Want to keep track of what's going on at Shelbyville Central Schools with your smartphone?
Yes, there's an app for that.
TeacherLists, the smarter way to manage, share and find school supply lists, announces a partnership with SchoolInfoApp to digitally streamline the age-old school supply lists and ease the stress teachers and parents often experience during the back-to-school season.
SchoolInfoApp introduces new school and district mobile app features
School ID’s and Hallpasses Get 21st Century Treatment
SchoolInfoApp Introduces Innovative New Features for School and District Mobile Apps -- Digital Student ID’s, Hall Passes and More Now Included in Branded School Apps
D.215 communicates with students, parents via smartphone app
New app brings ‘real time’ info to Marsh Valley
Providing safe, secure channels for teacher, student communication.
SchoolInfoApp has been recognized for the second consecutive year for making a positive difference in education by K12 leaders who named it to District Administration magazine’s “Readers’ Choice Top 100 Products for 2014".
Charles City Middle School launches new app
Middle school trying app in Charles City district.
Maury County Public Schools now have a free app for iPhone, iPad and Android devices that allows users to access information about every school. The mobile application for cellular telephones can be found in the Apple App Store, and Google Play by searching for “Maury County Public Schools.
Buckeye Local High School Principal Coy Sudvary's love of technology and his personal commitment to making the educational process a positive one is once again making an impact. Students, families, teachers, building staff, sports fans, and even caregivers who have reason to schedule life's plans around the constantly shifting nuances of a busy high school community can now say they have "an app for that."
There’s an app for that!
Want to keep up with the latest events at Jennings High School (JHS) via your electronic device? According to JHS Principal Ben Oustalet, there’s now an app for that.
Communication spreads so fast these days that one Gwinnett principal admitted that some parents knew school was closed recently before he did.
Temple Middle School announced that they now "have an app for that", and that app is TMS SchoolInfoApp.
Mrs. Parmer and Mrs. Limbaugh have worked hard to produce a wonderful looking app showcasing TMS's important information. Temple Middle School is one out of only 6 schools in the entire state of Georgia that has an app for their school.
Why Every District Needs a Mobile App
In January 2012, technology staff at Iudson Independent School District (ISD) in Texas noticed that 1() or more percent of its web- site traffic was coming from mobile devices. Chief Technology Officer Steve Young was concerned: "When l visit a website from my phone, it's not enjoyable. The screen is too small and it can be frustrating to find what you’re looking for.” Young knew that people were using apps for just about everything, and he kept seeing studies showing the prolifera- tion of smartphones and tablets. It was time, he decided, to create an app for his district.
Upstate school gives busy parents app-etite for information
At a National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) conference earlier this year, CMS Assistant Principal Peg Gillard (recently honored for thirty-five years of service to CSD) spoke with a representative from SchoolInfoApp about the possibility of creating an app for CMS that could be used to strengthen and diversify communications and outreach efforts. She later took the idea to the district’s administration for further discussion.
The Hoffman Estates Park District (HEPD) Preschool is now offering parents a new way to keep up to date with their child’s school. HEPD Preschool’s new SchoolInfoApp for iPhone®, iPad® and Android™ devices is now available. The tool enables parents, students, alumni, faculty and staff to quickly access all of the who, what, when and where for the preschool.
Many local teachers and school administrators consider cell phones and other "portable electronic devices" to be a distraction to their students, and a nuisance. One school in the district, however, is embracing the new technology, with its very own application, or "app" as it is commonly known.