After implementing the digital HallPass by KIDaccount, this high school teacher speaks honestly about her experience using the safety and accountability software. “KIDaccount’s tools, along with excellent customer service, are surpassing our expectations and we are excited to move forward with the product next school year.”
At the MAESP 2023 Leadership Conference, various school leaders spoke on a school safety panel. They discussed how an integrated and automated dismissal improved relationships between school staff and community, while providing additional layers of security and accountability for students.
The St. Louis Post Dispatch published a press release announcing the implementation of KIDaccount's Carline Management product to the Kirkwood school system. Read the full press release to learn more.
While we continue to work to make schools as safe as possible, there will still be events out of our control. How we respond to those events will make the difference in the recovery in the aftermath of an emergency or tragic event. Remember, there is no timeline on reunification. The number one priority is to make sure the students are safe and that families get reunified safely and securely.
President Waller Martin of the Alabama Association of Elementary School Administrators (AAESA) discusses why he loves KIDaccount as a school safety and dismissal solution, and how KIDaccount has changed his school for the better.
What a year! It’s been an incredible 2022 meeting amazing people at trade shows in cities throughout the country to ensure we are putting out the best product possible. In 2022, KIDaccount introduced key enhancements to drive up value for our customers. Click the link below to learn more about the enhancements. Thank you so much for your support in 2022. We can’t wait to get started in 2023!
We are thrilled to announce our winner of the $500 grant from the summer newsletter is Hornet Park Elementary School in Beech Grove, IN! Principal Erin Probus will use the funds to pilot KIDaccount in an effort to update and improve their dismissal process.
For educators, summer is a time for relaxing, recharging, and retooling. Let’s face it, educators are naturally curious, life-long learners. We yearn to learn as much as we can so we can be our best selves for our kids. As you begin your summer, let’s talk about those three big Rs - Relaxing, Recharging, and Retooling.
Bethany Petty is a teacher at Central R-III School District in Park Hills, MO. In this guest post, Bethany explores activities for the end of the school day that are both effective and engaging.