Smore for Schools & Districts

Improve engagement across your entire school system

A recent survey shows that only 46.7% of families think the communication they receive from schools is easy to access and understand.

Empower everyone in your organization to collaborate, communicate, and build trust with an easy-to-use newsletter tool.

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Individual logins

Set up educators and staff accounts with role-specific access, then share resources across teams.

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Easy communication

Use responsive templates and translation into 130+ languages to connect with all audiences.

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Branded templates

Ensure consistency with on-brand school newsletters, community resources, and building updates.

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Training & support

Get everyone up to speed quickly with a dedicated account manager and simple training videos.

Your solution for engaging newsletters

Make building newsletters fun and easy

  • Access hundreds of easy-to-edit, responsive templates based on role, communication type, and season 
  • Create branded school and district-level templates for consistency across all outreach 
  • Save time by starting with a pre-made template and using our drag-and-drop builder to add photos, text, and videos that are automatically formatted
  • Make newsletter content engaging and interactive with Canva and YouTube integrations, polls, gifs, and one-click translation
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Encourage collaboration with multiple accounts

  • Invite educators and staff to log in with their own email and password
  • Share templates and folders based on department or grade level 
  • Collaborate with colleagues on newsletter building and editing
  • Add individual users to a Smore for Teams account—they’ll retain all existing newsletters, mailing lists, and settings 
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Measure impact with easy analytics

  • View school-wide analytics and metrics across your entire group
  • Set role-specific views so users can see who opens and clicks their emails, conduct polls, and more
  • Track your most clicked content to know who’s engaging and who needs extra follow-up
  • See team usage and communication patterns
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Provide ongoing support for your staff

  • Set up onboarding and ongoing support with your dedicated Smore account manager
  • Facilitate speedy, painless training for all users with simple instructional videos and step-by-step documentation 
  • Easily manage, add, or remove license members using a dedicated management dashboard, available to all admins
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Access exclusive features for teams and districts

  • Share newsletters through your preferred system with integrations for Mass Notification Systems, SchoolStatus, Blackboard, and Remind 
  • Pay for your Smore for Teams account with a PO, credit card, or bank transfer
  • Set up a custom domain for your newsletters
  • Set user permissions, share templates, collaborate across teams, and access management dashboards
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What is the minimum number of accounts that I can purchase to qualify for Smore for Teams?


What if I’m already a Smore user?


Why would I get Smore for Teams and not just a bunch of single Educator accounts?


Do all users on a Smore for Teams plan get their own accounts?


Do you offer custom domains?


Have more questions? Check out other FAQs or get in touch to learn more.

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“I can’t even think of any other tool that does a better job. And then it also looks amazing and professional.”

Liz Lubeskie
Secondary Coordinator of Online Learning & Tech Integration, Manheim Central School District
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“We knew we had a challenge reaching out to our internal audience and that’s where I’ve seen the greatest influence of Smore: our internal communications and our staff newsletters.”

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Theresa Hamilton
Director of Communications, Garfield RE2 School District
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“My ultimate goal would be for the district as a whole to be using it as a communication tool for parents. Once you can get something that’s consistent across different campuses in different classrooms, then your parents know what to expect, and they know how to find it easily.”

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Ashley Thomas
Communications Officer, Wichita Falls ISD