Northshore School District launches mobile app

  • Thursday, April 20, 2017 6:46am
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The Northshore School District is launching a new mobile app to help connect families, students, staff and community members with district news, calendars, menus and much more.

“We are so excited to offer this new tool for our district community,” Northshore Superintendent Michelle Reid said. “We know that more and more of our busy families are accessing information on-the- go, and we want to ensure we are reaching them through the devices they use every day.”

The mobile app is free and available in the App Store or Google Play (iOS or Android only) by searching for “Northshore School District.”

Anybody can download the app, but families can take the additional step of logging in to access school notifications and individual student information such as grades, attendance, meal balances, checked-out library books, bus stops and more.

The district’s Mobile App webpage at provides more information about its features and offers step-by- step login instructions for families.

“We welcome feedback from users as we continue to refine the mobile app to fit the needs of our community,” said Director of Communications Casey Henry. Users are invited to email feedback to

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