Over April vacation, my family and I traveled to Washington, DC, to explore our nation’s capital, visit the museums, and pay tribute at the many memorials.
Everywhere we went, we saw school groups from around the country doing the same – exploring the world outside their schools to enhance and build on the lessons they’re learning inside the classroom.
Field trips and class excursions are valuable learning experiences – whether it’s…
- an eighth grade trip to Washington, DC, to learn about the principles of government and the birth of our nation;
- a high school trip to France, Spain, or other European destination for students to practice their foreign-language skills and immerse themselves in a foreign culture, or
- a school-day trip to a play, local museum, or historic site.
There’s a great deal of preparation and planning to make sure students and teachers get where they’re going safely and are empowered to make the most out of these experiences – whether it’s a week-long trip to Europe, a multi-day trip to our nation’s capital, or a morning excursion to the local science museum.
Why not simplify the payment process with Bursari?
When school’s use Bursari, parents can pay at anytime, from anywhere, on a computer, tablet, or phone, either in one single payment or in several installments spread out over the course of months.
School’s get quick access to the funds, which are automatically directed into the proper accounts, so the required deposits can be made to vendors easily and on time.
Trip organizers, administrators, and school accountants/bookkeepers can visit the Bursari dashboard to get a quick snapshot of how many people have paid and generate a report/roster at the click of a button.
Bursari makes it easy track who’s paid and send out regular reminders of when payments are due.
Schools are going places with Bursari – be sure to get on the bus!