As a parent, you would love to hear tips, reminders, and good news from your child's teachers no matter how old they get! So as an educator, we invite you to think about sending one post a month to parents! It can be quick and simple. See how :)Read More
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Each new year presents the promise of endless possibilities. As we prepare our mind and body for 2018 today and fuel the new wind beneath our wings to carry us higher, let’s first spend some time looking back at 2017, to which we just bid goodbye to, and how far we’ve come.Read More
We are excited to share with you our newest feature, Social Sharing on ParentSquare.
Share positive news and the amazing activities going on in your classrooms with your entire community on Facebook or Twitter in seconds!Read More
Today we released a major improvement to the Add-Ons page. The page now clearly outlines all ParentSquare features and add-ons that are available and turned on for your school. Clicking on any feature will give a short description and any settings for the feature.Read More
ParentSquare users, you asked and we listened. We are excited to share with you the most requested feature of this summer, ParentSquare Permission Slips! We are happy to announce that parents will now be able to electronically sign online permission slips and forms.Read More
During the past few years, we’ve grown not only in the numbers of schools and users we serve but also the services we provide. As we add more tools towards that goal, our terms and policies need to change to reflect these efforts. Our belief is that these changes clarify and simplify our terms and policies and generally improve your rights under our terms and policies.Read More
Parents are an integral part of a school’s community. Without parent support, schools would not be able to perform certain aspects of the curriculum, programming, or culture at preferred levels. Here are 5 ways you can share with parents on how they can get involved in their child’s learning.Read More
As a teacher you are busy. It is overwhelming to learn new tools, new teaching styles, new curriculum every day. There is no time in the day to add on to that workload. So why should you take the time out to communicate with parents, especially when it is tough to reach the parents that need the most help.Read More