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Skyward's SIS Helping Schools Create Safe & Secure Learning Environment

STEVENS POINT, Wis., June 25, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Are K–12 schools fully prepared for today's digital and physical emergencies? According to a recent federal report, schools are becoming safer, partially through the proactive use of technology. Skyward, an administrative software provider committed to a better experience for every user, is helping lead improvements by encouraging school leaders to leverage an existing tool, their student information systems, to amp up security and ensure protection of their sensitive data.  

Although statistics suggest schools are becoming safer, a recent poll indicates parents feel schools are less safe today than they were 20 years ago. Skyward's SIS aims to alleviate those concerns by giving parents the ability to provide student information such as protection orders against unwanted visitors and reunification instructions to ensure students are paired with the correct guardian in the event of an emergency. Parents can also enter vital health information regarding student allergies and medications, which school staff can view and act on during medical emergencies.

"Skyward continues to help us keep students safe with speed and accuracy—the two most important factors during an emergency," explained Jacque Deckard, data management coordinator at Mooresville School Corporation in Indiana.

Skyward's SIS also provides a real-time notification system, which can send important messages to students, parents, and staff during an emergency. Additionally, school leaders can set up an anonymous tip line within the notification system, offering individuals the opportunity to report incidents such as bullying, self-harm, and possible threats to the school.

"It's important for our students, parents, and faculty to be heard and feel comfortable. Thanks to Skyward, this is possible because they can remain anonymous and still voice safety concerns," explained Lora Lovelace, data management coordinator at Center Grove Community Schools in Indiana.

While physical threats are at the forefront of security concerns, Skyward is continuing to protect districts against data breaches as well. In 2019, dozens of cybersecurity incidents have affected K-12 schools, and 122 similar breaches occurred at schools in 2018. By partnering with ISCorp, a hosting solution, Skyward offers districts the opportunity to host their sensitive information on a secure cloud service, which provides 24/7 monitoring and fail-safe backups.

"When students and faculty walk through school doors, they deserve to feel safe and confident their information is protected," explained Scott Glinski, CEO of Skyward. "As a system that many districts use, we recognize our role as part of the solution, which is why we will continue evolving our software to defend against all threats, both digital and physical."

If you're interested in learning more about how Skyward is improving student safety and data security, visit booth (#2930) at ISTE 2019.

About Skyward
Skyward's administrative software solutions are used by more than 2,000 public sector organizations worldwide, from small entities to statewide implementations. Since 1980, Skyward has remained committed to a better experience for every user. To learn more, visit www.skyward.com. 

 

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