e-hallpass allows teachers and administrators to provide hallway permissions to students, and to track activity in a school’s hallways. The tool is intended to improve both the accountability of students and staff, and student security. The product is available for purchase on a per-student, per year basis.
Students access e-hallpass via any web browser and write up a request to leave the classroom. This request includes both their intended destination and the reason they wish to leave. Students show the pass to their teacher, who approves it by entering her unique pin number. When the student arrives at his destination, the receiving teacher enters her pin, and the first teacher receives a notification that the student has arrived.
e-hallpass also allows staff to track data on student hallway activity. A timer tracks how long the student spent in between being checked out and checked in, and this information is sent to both teachers. Additionally, the tool will manage an online queue for minor problems for visiting the nurse, and allow librarians to send feedback on student behavior back to the classroom teacher. Finally, staff receive alerts for students who are not checked in to their final destination, improving school security.
As of January 2016, e-hallpass is currently available for the “early bird” price of $.79 / user / year. “Users” include both students and school staff.
WHO’S USING IT?
e-hallpass is currently being used my more than 1,000 students and teachers.
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