It's available for for Apple or Android. District Director of Marketing and Communications Wendy Johnson says you can check on your student's grades, school calendars or even make payments. She hopes that there will be 2,000 downloads in the first 30 days.
"The app will push notifications out on such things as snow days, or other district emergencies," Johnson said. "It will allow parents to choose whether to follow the district, whether to follow their school," she added.
Johnson admits the district is still working on how to deliver the most sought-after information -- what's on the school lunch menu. CLICK HERE for more information about the app.