ParentSquare offers checklist
on making the right connection for new school year
How is Your School Doing in Terms of Contactability?
There’s a lot to get done to be sure that the new school year gets off to a great start – including updating parent/guardians’ contact information and ensuring that all data is accurate
How can you keep your contact data clean and reach 100% contactability with parents?
Download this free checklist to see how your school or district is doing in terms of contactability, and find several tips for improving contactability and reaching every family during this new school year.
If you’re interested in learning how ParentSquare can help you easily find and fix bad contact data, please feel free to book some time with me. I’d love to share how other schools and districts have improved contactability rates to nearly 100% after adopting ParentSquare.
ParentSquare joins Corporate Council
NYSCATE is pleased to welcome ParentSquare as a new member of our Corporate Council.
ParentSquare is relied upon by millions of educators and families—including more than 140 districts in New York state—for unified, effective communications from the district office to the individual classroom. It’s all supported by extensive integrations with student information and other critical administrative systems, translation to more than 100 languages, and app, email, text, voice, and web portal access for equitable communication. ParentSquare takes care to protect the privacy of educators, students, and families and maintains compliance with several confidentiality and privacy laws, including Education Law 2-d. ParentSquare, founded in 2011, is at http://www.parentsquare.com.
ParentSquare recognizes the role that CoSN state chapters like NYSCATE play in serving educators and tech leaders in New York state. The Corporate Council gives us an even deeper relationship with K-12 leaders who can help shape our future offerings. We look forward to working closely with NYSCATE and continuing to build relationships with educators across New York state.
Jeremy Tignor, [email protected]
Chad Stevens, [email protected]