Spring events like proms, formals, graduations, and concerts are exciting times for schools and their communities. However, managing visitors during these events can be a daunting task. That’s where SchoolPass Visitor Management comes in – a powerful tool that can help schools efficiently manage and track visitors during these events.
Here are some ways schools can use SchoolPass Visitor Management to manage visitors for upcoming spring events:
Pre-Registration: Schools can use SchoolPass to pre-register visitors before the event. This can include parents, guests, and vendors. By pre-registering visitors, schools can ensure a smoother check-in process and reduce wait times at the entrance. Visitors can be pre-registered through an online portal, allowing them to input their information and receive a QR code or other form of digital identification. Schools can also set up rules for pre-registration, such as requiring background checks for certain types of visitors.
Check-In: Schools can use SchoolPass to manage check-in for visitors. By scanning the QR code or digital identification provided during pre-registration, visitors can quickly check-in at the entrance. Schools can also set up kiosks or stations to help manage the check-in process. Additionally, schools can set up rules for check-in, such as requiring a security screening for certain types of visitors.
Reporting: SchoolPass provides schools with detailed reports on visitor activity. Schools can use this data to identify trends, make data-driven decisions, and communicate with stakeholders. For example, schools can use the data to identify popular events and measure the impact of their events.
Overall, SchoolPass Visitor Management is a powerful tool that can help schools efficiently manage and track visitors during spring events. By pre-registering visitors, managing check-in, and generating reports, schools can improve the safety and experience of their events.
Learn more about how K-12 schools efficiently manage visitors with SchoolPass for Spring events and beyond.