As Greeneville City Schools left for spring break in mid-March 2020, school leaders had every intention of returning to the classroom the following week. But as COVID-19 rapidly swept through the area, the decision to move to virtual learning was quickly made.
The school district now needed a way to communicate and engage with their entire school community no matter where they were located.
This case study shares how Greeneville City Schools relied on the SwiftK12 notification system to effectively send digital report cards home electronically, as well as notify students, parents, teachers and staff.
Plus, learn their future plans for implementing the Rave Panic Button mobile app for safety drills and evacuation plans, and alerting key stakeholders during emergencies.