Parent Life

Research on the effects of parental engagement has shown a consistent, positive relationship between parents' engagement in their children's education and student outcomes. Studies have also shown that parental engagement is associated with student outcomes such as lower dropout and truancy rates. Whether or not parental involvement can improve student outcomes is no longer in question.

Here's how parents view their child's grades, attendance, etc. on TeacherEase:

 

  1. For security reasons, parents CANNOT create their own accounts. Your child's teacher must set it up for you. 
     

  2. At least one of the student's teachers must use TeacherEase. 
     

  3. The parent/student provides their email address to the teacher (or school). The teacher (or school) will typically request the email address in a letter, at registration, at back to school night, etc. 
     

  4. The teacher (or school) enters this email address into TeacherEase for each student. TeacherEase creates a parent account with access to these student(s). Your email address will be your login when accessing TeacherEase. 
     

  5. TeacherEase will send a "welcome" email with login and password information to the parent. Once you receive this email, you should be able to login. If you haven't received this "welcome" email please contact your teacher directly. 
     

  6. The parent can then use this login/password to access their student's information. Go to www.TeacherEase.com, click "Login", and fill in your information.

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School Communication

Remind 101 Education. 

Remind is a communication platform that helps every student succeed. Whether you're in the classroom, at home, or anywhere in between, Remind makes it easy to stay connected to your school community.

* Send real-time messages to any phone.

 

ClassDojo is a classroom communication app used to share reports between parents and teachers. It connects parents and teachers on a student's conduct and performance through real-time reports as well as a feed for photos and videos during the school day.