If you’re rolling out QuickSchools to parents for the first time, we highly recommend putting up a short introductory page on your website for your parents to get started. The web page would answer frequently asked questions like:
- Where do I log in?
- What do I do if I forget my password?
- How do I get help?
- Who am I chatting with?
We’ve actually put together a sample web page located here, which schools are welcome to modify and use on their website:
The Video Tutorial on this page is a little dated, especially since we’re continually updating our software on a regular basis. And so, we’ve put together this new video tutorial to help parents get started with their QuickSchools Parent Portal access. Feel free to share this video with parents for training purposes:
Even with this newest video tutorial, it’s likely that this too will become outdated eventually. So it’s important to remember the basic tips for navigating through the portal. And if you have any further questions or comments, please feel free to chat in.
We look forward to seeing you online!
Other related articles:
15 thoughts on “Parent Portal Quick Guide”
[…] publishing our recent QuickGuide on the Parent Portal for QuickSchools, we thought we’d do the same for non-administrative teachers as well. This video […]
[…] of the awesome features in QuickSchools is the Student Portal. If you’ve seen the Parent Portal, it works very similar. Either way – whether you’re a newbie student portal user or an […]
[…] very easily add/deduct merit points throughout the week. Merits can be shared with parents via the Parent Portal. And you can configure alerts for exceeding pre-defined […]
[…] QuickSchools is proud to announce our new Lunch Ordering app, now available in our App Store. Parents can now easily order student lunches online via the Parent Portal. […]
[…] within QuickSchools that allow teachers to share information with parents who have access to the Parent Portal. Here we discuss a few of those […]
[…] https://blog.quickschools.com/2015/03/28/parent-portal-quick-guide/ […]
[…] books, etc. – basically any charge you set for the students. All they have to do is to log in to Parent Portal (for parents) or Student Portal (for students) to make payment using their credit card. To enable […]
[…] Parent Portal […]
[…] under “Settings” > “Turn Features On / Off”, when you click “Configure” for the Parent Portal […]
[…] gives schools the ability to publish report cards online to the Student Portal and Parent portal. School admin have full control over which report cards get published. When a report card set is […]
[…] Parent Message Board – School administrators can send a school-wide message to all parents via the Parent Messaging Board on the Parent Portal […]
[…] parents to notify the school about late arrivals and early dismissals. A parent simply needs to log into his/her account and fill out the form every time their child comes in late or needs to leave […]
[…] in an unobtrusive manner in QuickSchools. Parents simply see these messages when logging into the Parent Portal. New messages appear at the bottom of the Home screen, just below the Student […]
[…] Parent Portal Quick Guide […]
[…] Parent Portal Quick Guide | School Management … – QuickSchools.com […]