Technology | From The School
What is the name of that lunch app? What about the one for buses? ParentVue?
Look no further for information about all the technology that Sato is using to organize information for our students.
DreamBox Learning Math is an adaptive, online K-8 math program designed to complement classroom instruction and deliver results. Your child's teacher will provide you with the login information.
Log In to DreamBox
StudentVUE allows students to access near real-time information on assignments and scores, attendance, class schedules, class websites, course history, grade book, report cards and more.
SchoolCafé is an on-line payment system that is linked to your student's cafeteria. Parents can register for a free SchoolCafe account on the SchoolCafe website. You will need to have your student's 6-digit district ID to do so, which you can get by contacting the school. Payments made are usually credited to a student's account within 2 hours, but may take up to 24 hours, so it's best to make payments at least one day in advance.
This simple, yet informative tool gives parents, guardians and students the ability to know exactly where the school bus is. My Stop graphically displays the school bus's location on a map, as well as the estimated time of arrival (ETA) to a specific student's bus stop. The school bus's location is automatically updated every five seconds (update frequency depends on your GPS hardware and data plan) and the ETA is recalculated to accommodate any delays due to traffic while in route.
Link to MyStop Information
SchoolMessenger is a mass notification system that is used by the Beaverton School District to communicate general, attendance notifications, and emergency broadcasts to parents, guardians, students and staff.