SchoolRack – Keep Parents Informed and Involved

 

Bridge the gap between home and school!

One great challenge for educators today is finding the time and energy to keep parents informed and involved. The same is true for parents. Many dedicated parents are wishing for a more consistent way to stay up to date with classroom news, homework, and grades. SchoolRack provides a free and easy way for teachers to bridge the gap between home and school. Artia Moghbel, founder of SchoolRack, states, “Our mission from the onset has been to seamlessly connect teachers, students, and parents through the Internet.”

SchoolRack, launched in 2003, allows teachers and faculty to create 100% safe and secure, password protected classroom website for free. Since 2003 SchoolRack has relied on user feedback to continuously improve their services.

Free for educators!

SchoolRack provides teachers the ability to easily and affordably build colorful, customizable websites featuring a blog, classroom calendar of assignments, files, clip art, and more – all with no advertisements. In the free package, you are given access to 5 pages, 100MB of storage, 5 assignments at a time, unlimited and private discussion board topics, grade reporting, and 1 mailing list. You can even create your own short and sweet domain name such as “http://www.schoolrack.com/kenuam”.

Free for parents and students!

Using their username and password students can log in and access multiple teachers, view and submit assignments, participate in discussions, or private message their teachers. Parents can log in to view assignments, set email notifications or track changes to teacher websites using a real-time newsfeed, participate in discussions, and private message teachers.

Affordable upgrades available!

For teachers looking for additional data, unlimited pages, assignments and discussion topics, as well as 3 mailing lists, bonus themes, and additional clip art a Plus package is available for $5.95 per month.

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