User Friendly Student Management System, School Command™ Arrives To Market For Better School Management

New York, NY, November 11th, 2013, Revolutionary new product, School Command™ has launched in the School Management Software Market to help benefit those in the education system. School Command™ will exhibit at the 2013 NYS Career School Convention, in New York, From November 13 to November 15, 2013

School Command™ is the student information system (SIS) software product and CRM for education establishments to manage student data online. It is now available in the School Management Software Market. This easy to use product is available for use by various personnel including administration, teachers, and students. It comes with a built in CRM for admissions to respond immediately to your prospective students, increase your enrollments and improve productivity of your admissions team. “The Customer Relationship Management (CRM) was designed to help trade schools effectively use data throughout student recruitment, retention and career placement,” says Janet Peterman, Senior Account Manager at School Command™.

During the NYS Career School Convention, School Command™ will exhibit its responsive website and school management technology. This innovative product and website will highlight the ease of use of this software on Smart­phones and Tablets. All attendees will receive a $500 off promotional discount code towards the purchase of School Command™. Those not able to attend will be able to request a live remote online demo and receive this code. Promotional code will expire December 15th, 2013.

School Command™ is “The world’s most user friendly Student Information System” and works in the cloud on multiple platforms including desktop, mobile and tablet devices. The system uses various communications tools, charts, and reports built inside, along with scheduling, reminders, tasks, and email capabilities. This allows teachers and administrators to take attendance, grade assignments, and communicate with ease.

Also featured is a built in web based SMS text system, to communicate instantly. Alerts are easy to create and schedule. Admin and teachers can generate direct text announcements by program, course, classes, or by individual student. “School Command’s text message alert system has been extremely helpful for reminding instructors to take attendance, helping to keep our necessary records on track,” says Natalie Baxter, Director of Student Services at the Digital Film Academy.

With School Command™, schools cannot garner any better of a user experience from every single member of the educational school. The systems supports effective, responsive, and meaningful communications and has simplified system management and administrative processes for easier user experience. It also includes improved productivity, which helps reduce the cost of administrative operations.

What is unique about this system is its high speed and secure web server in the Secure Cloud. For users, this means there is no longer the need to install software at school. Their databases are fully redundant and adhere to the highest security and encryption standards in the industry. The system is integrated in an all-­in-­one system that only requires one log-in username and password.

School Command™ will be providing a live demonstration during the open exhibition for the 2013 NYS

Career School Convention, to be held from Wednesday, November 13th, 2013 to Friday, November 15th, 2013, at Villa Roma Resort & Spa in Callicoon, New York. Those not able to attend will be able to request a live remote demo online.

Founded in 2012, School Command™ is a Student Information System & CRM built in the Cloud with a mission to help manage schools with “The world’s most user-friendly Student Information System”. The founding members of School Command™ have previously built tools and systems for companies including Kaplan University® and American Express®. The company offers both monthly and yearly pricing plans with added support and upgrades. School Command™ helps K12, Private, Post Secondary, and Career schools.

For media inquiries please contact Janet Peterman, Senior Account Manager at 917­-512­-4114 or via email at info @

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Florida Districts Turn to Odysseyware for Career and Technical Education Support

CTE courses offered in five different career clusters

(CHANDLER, Ariz.) Nov. 12, 2013 – Several districts in Florida have chosen the online Career and Technical Education (CTE) curriculum from Odysseyware to prepare their students for life after graduation.  Administrators in Seminole, Orange, Sumter and Hernando Counties have chosen the web-based platform offered by Odysseyware as their partner in CTE.

With the renewed interest and necessity of college and career readiness offerings, districts are searching for a partner that can help their students and support their administrations’ goals. These influential counties in Florida have found that and more in Odysseyware.

Currently, Odysseyware offers 39 CTE courses housed in five career clusters; Business Management and Administration, Hospitality and Tourism, Human Services, Information Technology and Health Science, with courses being added regularly to its already robust course offerings. Courses in two new career clusters, agriculture and STEM, will be released in early 2014.

