Bridging the gap between teachers and parents is a constant battle and school notification systems look to finally provide an effective solution. Schools now have the ability to set up parents notifications that can be used in various ways. Does your child miss a lot of school? Is the campus closed due to extreme weather conditions? Are report cards going home tomorrow?

All of the above questions can easily be relayed from a teacher to the parent of their students via voice, text or email broadcast. The days of sending home written reminders have come and gone - it's time to take advantage of the technology available.

Below we have researched how parent notifications have been used in real world situations in schools around the country.

Case Studies:

"Waiting for a late school bus will be an experience of the past for schoolchildren and parents if they sign on to the Late Bus Notification system via the school district's PowerSchool program. Once enrolled, parents and students are notified via text message, email and website announcements on the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District website. The partnership between the school district and First Student Bus Company is an effort to enhance communication about delayed buses for morning and afternoon routes, but it does not include special education routes, said Bill Bailey, school district spokesman." -

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