eSchool PLUS Mobile App for Home Access Center Users

Mobile App Provides Information to Families, Students on the Go

apps2Delaware public school students and their families now can download a free mobile app that gives them access to vital student information on their phones or tablets. After logging in, parents or guardians and students can choose from easy-to-view icons to access activities, notifications, classwork, report cards, calendar, attendance information, and more. Additionally, the mobile app allows easy access to information regarding a student’s daily schedule.
“This is another tool to make it easier for schools to communicate and share information with those at home and for families to access the information they need to support students’ learning at home,” Secretary of Education Steve Godowsky said.
The mobile application is free to families of schools that have enabled Home Access Center. The app is available for iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch on the App Store, for Android devices on GooglePlay, and for Kindle Fire on Amazon.
Another application for teachers and administrators is expected to be released in the coming weeks.

Lake Forest South is honored to be a Recognition School

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Lake Forest South Elementary School, Lake Forest School District, Recognition School: Students pledge every day to be on track for success, and it is embedded in the culture of the school. South emphasizes teaching and learning, which demonstrates a climate of positive and professional student-teacher-school relationship as well as social and emotional skills training, civic education, and positive support for learning. Data is studied to address students’ needs to grow the students academically, behaviorally and culturally. Staff is encouraged to build relationships with their students and not only learn how they learn, but learn their culture as well. The PBS program also impacts student achievement. Staff meet and discuss data and identify those students who need interventions as well as those teachers who may need assistance in classroom management strategies. If a student feels safe, he or she will perform better in classes, and with the support of all stakeholders, there is a culture of support.


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