Schoology and Safari Issues
You may encounter difficulty viewing videos from Screencasity when using Safari as a browser (the default browser on Mac devices). These issues are particularly cropping up when watching videos from Screencastify, as well as when using external tools/apps embedded into Schoology like Edpuzzle or CK-12.
If you are unable to view and/or interact with content, especially when other students in the course are able to view and interact with the same content, please try either Google Chrome or Firefox instead.
Parent Portal Account
If you encounter difficulty or need assistance creating your Parent Portal Account, please email the Parent Portal Administrator @ email@example.com
The Parent Portal enables you to stay informed of your student’s progress throughout the year. As a parent, you have daily web access to information that was previously only available through parent/teacher conferences. The Schooltool parent portal is a powerful tool that will keep parents involved so each student can better achieve their potential.
Schooltool Mobile App
The schooltool mobile app is for both student and parent account access.
The SchoolTool mobile application is now available from the iTunes store and Google Play!
The app allows parents/guardians to get assignments, grades and attendance information for all of their children instantly in one view. Students Grades 7-12 also have access to the Mobile app from their smartphone using google login credentials. Users will able to receive push notifications when teachers submit assignment grades.
Downloading the App
You can download the schooltool mobile app from the Google Play Store or App Store, depending on your device:
Once the app is downloaded, enter https://esmst.esboces.org/schooltoolweb/ as the URL.
Students log in with your Google credentials.
Parents username and password is the same as the one used for the Parent Portal website.
For assitance, contact the Parent Portal Administrator @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Eastport-South Manor Central School District was inspired to become a Common Sense Digitally Certified School District because our students were using digital devices and social networking with very little guidance on how to be safe, responsible and respectful citizens. We saw a lack of transfer from real life situations into the digital community. We wanted to diminish the existence of cyber-bullying. We also wanted students to use digital information ethically by taking pride in their own original content and properly citing sources and giving credit to original creators.