As the first online community to bring together parents, teachers,
students and administrators, MySchoolInfo.org has revolutionized modern
education. By harnessing the power of the Internet, the site guarantees
that no information falls through the cracks, no student is left in the
dark, and most importantly: no parent gets left behind.
Registering with MySchoolInfo.org is easy. All the school needs to provide
is a student roster. This can be filled in on a spreadsheet on the site,
or emailed to us in any format. MyScholInfo will then generate accounts
for the school to distribute to students, parents and teachers. Registration
is free for schools in the North America(USA & Canada)and there is absolutely
no charge to anybody for using the service. Schools from other countries
who wants to use the service,the charge is minimal.
Once an individual account is activated, that user has access to a personal
calendar. Any important reminders that the school administration chooses
to put on the main calendar will appear on every account. Also, students
and parents can enter their own calendar notes, as well as sign up for
specific updates from clubs or activities. Since this program is web-based,
the calendars can be viewed not only from home, but also any mobile device
with Internet access.
MySchoolInfo.org also features a message board that serves as a public
forum. This area of the site is meant for the discussion of anything from
questions in a specific class to general community issues. This way, students
can find help with homework outside of class not only from their teachers,
but also their peers. It also gives students who tend to be quiet in class
a chance to communicate better.
One of the best things about the site is that every user has a personal
email account. This allows the administration to send out mass emails
to the entire school or specific groups. Teachers also have the ability
to email students and their parents if necessary and vice-versa. As with
the calendar, it is also possible to subscribe to specific mailing lists.
In addition, teachers have the option to update information about their
class members’ performance and attendance, but this information
is only visible to the student and his parents. This eliminates unpleasant
surprises come report cards, and also makes it virtually impossible to
cut class without getting caught.
Since our goal is to make MySchoolInfo.org attractive to everybody,
thereby increasing communication among the school community, we’ve
developed an area for students to chat. They can create their own profiles
with photos to talk to their friends, or meet new people. However, Unlike
other chat sites for teens, this one is safe because parents and teachers
have access as well.
The site doesn’t stop where academics end. We strive to include
every aspect of education from the extra curricular, to the logistical.
For example, there’s a cafeteria menu with nutritional information
and a program that maps out local bus routes. There’s even an area
to assist the superintendent’s office in generating annual reports.
We are continually developing MySchoolInfo.org to meet the demands of
our users. We welcome your comments and suggestions on how we can improve
the system to optimize primary and secondary education in the age of information.