SZP Eric Snow WATCH D.O.G.S.

Eric Snow: WATCH D.O.G.S.

Eric Snow is the executive director of watchdogs; and is a husband to his wife Valerie of 33 years, and two grown kids Zac and Alyssa. Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads Of Great Students) is an innovative father involvement, educational initiative of the National Center for Fathering. A school can buy the start-up kit, take a short […]

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Karen Bantuveris: SignUp.com

The School Zone Podcast welcomes Karen Bantuveris, founder and CEO of SignUp.com to the show. The story of SignUp.com begins with our CEO, Karen Bantuveris. As a working-mom, Girl Scout leader, and active PTA member, Karen enjoyed contributing where she could, but the ‘little things’ that made volunteering a hassle and distracted her from the […]

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George Blasing: Dinosaur George

“Dinosaur George” Blasing is a self taught paleontologist and animal behaviorist with more than 35 years of study and research. Blasing is a public speaker, author, and television host and writer who has performed live to over 3 million people and has lectured in over 3000 museums, schools and public events. He is the writer, […]

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Sarahi Gomez-McDonough: Score More Funds

The School Zone Podcast is honored to welcome Sarahi McDonough, Creative Director of Advertising and Media Relations of “Score More Funds” to the podcast. Score More Funds is a company solely based on fundraising and is focused highly on fundraising for schools, PTA’s, sports teams, and small businesses. We supply merchandise that we place your school […]

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SZP Major Nippy Betz Scholarship Leadership Institute

Major Nippy Betz: Scholarship Leadership Institute

Major Nippy Betz owns a scholarship company that offers seminars, courses, and private coaching to help teens graduate from college debt-free. He is a Keynote Speaker, TV Personality, Author, and Scholarship Coach known as the Moses of Education! This former Air Force Commander turned Master Scholarship & Leadership Instructor, helps provide scholarship acquisition, workshops, coaching […]

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Barbara Hodge: Deanan Gourmet Popcorn

Barbara Hodge is the president of Deanan Gourmet Popcorn. She is clearly energetic and excited about what she does and her enthusiasm is contagious. The School Zone Podcast is excited to have her on the show. We focus on the fundraising aspect of selling popcorn. We offer popcorn to the schools at an extremely reasonable […]

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John Howe: Administrator’s View of Fundraising

John Howe: Administrator’s View of Fundraising The reality is that funds do need to be raised because budgets are often times inadequate to deal with all of the needs that a school or school district has. There are a lot of different ways that vendors can reach out to a school: My personal preference of […]

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SZP Daniel Bauer Better Leaders Better Schools

Daniel Bauer: Better Leaders Better Schools

Daniel Bauer is the founder and head of Better Leaders Better Schools. This business is designed to connect excellent leaders in education and promote leadership development. He is committed to developing staff members to their fullest potential; knowing that the impact of a highly functioning staff has on a student body is priceless. Better Leaders […]

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David Holden – Wheels of Freestyle

Wheels of Freestyle has delivered more than 6000 extreme sports performances worldwide, they produce running shows at places like Disney’s California adventure park, Lego land, Silver Dollar City, and Hershey’s Park etc. They also have a BMX show that they do for schools and are impacting kids all over the nation. When we first started […]

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Kara Lubin of the 100 Mile Club

Running 100 miles during the school year is something you have to bring into your school with the idea of everyone is going to do this and everyone is going to be successful. It works out to be about 3 miles a week during the school year. By doing this you are inadvertently building a […]

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