Whether it's inclement weather, a security threat, or a special announcement, Notify helps administrators get important messages out to all stakeholders, as soon as possible.
Length, subject matter, and timeliness are all factors to consider when choosing how best to communicate with your audience. Senders can select one or more methods of delivery for their communication including call, text, and email.
E-mails and texts can be translated into the recipient's preferred language eliminating a significant barrier that can hinder inclusivity and trust. Language translations provide greater communication equity within your district.
Schedule district-wide messaging for peace of mind. Plan messages in advance so parents receive them at the optimal time.
Reduce the potential for absenteeism and help parents understand the importance of their child being in school every day. A missed class is a missed learning opportunity that is costly for students and the district.
Simplify audience selection to just those people who need to know. Whether updating staff to an impromptu meeting or alerting a grade-level to a field trip change, Notify makes specifying your audience easy.
We want as many ways to reach parents as possible. Our teachers LOVE SchoolStatus, using it to document contact and support. The ability to reach ALL parents on a campus or the whole district is important as our ‘normal’ changes. --Dr. Charla Rudd, Assistant Superintendent
Five clicks...that is what it takes to communicate with every parent in our district using SchoolStatus's new mass communication tool. SchoolStatus has made it virtually effortless to reach all parents in our district utilizing a single platform. Teachers in our district have used SchoolStatus as the main form of communication with parents, and the administrative team has used it to send out both school-specific and district-wide announcements. The ability to be able to send and document communications with parents has never been easier. --Jill Melton, Technology Coordinator
When you consider a student’s academic achievement, it becomes readily evident that no one person alone contributes to success. This idea is at the core of Joyce Epstein’s theory of parent involvement. Specifically, students are most successful when parents, educators, and community endeavor together to support learning and development (Epstein, 1995).
Epstein’s model is the most recognized and most tested theory of parent involvement associated with student success. We pride ourselves at SchoolStatus on following best practices while striving to reset the status quo.
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