Using Odysseyware’s fully customizable platform, teachers can adapt and author coursework to meet each student’s individual learning styles and personalize curriculum to meet unique student needs.

“The economic challenges of the past few years have thrown a spotlight on the importance of college and career readiness, 21st century skills, and for students of today to be prepared and confident entering the workforce. Odysseyware is thrilled to partner with districts like OrangeSeminoleSumter and Hernando Counties to support their vision of preparing every graduate for life after graduation,” said Odysseyware President, Kevin Youngblood.

The CTE courses offered by Odysseyware are part of an ever expanding online curriculum designed by educators to support the acquisition of core academic, employability, and job-specific technical skills, ensuring each student is fully prepared to step into the workforce or post-secondary education.

To learn more, visit Odysseyware at or call 877-795-8904.

About Odysseyware:

Headquartered in Chandler, Arizona, Odysseyware is an innovative, multimedia-enriched online curriculum for grades 3-12. Completely web-based, it provides 21st century educational solutions by offering the core subjects of history and geography, math, language arts, and science along with enriching electives and placement testing. More than 300,000 students across the United States have connected with self-directed learning through Odysseyware. This curriculum is sold directly through regional education specialists.


Anti-Bullying “Spokesband,” Sibling Rivalry, Croons for a Cause


Texas duo helps promote One Call Now’s Safe School Helpline®


November 12, 2013 – Teen bullying victims now have a voice, thanks to a new partnership forged by One Call Now. The message notification provider recently signed Sibling Rivalry, a Magnolia, Texas group to be the official “spokesband” for their Safe School Helpline®. The program’s theme song is Sibling Rivalry’s new track “No Medicine Can Heal,” which describes a student’s struggle with a school bully.

Sibling Rivalry is brother-sister duo Mitchell and Olivia Butaud, an acoustic country duo who claim Little Big Town, The Band Perry, and Zac Brown Band as influences. They garnered national attention as one of 15 bands to compete on the COZI TV music reality show “Next Great Family Band.”

Now, Safe School Helpline® users will have the chance to bring Sibling Rivalry to their own home towns. In 2014, One Call Now will hold a “Rally for Safer Schools” contest. New schools to enroll with the Safe School Helpline®, as well as schools that already participate, will be entered to win an anti-bullying pep rally sponsored by One Call Now, including an exclusive performance by Sibling Rivalry. Entry details and rally dates will be announced in early 2014.

“It’s important for us to connect with kids regarding the importance of bullying prevention,” says Brian Ferrar, CMO, One Call Now. “Having Sibling Rivalry as the Safe School Helpline’s spokesband is the perfect way for us to bridge that gap.”

Sibling Rivalry’s Mitchell and Olivia have already achieved impressive successes for their respective 19 and 14 years: they have performed at Texas venues such as House of Deréon, Main Street Crossing, Dosey Doe The Big Barn and Dosey Doe Music Café. In Nashville, Tennessee, they have taken the stage at several venues including the famed Bluebird Café.

Learn more about One Call Now’s partnership with Sibling Rivalry and listen to a recording of “No Medicine Can Heal” at To learn more about the duo, .

About Safe School Helpline®

The Safe School Helpline®, provided by Security Voice, Inc., is an anonymous tip line that allows students, parents, and school staff to safely report school violence. It also provides direct, confidential, 24/7 access to trained crisis counselors.  The Safe School Helpline® serves more than 6,000 schools, representing more than 1 million students across 15 states. It has recently added Internet and text reporting capabilities, and can translate tips provided in any language. One Call Now hopes to help break the cycle of silence, not just in schools, but also in churches, businesses, and other facilities across the country.

About One Call Now

One Call Now is America’s largest message notification provider, with 20 percent of American households—55 million Americans—depending on the company for messages that protect, inform, and engage. One Call Now is proud to support the mission of educators through partnerships with anti-bullying organization Olweus, sponsorship of The Million T-Shirt March Against Bullying, free levy calls for schools, and, a national summer reading program designed to stop the summer reading slide in elementary schools. For more information, please visit