The ScholarChip One Card is providing Teachers with "more instruction time in the classroom." - Legacy HS Admin.
Watch the report from KFYRTV News. The One Card is being issued at Legacy High School in Bismarck, ND. It is "helping with the efficiency of our Teachers, they get to teach without taking attendance, providing more time for classroom instruction." The ScholarChip One Card is considered the "most cost effective and easy thing to do to take attendance for large auditorium classrooms."
BISMARCK, N.D. - We live in a tap and go world now, and Legacy High School is adding a new technology that makes life quicker and easier for students and teachers.
Legacy is the first school in North Dakota to have a faster automated service that helps take attendance in the classroom. ScholarChip is the new smart ID card-based system that allows administrators to take attendance at a faster rate in large lecture courses.
"It helps us quite a bit in large group because students are able to just scan in on their way in the door. That means that we have way more time for instruction in the classroom," said Dawn Krupinsky, English teacher.
Students at Legacy are excited to be the first school in the state to have this new system.
"It's been pretty cool, it's been a bumpy ride at the beginning, especially for us seniors who've been here for four years. But now that we're finally here, I just wish I could have been here for longer," said senior Naomi Gross. "It's pretty cool because you can just go in and scan in. You don't have to write your name anywhere, you just have to do a simple thing," said Freshman Roy Alicia.
Ryan Riehl, the assistant principal at Legacy says ScholarChip is the most cost-effective, easy thing to do to take attendance for large auditorium classes. "It's helping with not only the tracking of kids, but the efficiency of our teachers and our teachers now get to teach instead of take attendance," said Riehl.
Students say they are happy the school is giving them responsibility by allowing them to have this new technology. So far, Legacy High School has 18 Scholar Chip card readers. If it keeps going well, they plan on adding the readers in every classroom.
ARMET Group Partners with ScholarChip and Zebra for K-12 Smart ID Card Starter Kit Program and Subsidy
ARMET Group, based in Morganton, NC announces the Affordable Smart Card ID Initiative, a cutting-edge program for K-12 schools to implement ultra-secure smart ID card systems for students and staff. Smart cards fulfill an immediate security need for K-12 schools and are a straightforward path to advanced student and campus safety solutions.
ARMET Group Authorized Solution Providers provide sales, service, solution integration and support for ID hardware and software solutions. Located across the continental US, these industry leaders include Bridgeway Solutions, Higgins Corp., Legend ID, Metropolitan Data Solutions, Midwest Card and Newbart Products.
“A safe environment is key to learning, growing, and productivity. Knowing who is on campus and why helps administrators provide the safety and security students deserve and rely on to thrive. Visual identification is the first step in a comprehensive access control and identification management system,” said Mike Bridges, CEO and Chairman of the ARMET Group.
ScholarChip's Smart ID Card Starter Kit is a comprehensive Smart ID Card Solution targeted to meet the needs of underfunded K-12 campuses. Schools can now afford to use smart, chipped cards, which are much more secure and that provide a variety of functions including attendance and point of sale. Schools purchasing the Starter Kit may also qualify for a subsidy to make the program even more affordable.
“Every child in America deserves a safe school environment, and we are creating this initiative so that every student has the chance to be safe, especially those in underfunded school districts,” said Maged Atiya, PhD, ScholarChip CEO/CTO. “Our group of companies is offering this subsidy so that K12 schools can introduce or upgrade to proven Smart ID card technology easily and cost effectively.”
ScholarChip Smart Card ID Starter Kit comes complete with:
Subsidized pricing for the Starter Kit is based on spending per student and free and reduced lunch ratios. The subsidy is available to districts that have no ID card systems in place; those that want to improve their card printer hardware; or those that want to upgrade their existing ID system from plain plastic or swipe cards to new Smart ID Card technology. The Smart Card ID Starter Kit makes enhanced student safety and campus security more affordable than ever - especially for those schools or districts qualifying for the 2016 subsidy. Apply now.
Read Press Release from Lionheart PR New York, New York) dated 4/5/2016