackrabbit? This post is for you. We are very transparent at Jackrabbit – from our owners all the way down to part time employees. We really pride ourselves in having this transparency with our customers. We consider our customers as working with us, […]
The Revenue Summary format is now much easier to read! We made several changes – including those announced on the dashboard in early May – to ensure this. Here is the new look:
Shellie Karabell’s blogs on leadership are often featured on Forbes.com so it’s exciting that a recent post of hers shared seven attributes why she thinks ballet can improve leadership skills in dancers. What a fantastic forum for ballet! Ballet can teach some amazing things that most people don’t realize. Young ladies learn beautiful steps, movements […]
The Transaction Type drop-down list editor is now where you’ll find the credit/debit setting. You no longer need to include this information in the type name. We’ve updated all active databases so you only need to take advantage of the change to make this simpler to use.
A new option was added to the Tools menu for Credit Cards/Bank Accounts Settings. A new page was also created which has all of the related ePayment settings in one place, instead of spread throughout the application. This page has a left navigation to help the user switch between different types of ePayment settings easily. […]
Over the past few weeks, there has been a lot of buzz about Instagram’s changes. Not only have they updated their brand-logo, there are some changes with the algorithm, videos and ads that you’ll want to know! Do you remember when your Instagram feed was flooded with images like this? This social media storm started from […]
A Little Ballet Background Ballet was “born” in Paris, France in 1661. From France it traveled to Italy and Russia where ballet masters continued to teach and improve upon ballet’s methods. Ballet made it to America and grew into a beloved art form with a rich history. The Dancers of Early Influence In the late […]
Did you that the American Heart Association has research that the cardiovascular endurance of America’s children fell an average of 6 percent per decade between 1970 and 2000. It’s not just a problem in America. In fact, the cardiovascular health of children in nations around the world has declined by 5 percent each decade. We […]