Can Parents join groups?
Can parents directly message their student’s teacher(s)?
How can I get more information about Privacy?
- Your student’s teacher: The teacher can retrieve parent codes from their “members” page and distribute them to parents.
As a parent, what can I see from my Writing Service account?
No, at this time parents are not able to join groups.
Parents are not able to see the following in their account:
Yes. You can use the same code to create two parent accounts and add the student to both accounts.
Can two parents create separate accounts for one child, using the same parent code?
Yes. Select the “Add a Student” button on the top navigation bar. Enter the student’s parent code, select your relationship to the student and click “add”.
Do I need a parent code for each class my student is in?
If you forget your password you can click on the “Forgot?” button on the Writing Service home page. You will receive an email with instructions on how to recover your password. If you have any issues please contact support@Writing Service.com for further help.
I am both a teacher and a parent. Can I merge my Parent and Teacher accounts?
What if I forget my password?
Can I have more than one student (i.e. child) on my account?
Parents are able to see the following in their account (for their student only):
No. At this time this feature is not available.
No. Once you create your parent account, you will be able to see assignments, grades, etc. for all your student’s classes.
How do I get a parent code and create my account?
No, you cannot merge the two accounts. Each account has special and unique functions that serve a specific purpose, and therefore, the accounts are kept separate. You can easily register for two different accounts.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Parent accounts are a great way for parents to observe and stay up to date with their child’s Writing Service activities. With more and more parents signing up for Writing Service, we wanted to provide additional information and tips on how to get started, as well as our most frequently asked questions from parents.
5 Tips to Help Parents Get Started:
Parent codes can be retrieved from one of two places:
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