Starting in the 2020-21 school year, Remind is the notification platform used by 鶹 (replacing SchoolMessenger) to connect with families and staff through text, email and phone broadcasts. It enables district & campus administrators to connect directly with families without making personal contact information visible.

Getting Started

鶹 uses the contact information loaded into Home Access Center to populate profiles in Remind automatically. The first time you receive a message through the Remind system, you will receive an automated message from Remind with instructions on how to claim your account and log into Remind.

If you can’t find the automated Remind message on your device, you can go to the  and type in the email address stored in Home Access Center.

from the  and  app stores to view all communications coming from the district, your student’s campus and your student’s teachers. Remind is also accessible through a web browser at .

Setting Contact Preferences

By default, your profile is configured to receive notifications through all contact points on file with the district – phone number & email address. To turn off notifications for a specific device, follow this set of instructions:

  1. Log into your Remind account
  2. Click your name in the upper left corner and then click on “Account Settings”
  3. Select the “Notification Preferences” tab
  4. Select your preferred way to receive notifications.

To stop receiving messages from a specific Remind class, text @LEAVE @insert class code. Inside of the app or on a web browser, you can select the class, click the gear icon and choose “Leave this class” from the Class Settings menu.

Visit 鶹’s Remind Support page (Support for Students & Parents | Support for Teachers & Staff) for more information, including Frequently Asked Questions.


Stay Engaged with Home Access Center

Home Access Center (HAC), provides families with an online tool where they can view helpful student information to support and guide their children through the educational process. From home or work, at any time of the day or night, parents can access the web portal to track academic achievement. Visit the Home Access Center page to learn more.