FileBound empowers faculty by giving them more time to focus on work that really matters – like student achievement.
We get it. The demands and expectations for K-12 school systems continue to grow while budgets don’t. That’s why K-12 school districts nationwide use FileBound’s process automation and document management software to reduce operational expenses while improving responsiveness to students, families, faculty, and other schools.
FileBound improves and streamlines central office duties, and also allows permissioned faculty to better serve students by giving them secure access to manage, store, and collaboratively update student items.
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K-12 Districts | Overview
FileBound’s Workflow Process Automation & Document Management solutions are designed to modernize and revolutionize your school district’s processes. See how FileBound can help you and your staff improve processes so you can focus on what really matters – students and their families.
K-12 School Student Solutions | English Learners
FileBound grants staff quick access to student documents when building and managing requests for specific learning plans – like English Learner programming, plus other student services like special needs assistance, accelerated learning programs, transcripts, and more – all while automatically enforcing stringent, permissions-based user security to safeguard student data and satisfy state and federal compliance standards.
School Management Solutions | Internal Efficiencies
How much more could your staff be doing to help your students? Does your district staff have the tools they need to stay organized and achieve success? Your K-12 school district already has the right resources in place – a dedicated, hardworking team. FileBound takes care of those daily, time-consuming tasks, so they can focus on more important work.
Student Safety & Intervention in K-12 Schools
Does your staff have the tools they need to be aware, up-to-the-minute, of ongoing counseling or disciplinary incidents or safety concerns? What if you could automatically create a “Red Flag Alert” notification so teachers are aware of items to keep an eye on? Can current procedures be automated so that all team members and appropriate department heads, security staff, and even parents are aware of a potential threat or need for a counseling or security intervention?
Just think of all the processes and documentation around hiring new faculty or approving new volunteers to work within the district. What if you could create ways to automate tasks to data collection was quick and easily, potential new hires could submit paperwork online, and personnel or volunteer files were intuitively compiled with very little work needed by administrative staff?