Class Dojo - Visit your child's teacher webpage to join their Class Dojo
What is Class Dojo?
ClassDojo is a school communication platform that teachers, students, and families use every day to build close-knit communities by sharing what’s being learned in the classroom home through photos, videos, and messages.
Stay connected with your child’s classrooms on ClassDojo. You can see all of your child’s feedback from teachers, hear important announcements and updates, and see photos and videos from class! You’ll also be able to see your child’s classwork on their own Student Story.
Parents can use any iOS device, Android device, Kindle Fire, or computer to connect! You can also read all Class Story posts in your preferred language instantly.
How to connect with your child’s class
Your child’s teachers will need to invite you to join their class. They can either invite you by text, email, classroom link or send home a parent code.
Safe for all All of your child’s information is kept safe on ClassDojo. Only they, their teachers, and you as their parents can see their information. ClassDojo is COPPA-compliant and fully support FERPA. If ever you’d like to review or remove your child’s information, please email the ClassDojo Parent Support team at firstname.lastname@example.org
What if a parent was connected last year to their child?
Students can add all of their student codes to the same account and track their progress across multiple classes. It’s simple!
How far back in time can parents see feedback points?
Parents can see the last two weeks of their child’s feedback points. If parents would like to view a longer history, they can contact their child’s teacher or the ClassDojo team. Parents can enter multiple parent codes to their account, letting them connect with all of their children’s classes.
When do parents get notified by ClassDojo?
ClassDojo notifies parents whenever they receive a new private message, a new Class Story post is added, their child has posted to their Student Story, and on Friday to review their child’s feedback from class.