The TalkingPoints mission is to help you engage your families. Our focus is serving underserved and multilingual families. Let’s get started!

STEP 1: SIGN IN

To sign into your TalkingPoints account, go to www.talkingpts.org and click on the 'LOGIN' button in the top right corner of the screen to bring you to your district admin page.


STEP 2: REVIEW PERMISSIONS FOR SCHOOLS (Clever/ClassLink only)

As a district admin, you have the ability to adjust permissions for each of the schools in your account. As a default, school admins cannot add additional classes or staff members to their account and teachers cannot add additional students to their classes. To give them these abilities, simply check/uncheck the box as needed.


STEP 3: ENSURE ALL SCHOOL ADMIN HAVE ACCOUNTS

Once in your account, take a look at the list of school admin for each school. If there are any other members of school leadership that do not yet have an account created, you can add them to the school's staff list and give them school admin privileges.

To do this, select the respective school and go to the 'SCHOOL ADMIN' tab. Click on the 'ADD SCHOOL ADMIN' button to input their first + last name, email address and check the boxes for school admin and teacher privileges.

Did you Know?

  • Parents who are signed up for SMS text messages will receive a message that lets them know they can opt out of receiving your messages by texting GOODBYE or STOP at any time.

  • Parents receive text messages, but there is also a TalkingPoints | Parents App that parents can download.

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The more you engage your families the more support they can give your students. Parents appreciate hearing from you!

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More How To Videos, Guides and Printables

Click here to download our Getting Started Guide that will show you how to sign up, set up your class and send your first message.

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