EHall Pass, developed by Eduspire Solutions, is a cutting-edge tool implemented at Parkway Central in 2019-2020 to enable teachers to easily monitor students’ movements outside the classroom. It features contact tracking, volume tracking, cleaning capabilities, and a contactless pass for safer interactions.
To utilize the benefits of EHallPass, students must be registered with their school and have a valid username and password to access their dashboard. In case of forgotten login credentials, students, teachers, district school administrators, and parents/guardians can retrieve them through the EHall Pass website.
Here are the steps to reset your password for EHall Pass login using Clever:
- Go to the EHallPass website.
- Once you’re on the site, click on the “Login With Clever” button on the EHall Pass login page.
- Click on the “Log in with Clever” button again to access the EHall Pass Clever login page.
- You will see two options for logging in to EHall Pass using Clever: (a) Parents or Guardians and (b) District Administrators. Choose the appropriate option based on your login credentials.
To reset your EHall Pass login password using Clever as a parent or legal guardian, follow these steps:
- Click on the Parent/Guardian sign-in button.
- Click on the “Reset password” button.
- Enter your email or phone number and click “Submit.”
- You will receive an email from EHall Pass Clever with a link to reset your password.
- Click on the link to reset your password.
Here are the steps to reset your EHall Pass login password using Clever for district administrators:
- Click on the “District Administration Login” link on the EHallPass website.
- Click on the “Forgot your password?” button to reset your password.
- Provide your email address for your District Administrator account and click “Submit.”
- EHall Pass Clever will send you a link to reset your password.
- Click on the link sent by EHall Pass Clever to reset your password if you need to change it.
Some safety guidelines for EhallPass passwords:
- Use a strong password: A strong password should include a combination of upper and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols. It should be at least 8 characters long and should not contain any personal information such as your name, birthdate, or phone number.
- Avoid using common words: Avoid using common words, phrases, or patterns that can easily be guessed by others. Examples of weak passwords include “password,” “123456,” “qwerty,” “iloveyou,” etc.
- Don’t reuse passwords: Avoid using the same password across multiple accounts. If one of your accounts is compromised, the hacker can use that password to access your other accounts.
- Enable two-factor authentication: Enable two-factor authentication whenever possible. This adds an extra layer of security to your account by requiring a code sent to your phone or email to log in.
- Change your password regularly: Change your password regularly, at least every 90 days, to prevent someone from guessing it over time.
Potential dangers of having an unsafe password include:
- Account compromise: If your password is weak or easily guessed, your account could be compromised. This could lead to unauthorized access to your personal information, grades, or other sensitive data.
- Identity theft: If someone gains access to your account, they could use your personal information to commit identity theft.
- Reputation damage: If someone gains access to your account, they could post inappropriate messages or change your information, damaging your reputation.
- Financial loss: If someone gains access to your account, they could potentially steal your financial information or make unauthorized purchases, leading to financial loss.
- Loss of privacy: If someone gains access to your account, they could potentially access your private messages or other personal information, leading to a loss of privacy.