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E-hallpass Mentioned: Woodall School Announces Rules for Reopening

This article first appeared in the Talequah Daily Press and was written by Sheri Gourd.

Woodall Public School teachers, from left, Leigh Cooper, Angie Carter, and Ronessa Warren were excited to see students during the end-of-year parade held in March. Photo credit: Sheri Gourd, Talequah Daily Press

E-Hallpass Can Help Schools Prevent the Spread of Coronavirus

As many schools struggle to adapt to the “new normal,” they are adopting policies that will protect students and staff. E-hallpass, by Eduspire Solutions, is a tool that, under “normal” school conditions, provides safety and security through increased accountability, transparency, a reduction in classroom interruptions, helpful insights and reporting, and more. During a pandemic, the digital hall pass solution’s thoughtful features are proving ever-useful in terms of offering additional, intangible protection against the spread of coronavirus.

School in Oklahoma Uses e-hallpass to Limit Student Volume in Shared Spaces

In the above article, Woodall School in Talequah, Oklahoma declares its use of e-hallpass to “limit the number of students in the restrooms, halls, office, and library.” Hall pass volume reduction is just one of the software’s capabilities, however. E-hallpass can also be used for contact tracing, contactless (sanitary and safe) hall passes, location restriction, informed deep cleaning efforts, and more.

Learn More: COVID Protection Features; Schedule a Demo

For more information on how e-hallpass is protecting students and staff all over the country, be sure to read our recent blog post and watch this short YouTube video to learn more. If you’d like to schedule a demo for your school, click here.