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Print Parent Letters

At Prodigy, we know it's important to keep parents aware of what their children are doing in the classroom, but also to get them involved! Sending Parent Letters is a great way to do just that.

 

Our personalized parent letters include: 

  • Student Username and Password
  • Information about Prodigy
  • Instructions for the parent to create a free Prodigy Parent Account

If your students are learning from home, you have the option to download student login information as individual PDFs. Then, you can easily email student information to parents as a PDF attachment.

IMPORTANT: Parent letters contain a student's unique username and password and should be kept confidential to prevent any unauthorized access.

Do not post this PDF document online on any channel or website accessible to someone who is not the parent. We highly recommend you share this information with parents directly on 1:1 channels like SMS, email or print.

Click here to find more information on how to email parent letters.

To access parent letters in PDF format for easy printing, take the following steps from your classroom page: 

Please Note: Accounts linked with Google account information cannot be displayed. You will need to contact your admin or Google for this information.

1. Select the class that you'd like to print parent letters for.

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2. Select Students from the left side of the page.

3. Select Get Parent Letters. 

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You'll then be presented with 3 options:

English - Single PDF

This will create a single PDF, with all of your students' Parent Letters within it.
English - Individual PDFs 

This will create an individual PDF for each of your students so that you can easily email their information to a parent or guardian.

Español (Single PDF)

This will create a single PDF in Spanish, with all of your students' Parent Letters within it.

4. Share the letter with parents.

We strongly advise against posting students’ login information online or distribute it through other channels that could be accessed by unauthorized individuals.

Here are some of the most common ways teachers are sharing this information with parents: 

 


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