Parents need just one login to see information for all of their children, regardless of school; Students can view all of their information in one place, even if they attend more than one physical or online campus.
At the district's discretion, parents and students can access information from any Synergy product in a single location. That includes student information, gradebook data, IEPs, class websites, calendars, and more.
Parents and students can check performance right away to see whether the student is on track academically or if extra help may be needed.
Students can turn in assignments completed in Google Drive™ right from the StudentVUE Digital Dropbox interface. If teachers prefer that students upload their work to Google Classroom™, they have that option as well.
Parents can opt in to get email notifications about school events, attendance, discipline incidents, or when a student performs below a specified grade.
Students can store all assignments in one place.
Synergy makes it easy for parents to communicate with teachers, office staff, and school administrators no matter what language they speak at home. Parents can send and receive Synergy Mail messages without leaving the ParentVUE interface, and Synergy can automatically translate incoming and outgoing email messages, helping to bridge language barriers and broaden parent participation.
Parents and Students can see teacher recommendations, submit course requests, and have prerequisites automatically verified.
Parents can easily update details such as emergency contact or physician information.
Pay school fees anytime - no more checks.
Synergy Our mobile apps for parents and students accommodate families' busy schedule-from work to afterschool activities and weekend events. Parents and students may also have access to the web-based portals at any time.
See attendance and discipline records, conference visits, health office visits, immunization compliance, transcripts, graduation status, and more. District settings determine what parents can see and what students can see.
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