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Driving Positivity and Usage in Kickboard

In addition to Culture Analysis, the School Dashboard is a quick and easy way to keep your finger on the pulse of your school’s usage and positivity. The Dashboard is a valuable

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Driving Usage in Kickboard

FACT: Schools whose principals log into Kickboard daily have higher teacher usage and far more impressive results. FACT: Schools with consistent usage among teachers have the greatest effect on transforming student behavior

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Kickboard Mobile App

The mobile app works on both iOS and Android devices and functions similarly to the Daily Activity page on your school’s Kickboard website. The mobile app is designed to help you track

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Customer Support

Are you a current customer looking for information about Kickboard features? Are you a current customer looking for information about Kickboard features? Click here to search our knowledgebase for information about these

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Four Ways to Ensure Teacher Buy-In

Here are four easy strategies you can incorporate right now to help your staff become more invested in Kickboard and your positive school culture goals. It’s basic human nature to want to

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Kickboard Brag Board

Check out our Brag Board to see valuable practices and impressive results from schools across the US and find out if someone from YOUR school won a prize! Farragut Elementary  |  St.

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New Video: Make the Most of Student Alerts

News Flash! Kickboard has a new text notification feature and we want you to hear first-hand how some excellent leaders are using it. News Flash! Kickboard has a new text notification feature

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Motivate Your Staff to the Finish Line!

You’re not at the finish line yet! Your teachers may be easing up on expectations while running toward the light at the end of the tunnel. Students might be slowing down too

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Make the Most of Text Message Notifications

You can get started with text messaging immediately! Click here for a simple setup guide for Kickboard Text Message Notifications. Imagine this scenario: Mr. Washington is walking around his 3rd grade classroom