Baldwin UFSD Mobile App and Reach

  • Baldwin UFSD Is Going Mobile!  

    Mobile App

    Baldwin Union Free School District (UFSD) is excited to launch a mobile app to serve as a unified location for all district and school communications, as well as frequently used resources for parents and students. With the mobile app, families, students, and district employees can access real-time information anytime, anywhere! 

    Two-Way Communications Platform for Teachers and Parents – Reach

    Within the new mobile app, the district has also incorporated a new communications platform called Reach. Similar to Remind and Class Dojo, Reach allows for two-way communication between parents and teachers. Teachers can create conversations to give feedback, information on upcoming assignments or required paperwork due dates, and class information and events. Parents and guardians can, in turn, reply directly to the teacher. The easiest way to access Reach is through the Baldwin UFSD mobile app. 

    Other Advantages of Using the Baldwin UFSD App

    • Quick access to frequently used resources, such as My School Bucks, Virtual Backpacks, and more!  
    • Ability to personalize settings based on communication and school preferences
    • Central location for all district and school communications, including news about our students, staff and schools 
    • Emergency push notifications available to any Baldwin parent, student or employee who downloads the app

    Next Steps: 2022-2023 Launch

    Baldwin UFSD will pilot the mobile app with Lenox Elementary School families and staff first. The district will then introduce the app to all the other elementary schools and eventually, to all parents/guardians and students district wide this school year.

  • What are the benefits of downloading the Baldwin UFSD mobile app?

  • What is Reach?

  • Is there training on the Baldwin UFSD mobile app and Reach?

  • How do I get the Baldwin UFSD mobile app?

  • What is the difference between Reach and the Baldwin UFSD mobile app?

  • Will the app replace email messages, text messages, and phone calls from the district?