Articles Tagged With: PowerSchool Student App
Today we live in an age where Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is changing the way students learn and interact with their environment and their academic peers, and yet today, in 2012 there are millions of new junior high and high school students wandering around campus with a crumpled paper school map and paper course schedule shoved into their pockets. With our updated PowerSchool for Students mobile app and PowerSchool for Parents mobile app, we are happy to announce that’s now a thing of the past! School maps and course …
PowerSchool for Parents and PowerSchool for Students apps, are now available for download from the Apple iTunes App Store! These apps will provide real-time access to attendance, grades, assignments, scores and much more, to users with an Apple iPhone®, iPod Touch® and iPad® running iOS version 4.0 or later and who are currently enrolled in PowerSchool 7.1 or later.
What features will these new apps include? For starters, students and parents can integrate the app with their Facebook and Twitter accounts to share scores and grades with friends and family. Both …
Our team at Pearson is always looking for ways to advance and innovate. With this said, we are delighted to announce the arrival of PowerSchool apps for iPhone®, iPod Touch® and iPad® users! We are truly thrilled to share the news, and look forward to providing you with details as we get closer to the launch date. Stay tuned because you don’t want to miss this!
-Pearson School Systems Team
From left to right:
Chris Bauer, Bhreagh’s Dad
Shelley Richardson, Director of the Kids Help Phone, Atlantic Region
Bhreagh Bauer, Pearson’s 10-millionth student
Ramona Jennex, Nova Scotia Minister of Education
Sheonagh Mc Cullough, Bhreagh’s Mom
Paul Fletcher, President of the School Systems group of Pearson
Eleventh grader, Bhreagh Bauer, from Horton High School in Nova Scotia, Canada, was recently marked as the 10 millionth student to enroll through PowerSchool. Her high school acquired access to PowerSchool through a province-wide initiative called iNSchool—a program intended to leverage technology to support student success. PowerSchool was the central program …