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WHAT IS LIVESCHOOL?

LiveSchool is an app that helps your child’s school create a positive learning environment. Teachers can award points for good behavior and hard work, as well as document negative behavior and comments. By working hard on a regular basis, your child will be able to earn rewards and participate in fun events.

WHAT IS THE GOAL OF THE PROGRAM?

Research shows that one of the biggest factors on your child’s learning is the classroom environment. Using LiveSchool, teachers are able to create a more positive learning environment for your child.

IS LIVESCHOOL FREE?

LiveSchool is completely free for you and your family. You will never see ads in our program and we will never sell your data to third parties.

WHAT SHOULD I DO IF MY CHILD IS NOT MEETING BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS?

Work with your child to set goals for better behavior in school. Consider rewarding your child at home for their progress at school, for instance, with allowance or computer time.

WHAT DEVICES CAN I USE TO GET LIVESCHOOL?

You can access LiveSchool from parent.liveschoolinc.com from your phone, tablet, or computer. Or you can download the LiveSchool Parent app from the App store or from Google play – just search "LiveSchool Parent."

I HAVE ANOTHER CHILD I’D LIKE TO ADD TO LIVESCHOOL. WHAT CAN I DO?

If you have access codes for multiple children, you can add multiple students to your LiveSchool account. If your other child's school does not use LiveSchool, their teacher can sign up for free to start awarding points!

HOW CAN I GET INVOLVED?

Volunteer at school to help chaperone a field trip or school dance. If your school has a store where students can use their LiveSchool points, consider donating items or asking local businesses to donate items.

DOES LIVESCHOOL KEEP A RECORD ABOUT MY CHILD?

No. We delete all personal data about your child at the end of the school year.

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