Get entire communities — families, teachers, and students — on the same page is the most productive way to shape a student's growth and ensure student success. As a tool for school-parent engagement, Hero allows:
By bridging the communication gap between school and home, educators can get more people participating in a student’s success
Reach families in real-time with push notifications from the Hero App (or emails, if they prefer) so they are aware of what’s happening with their student and can take the next steps:
They’re your goals, Hero just helps all stakeholders see them, providing next-level visibility to school-wide behavior programs and individual student goals.
With Hero’s new student app, students see their points and acknowledgments in real-time, use their Hero passport to check into events (or detention), view their schedules, and historical data on their progress. Schools can enable push notification reminders about check-ins, goals achieved, or attendance reminders.
More engaged families result in higher-performing students. By using Hero to bridge the gap between families and the classroom, school leaders are able to adapt to hybrid learning models and pave the way to student achievement.
To say teachers are "busy" would be an understatement. With Hero, teachers can initiate meaningful dialogue with families without adding mountains of paperwork to their already busy schedules.
When you give families an easy way to get engaged, they can support SEL, behavior & academic initiatives you’re working on in school—at home.
Give students a sense of where they fit in and what’s expected of them —the big picture. When they can see their progress and receive consistent feedback they are accountable for their success.
Open the lines of communication between school and home—and no one else. In Hero, student behavior conversations are kept private and are visible only by the administrator, teacher, and family. Even the parent/guardian's account setup is done with security measures in place. Schools issue their own "keys" for parents to set up their individual portals, ensuring that the accounts are secure, right from the beginning.
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