Pricing

Fostering a positive learning environment for students and creating student-educator relationships built on trust are possible with Gotchas Inc.’s latest initiative, Gotchas.com. Discover how little it takes to join the movement for student empowerment by browsing the pricing options below:

  • PLAN A: Teachers and Parents are charged for GOTCHA POINTS: $.10 each (Parents may purchase GOTCHA POINTS for teachers’ classrooms or use at home.)
  • PLAN B: Schools, School Districts, Alternative Schools, & Juvenille Detention Centers may purchase “seat licenses” at just $49 per student for the entire school year.

The Default Plan

The Default Plan allows teachers and parents to register and have their own personal account where they can then purchase gotcha points for $0.10 each. Teachers may register students they wish to work with and then start creating academic, behavioral and/or social goals for them.

The teacher adds the student(s) to their classroom account and automatically the student will have an account and will not have to register themselves. The teachers will then share the student’s login credentials with the student.

Once the student has an account, both teacher and parent can begin creating goals for the student. Teachers can set academic, behavioral, and/or social goals while parents can set chores and common tasks related to school as well like, “My child/student will complete their homework by 7:00 p.m. at night.”

Once the student has an account, both teacher and parent can begin creating goals for the student. Teachers can set academic, behavioral, and/or social goals while parents can set chores and common tasks related to school as well like, “My child/student will complete their homework by 7:00 p.m. at night.”

The School Plan

School districts, individual schools, detention centers, private schools, and charter schools may participate in this model by contracting with Gotchas for as low as $49.00 per child/student for the academic school year if the organization chooses the school-wide plan.

Under this model, teachers will not have to purchase Gotcha points for their respective accounts. Furthermore, under this model, parents will not be able to transfer “gotcha points” from their account to a teacher account since teachers will not be limited to the number of “gotcha points” they can award for goals met.

The reasoning for this is that public school districts and schools may use federal funding under Title I, Title IV, Title VI as well as VIB (SPED) and Gotchas cannot allow the co-mingling of federal funds with funds that may be used by parents to support this project.

However, just like the first model (non-contract model), parents will be able to purchase “gotcha points” to be able to be used at home.