We are proud to be one of NAA Annual Convention’s exhibitors - Booth 202!
EZChildTrack’s president, Jeffery Thomas, will be showing how childcare management software streamlines and automates payment processes, how an online parent portal allows your customers to sign up for afterschool programs in an instant, and how it can help improve your staff’s productivity as a whole.
EZChildTrack software allows hassle-free input of registration data online using secure electronic registration forms. The inclusion of registration forms enables parents to open new accounts via the Parent Portal.
EZChildTrack offers calendar-based enrollment, where parents can enroll their child in your program or into a special activity online. Calendar-based enrollment allows parents to enroll through the Parent Portal. Automating the process means you can accept anyone into any class or program at any time with seamless, automated billing.
Over 4,000 schools and programs across the United States use EZChildTrack childcare management software for their afters school care, preschool, daycare and summer camp. EZChildTrack provides numerous benefits from online calendar-based enrollment and bill payment to attendance tracking, invoicing, and multiple methods of keeping in touch with parents.
Whether your child spends nine hours every day in daycare or only attends one morning a week, you know you would feel more comfortable if you knew what to look for when choosing a childcare setting. Your community may have few choices, or you may be awash in daycare options, but in both cases, you want to be able to make the best decision possible for you and your family.
Reports are essential for running a successful business and remaining compliant with state and federal regulations. You cannot consider anecdotal evidence when making business decisions and when government agencies demand documentation.
Brevard County Public Schools in Florida faced the challenge of providing childcare before and after school for 55 campuses, operating eight summer camps, and administering twelve 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) programs.
According to Nader, et al. in Pediatrics magazine, the preschool years are critical for obesity prevention. Dietary preferences are established at this age, and many children spend several hours in childcare each week.
The benefits of before school, after-school, and summer programs cannot be overstated. Community learning centers improve school attendance, behavior, and reading scores among a host of other contributions to the health and welfare of neighborhoods and cities.