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School Savings Hanging Document Organizer (Black) – 10 Large Wall Pockets for Important Home, School or Office Paperwork, Letters or Files – Essential Work Supplies by School Savings

  • Saves Space, Time and Effort - A premium file organizer, eliminate...
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Stay organized and efficient at home, work or in the classroom with wall-hanging document organizers from School Savings.

Whether you've got a house full of kids, a bunch of projects going on at work, or a classroom that needs to run efficiently, staying organized is not only essential to your success but sometimes your sanity! That's why we created the durable and convenient School Savings Hanging Document Organizer , a versatile hanging file folder system that lets you safely and easily store important documents and files within reach. So save room on your desk; keep papers more organized, and reduce the stress in your life. Get the School Savings Hanging Document Organizer and stay one step ahead of life, work and everything in between.

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  • Heavy Duty Polyester Fabric
  • 10 Storage Pockets (13.5" x 7" Ea.)
  • Sturdy Hanging Grommets
  • Quick and Easy Installation
  • Size: 47" x 14"
  • Three Colors: Black, Red or Blue
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X-ACTO School Pro Classroom Electric Pencil Sharpener, Blue, 1 Count (1670) by X-Acto

  • Durable construction stands up to wear and tear.
  • Helical steel cutter produces safe, rounded Pencil points.
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Engineered and designed specifically for classroom use, the X-ACTO SchoolPro Classroom Electric Pencil Sharpener combines smart sharpening technology with rugged construction for dependable performance. This sharpener utilizes a flyaway helical cutter to efficiently sharpen pencils to safe, rounded tips without oversharpening. A powerful and quiet electric motor delivers reliable sharpening power without disruption, while an Auto-Reset feature prevents overheating and possible damage. Adjustable for six pencil sizes, the X-ACTO SchoolPro Classroom Electric Pencil Sharpener is made to reliably serve large classrooms.

SAVING YOU MONEY: School Supplies

We're wrapping our back to school savings series with a focus on back to school supplies. Believe it or not, there's a way to make the grade and your budget with.

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Carson-Dellosa Space Saving Pocket Chart by Bulk Office Supply

Multipurpose pocket chart is great for classroom management and storage. Pocket chart can also be used to teach character education, language arts, math, science and social studies. Flame-retardant material is durably constructed for long-lasting use. Sturdy grommets allow you to easily hang the chart for quick display and removal. Pocket chart is designed for ages 4 through 14.


School Smart Essay and Composition Paper - 8" x 10-1/2", 16 lb. Yellow by

Wide Red margin for convenient notations and corrections. 3/8 ruling on both sides. Sight-saving yellow can be used for practice and drafts. Standard 16 lb. basis weight sulphite paper. Ruled short way. 500 sheets/ream. Product Type: Paper / Student Paper. Sold as a Pack of 500. Catalog Reference Numbers: RCT81538M; 9085422; 9085422030; 9085422030; 085422030; 9085422030; 9085422; 085422; 085422; 9085422028; 9085422828; 9085422982; 9085422982


Back to school: Family finds savings on supplies - Nanaimo News Bulletin

While back-to-school shopping can eat a hole in the wallets and purses of parents, there are ways to save some dollars. School shopping can be as expensive as Christmas, says K’reen Kerr, a mother of three Rutherford Elementary School students. Handing down clothes and re-using school supplies are strategies she employs. “We actually just got a big bag about a month ago from some friends, so [the kids] picked out their treasures from that and whatever they didn’t want, we passed that on to more families,” Kerr said. If supplies are not worn out and still usable at the end of the school year, Kerr keeps them for use the following year. We actually have bins and at the schools too, they’re pretty good. I take out all their old work from the duotangs and duotangs are super inexpensive, but it’s just part of being environmentally conscious and not thinking you need to buy everything brand new every year,” Kerr said. While saving money is good, she doesn’t recommend cutting corners when buying shoes. Kerr said she spent only $90 on actual school supplies for her children and closer to $300 on shoes. “When it comes to shoes, you can’t really save money because they’re going to wear them until they fall apart,” she said. “Cheap shoes fall apart before they grow out of them, so it’s better just to buy good shoes. Kerr’s economic sense has rubbed off on her daughter, Keoni, a Grade 7 student, who holds down jobs as a babysitter and face painter and is always looking for deals. Don’t buy it if you don’t need it, Keoni Kerr says. “If there’s a sale on something, that doesn’t necessarily mean you should buy it,” she said. “Because that can even lead to wasting money, even though it’s less money than what it would usually be. ”. We encourage an open exchange of ideas on this story's topic, but we ask you to follow our guidelines for respecting community standards. Personal attacks, inappropriate language, and off-topic comments may be removed, and comment privileges revoked, per our Terms of Use. Source:

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  • Back to school: Family finds savings on supplies

    09/08/15 ,via Nanaimo News Bulletin

    While saving money is good, she doesn't recommend cutting corners when buying shoes. Kerr said she spent only $90 on actual school supplies for her children and closer to $300 on shoes. “When it comes to shoes, you can't really save money because 

  • Lower gas prices positively affect county, school budgets

    10/02/15 ,via Brownwood Bulletin

    Brown County and Brownwood ISD are enjoying savings as gas prices in the county have dipped to $1.90 per gallon in recent weeks. With each entity having passed budgets in the past few As gas prices have spiked and dropped over the past five years

  • 2-month sales tax holiday for veterans proposed

    10/03/15 ,via

    The package included a 10-day back-to-school tax holiday, cuts to the communications-services tax on cellphone and cable-TV bills and eliminating for one year sales taxes on college textbooks. The savings are expected to reach $428.9 million.


@LeeJohn_BNS household as a whole as far as savings...and you still have to eat so food,cleaning supplies,kids need stuff for school 09/29/15, @Cherellebaby
For shopper briefings, follow this link: Back To School Supplies Savings|Free Shipping #backtoschool 09/26/15, @ShoppersBriefer


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  • Lower gas prices positively affect county, school budgets

    10/03/15 ,via Brownwood Bulletin

    Judge West said that savings could be as little as $50,000 or as much as $100,000, depending on what happens with the price of gas in the not-so-distant future. While the budget calls for $247,000 in operating supplies ... the school district was active ...

  • How affluent Florida parents pay for their children’s college costs

    10/02/15 ,via The Business Journal

    Nationally, high-net worth parents expected their personal savings to cover 47 percent of their children’s post-secondary school costs. Even though wealthy Floridians expect to pay for the majority of their children’s college tuition and other expenses ...

  • 1st Financial Federal Credit Union Partners with KidSmart to Support St. Louis Students and Teachers

    As the demand for school supplies this year increases ... which returns profits to the members in the form of reasonable rates on loans and higher savings yields. Today, with over 30,000 members and $204 million in assets, 1st Financial is able to serve ...

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