ClassJuggler News - April 2015

Enter Our April Contest - $250 Cash Prize

Our 10th anniversary celebration continues in April with a contest that's gonna be a blast! This is our biggest contest prize to-date: your chance to win a $250 cash* prize in our "Video High-Five" contest! To enter, create a short video of you, your staff, students, or all of you together wishing ClassJuggler a happy 10-year anniversary. Be creative, have fun! The winning video will be decided by online voting.

The Rules:

  • Shoot an original video from your studio, gym, school, or mobile location, wishing ClassJuggler a happy 10-year anniversary.
  • The more the merrier! You, your staff, and your students can all be in the video.
  • The finished video can be any duration under 30 seconds.
  • Upload your video to ClassJuggler and we will post the video to our YouTube channel. To upload your video, click here.
  • Send us an email with your name, business name, and phone number to let us know about your entry at
  • Entrant must be at least 18 years of age
  • Your video must be submitted before Midnight April 20th to be considered.
  • Submitted videos will be judged by ClassJuggler based on originality and creativity, and on meeting the contest qualifications. ClassJuggler will select our favorite submissions and then post them so you and your friends can vote for your favorite finalist between May 1st and May 20th.
  • Entrant does not need to be a ClassJuggler client but must work for, or own, a dance, music, gymnastics/cheer, martial arts, K-12 school, or other business type that ClassJuggler serves.
  • *Winners outside the US and Canada may receive ClassJuggler service credits in lieu of cash award.

March Contest Winners Announced

Here is a list of the winners from our March "Virtual Scavenger Hunt" contest. Each winner received a $50 pre-paid credit card from ClassJuggler.

  • Francine Mira of Kinderdance New Haven
  • Valery Arbelo of the Creative Corner Enrichment Studio

Congratulations to our winners from the entire ClassJuggler team!

Earth Day, April 22nd – 9 Things You Can Do to Be Good To Mother Earth

Encourage your staff and customers to celebrate Earth Day with these ideas:

As busy as we all can get with our jobs, it's a nice time of the year to take a step back and consider our impact on our mother earth, the only home we have. Consider these 9 ideas for improving your impact on our little blue marble:

  1. Plant a Tree – Planting trees helps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, cleans pollution, secures soil in place to prevent erosion, and provides homes for a lot of biodiversity.
  2. Make nature crafts at school or home – Get together with your family and build a birdhouse or make a bird feeder to encourage the local bird population, which plays an important role in every ecosystem.
  3. Learn more about the environment – Earth Day is a good time to make a commitment to learning more about the environment and how you can help to protect it. Borrow some library books and read up on an issue such as pollution, endangered species, water shortages, recycling, and climate change.
  4. Reduce, reuse and recycle all day long – Buy as little as possible and avoid items that come in lots of packaging. Support local growers and producers of food and products - these don't have to travel as far and so reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Take your drink container with you, and don't use any disposable plates or cutlery. Recycle all the things you do use for the day or find other uses for things that you no longer use. Carry a cloth bag for carrying things in and recycle your plastic bags.
  5. Clean up litter – Many groups use the weekend of Earth Day to clear roadways, highways and neighborhood streets of litter that has accumulated since the last clean-up day. Many companies donate gloves and bags for clean-up groups and organize bag pick ups.
  6. Conserve water – As our environment changes more and more due to population and pollution, water will become one of the more scarce resources. Keep a bucket in your shower to fill while the water heats and then use that for your flowers and outdoor plants. Don't leave water running while brushing your teeth or shaving. You can save hundreds of gallons a year with those two simple ideas.
  7. Conserve energy – Go ahead and buy those new CFL and LED light bulbs you know you need. Replace old appliances and double check window, door and attic insulation. Turn off lights when leaving a room or install automatic motion timers on lights.
  8. Buy a carbon offset – Carbon offsets fund reductions in greenhouse gas emissions through projects such as wind farms, that displaces energy from fossil fuels.
  9. Ride a bike or walk – For short trips, consider riding a bike or walking to your local grocer or restaurant. You'll save money, cut emissions and get exercise all at the same time!

Excerpted from the WikiHow Celebrate Earth Day Web site.

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