How School Districts Use TeacherLists for School Supply Lists

How School Districts Use TeacherLists for School Supply Lists

Updated 03/13/20

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How School Districts Use TeacherLists To Make a Winning First Impression on School Families


School District Case Studies:

TeacherLists works directly with school districts across the country to make school supply list shopping easy and convenient for parents. Smart districts and schools know that making this annual chore easy is a great way to create a winning first impression and start to engage with parents before school even starts.

Districts incorporate TeacherLists into their integrated communication plans; it’s an important part of how they help parents during back-to-school time. Check out our case studies and state spotlights below to see how districts and schools are using TeacherLists to improve efficiency for school administrators and make school supply list shopping easy for parents.

Colorado District Increases Efficiency—and Impresses School Families

27J school district logo27J Schools in Colorado wanted a way to make its schools stand out as parents are making the decision for where to send their children. District administrators liked how TeacherLists made communication with parents more efficient and positioned them as “ahead of the curve” when it came to new and improved technology.

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Metro Nashville Public Schools Ease the Burden of Supply Shopping for Parents

Metro Nashville school district logoMetro Nashville Public Schools was looking for a solution to get all its school supply lists posted in one place that was easily accessible for all parents before the annual sales tax holiday. TeacherLists became the central hub for all the district’s supply lists, and the ease of uploading lists freed up the communications team to focus on larger district matters.

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State Spotlights:

Learn more about the schools in each state using TeacherLists. Click on the thumbnail to see the full graphic.


teacherlists texas schools6,500 schools and 45,000 school supply lists

“Quick, easy to use, and I don’t have to worry about translating a list since I’m a bilingual teacher with several parents who only speak Spanish.” —Cristina G., Teacher, El Campo ISD

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teacherlists georgia schools2,000 schools and 15,000 school supply lists

“TeacherLists makes it easy for the working parent to gather school supplies for their children in one easy click!” —Ashley H., Teacher, Sand Hill Elementary School

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North Carolina

teacherlists north carolina schools2,200 schools and 17,000 school supply lists

“This is wonderful! I put the link on our website and FB page. Our parents are loving this!” —Carrie J., School Secretary, Western Union Elementary School

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South Carolina

teacherlists south carolina schools1,000 schools and 8,000 school supply lists

“Why didn’t anyone think of this years ago?” —Rachel B., Teacher, Cornerstone Christian School

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teacherlists virginia schools2,000 schools and 13,000 school supply lists

“I love the convenience of TeacherLists. I can create lists and share them with all the families at our school.” —Beth R., Parent Leader, Amherst County Public Schools

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New York

teacherlists new york schools3,000 schools and 37,000 school supply lists

“TeacherLists is the new way to purchase school supplies. One click and you’re on your way!” —Gilda C., Parent Coordinator, PS 104Q the Bays Water School

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New Jersey

teacherlists new jersey schools1,700 schools and 13,000 school supply lists

“Great idea to make back-to-school shopping effortless for parents.” —Karen C., Monroe Township

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Missouri state2,100 schools and 15,000 school supply lists

“Order school supplies online. One click add to cart.” —Parkway Schools

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Interested in learning how TeacherLists can help your district?

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Originally posted 2019

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