We are pleased to share that we have adopted Remind, an easy-to-use communication tool that will allow the school, teachers, students and parents to share one single resource for communication.
You can learn more about Remind here and see why we feel it’s so important to create faster, easier access to communications.
Remind is a safe, secure way for students to connect with their teachers and school-related events, classes, and activities all in one place. The software does not collect or share any personal student information, which is important to us. Best of all, it is very easy to use and will be a great resource for teachers and students.
If you have questions, you can contact the following:
- Email Remind Premier Support: Support@Remind.com
- Local school support team (Remind Trainers or Techcon)
- Help Desk - firstname.lastname@example.org or 487-7524
- Forgot password? - https://www.remind.com/forgot_password
- Didn't receive Remind email? - https://www.remind.com/?sign-up=true
- Want to take some online training courses? Sign up for your Remind Learning Acct. here - https://learning.remind.com/
Trying to join a class? Use the following:
- Text your class @code to 81010
Phone does not support the 81010 short codes (ipad/iMessage??)
- Text your class @code to 415-704-8328
- Text your class @code to 502-694-1142
Communicate with every family in their home language—individually and at scale
March 1, 2021
At this stage of the pandemic, it’s no secret that a strong school-home connection can make or break a student’s learning experience. But in an all or partially virtual world, building and maintaining these connections with parents and families can seem impossibly difficult—especially in multilingual communities. Today, nearly 25% of public school students speak a language other than English at home.
To help you engage with your entire community, no matter the language, we’re proud to introduce preferred language translation on Remind. Preferred language translation lets you effectively reach all families in their home languages—from direct conversations to district-wide notifications.
Reach families in the languages they understand
With preferred language translation, messages are automatically translated into 90+ languages on the Remind app and on the web. Parents can select their home language for messaging on Remind, or teachers and administrators can manually update preferred languages for hard-to-reach families.
Support family engagement with two-way translation
When you send a message to a multilingual group, all you need to do is compose your message in English. From there, you can see which languages your message will be translated into, confirm the number of recipients per language, and preview the translated text, all from one place—no copying and pasting from Google Translate required.
Plus, translations are two-way so you can answer questions and build stronger relationships. When a parent responds to your message in their home language, it’s translated back to the preferred language you’ve set.
Multilingual communication at scale for schools and districts
Along with classroom-level features, organizations with the Remind plan will have access to preferred language translation for community-wide notifications—including school and districtwide messages and for organizations with urgent messaging, urgent announcements. With urgent messaging, non-English speakers will receive a translated, text-to-voice call from a native speaker as a fallback if they are unreachable by text message.
Districts that are eligible to roster through CSV sync can also sync home language data from their student information system (SIS) to Remind to further improve reach.
And, last but not least, we’re introducing two-way, SMS translation as part of the Remind plan so families without smartphones or broadband can still receive (and reply to) messages in their home languages—and help you make communication even easier for everyone in your community.
Preferred language translation is now available!
Remind Training Resources
Remind Handy Resource Links
Get elementary school parents involved in student learning
Parent communication is key for elementary school teachers and administrators. Research shows that the home-school connection is vital for student success, and Remind allows for simple and effective communication that helps parents get involved in their child’s learning.
Improve parental involvement to meet Title I requirements
Across the country, Title I schools are being assessed on their ability to engage parents and families in their children's education. With important resources at stake, administrators are working to develop and implement programs that improve parent communication in a meaningful, measurable way.
Remind System Administrator
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