Hschooler.net Members Gain Free Access to Homeschool Grade Book, Report Card, and Transcript Tools


OVERLAND PARK, Kan., Aug. 7, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ –Hschooler.net, the family-centric online social network for Christian families, has introduced the Teacher’s Toolbox, a collection of tools for homeschooling families.  The initial set of tools make it easy for parents to enter assignments and test results into a gradebook; for the grades to be automatically calculated and updated to a printable report card; and for the collection of report cards to be reflected in a printable official school transcript.

As with all features of Hschooler.net, privacy and parental controls are central to the design of the Teacher’s Toolbox.  The Teacher’s Toolbox is free for

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members with a Family Account.

“As a homeschooling father, I know that simple administration tasks, accurate record keeping, and generating official documents are all aspects of preparing our kids that can generate undue stress,” Hschooler.net founder Russ McGuire observed. “We wanted to develop and provide the Teacher’s Toolbox so that Christian parents can focus on the joy of homeschooling.”

To see the Teacher’s Toolbox in action, view the video at hschooler.net/tutorials/tutorial.php?id=23.

Hschooler.net is being developed and managed by a collection of homeschooled students under the mentorship of successful Christian businessmen.  In addition to individual Christian families, regional homeschool organizations are also leveraging Hschooler.net to help their members stay connected throughout the year.

For organizations interested in making Hschooler.net, including the Teacher’s Toolbox, available for their members, please contact us at development@hschooler.net.

For more information about Hschooler.net, please visit hschooler.net.

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About Rev. Robert A. Crutchfield

a bi-vocational minister organizing a new church plant in the Katy, Texas Area.

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