Comply Best Practices: Three More Ways to Use Comply!

School Districts use Comply to track Annual Reporting Arrest and Convictions (Act 24), Emergency Drills, and the status of Continuing Professional Education Hours!   Marion Center Area SD is using Comply to track the Annual Reporting Arrests and Convictions (Act...

COMPLY Case Study: Northeast Bradford School District

Client: Sharon Goble, Administrative Assistant/Board Secretary   Challenge: To efficiently track and manage Act 48 hours, mandated trainings and clearances for the district. Manually entering each teacher’s Act 48 hours into a spreadsheet to submit to the Pennsylvania...
Comply Best Practices: Three More Ways to Use Comply!

Comply Best Practices: Three More Ways to Use Comply!

  PA School Districts take advantage of Comply to track compliance items such as Annual Reviews, Coaching Courses and Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA):   Susquehanna Community SD is using Comply to complete their Employee Policy Annual...
Comply Best Practices: Three More Ways to Use Comply!

COMPLY Case Study: Apollo Ridge School District

Client: Beth Primm, Secretary-Athletics, Curriculum, Homeschooling, New Teacher Induction & Technology and COMPLY Portal Manager   Challenge: To efficiently track and manage Act 48 hours, mandated trainings and clearances for the district.   Solution: We use...
Comply Best Practices: Three More Ways to Use Comply!

Comply Spring Newsletter 2019

  Welcome to the first edition of Edulink’s Comply Newsletter! We hope that Comply has made some of your administrative processes easier this school year. We’d like to thank everyone that participated in our first Annual Survey! Your feedback is critical in...
Comply Best Practices: Three More Ways to Use Comply!

Comply Best Practices: Three NEW Ways to Use Comply

School Districts take advantage of Comply and use it in unique and creative ways:   Cranberry Area SD is using Comply to track their teacher’s Level I to Level II Certificate status.  Due dates are entered and emails are automatically generated, reminding...