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Common Misconceptions About Home Again Microchip Registration Debunked
When it comes to ensuring the safety and well-being of our beloved pets, microchip registration is an essential step. One popular provider of this service is Home Again. However, there are various misconceptions surrounding Home Again microchip registration that need to be debunked. In this article, we will address these misconceptions and shed light on the importance of microchip registration for pet owners.
Myth 1: Microchips are GPS Trackers
One common misconception about microchips is that they function as GPS trackers, enabling you to track your pet’s location in real-time. However, this is not the case with Home Again microchips or any other standard microchips used for pet identification. Microchips do not have built-in GPS technology.
Microchips are actually small devices, about the size of a grain of rice, which are implanted under your pet’s skin. They contain a unique identification number that can be scanned by a special device called a microchip reader. When found, the chip allows the person who found your lost pet to contact the appropriate registry and reunite you with your furry friend.
Myth 2: Microchipping Is Painful for Pets
Another misconception related to microchip registration is that it causes significant pain or discomfort for pets during the implantation process. While it is true that mild discomfort may occur during implantation, similar to getting a vaccination shot, most pets handle it quite well.
The procedure itself involves injecting the tiny chip beneath your pet’s skin using a hypodermic needle. This is usually done between the shoulder blades or on the back of their necks. The process takes only a few seconds and does not require anesthesia in most cases.
It’s important to note that veterinarians take all necessary precautions to ensure minimal pain and discomfort for your furry companion during the procedure. The benefits of microchip registration far outweigh any temporary discomfort your pet may experience.
Myth 3: Microchip Registration Is Not Necessary If My Pet Has a Collar and Tags
Some pet owners believe that if their pets wear collars with identification tags, microchipping is unnecessary. While collars and tags are indeed important for identifying your pet, they can easily become lost or removed. This is where microchip registration comes into play.
Microchips provide a permanent form of identification that cannot be lost or removed. Even if your pet loses their collar or tags, the microchip will always remain safely implanted under their skin. In fact, many shelters and veterinary clinics routinely scan lost pets for microchips to reunite them with their owners.
Additionally, it’s worth mentioning that Home Again offers additional benefits beyond just registration, such as access to a 24/7 lost pet recovery network and medical assistance hotlines.
Myth 4: Microchips Can Cause Health Problems
There is a common misconception that microchips can cause health problems for pets. However, extensive research has shown that the risks associated with microchipping are minimal.
The materials used in microchips are biocompatible and do not cause adverse reactions in the vast majority of animals. In rare cases where complications occur, they are usually due to improper implantation or infection at the injection site. These issues can be minimized by having a qualified veterinarian perform the procedure.
Pet owners should consult with their veterinarian to address any concerns they may have about potential health risks associated with microchipping. The benefits of permanent identification provided by microchip registration far outweigh the rare instances of complications.
In conclusion, debunking these common misconceptions about Home Again microchip registration helps clarify its importance for pet owners. Understanding that microchips are not GPS trackers but provide unique identification numbers is crucial. Recognizing that any discomfort during implantation is minimal and temporary is essential. Realizing that microchipping complements collars and tags by providing permanent identification is vital. And finally, acknowledging that the health risks associated with microchipping are minimal ensures responsible pet ownership. By registering your pet with Home Again microchip, you are taking a proactive step towards their safety and ensuring a higher chance of reuniting in case they ever go missing.
This text was generated using a large language model, and select text has been reviewed and moderated for purposes such as readability.
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Returning Student Verification 2023-24 for students who were enrolled for the 2022–23 school year is now open. Primary Guardians will be able to access the enrollment verification forms through their Home Access Center (HAC) account . Read more about Returning Student Verification for 2023-24 . Note : If you have applied for a transfer that has not yet been processed, you will see your home campus listed as your school. Please continue with Returning Student Verification using home campus.
Home Access Center (HAC) provides families with an online tool where they can view helpful student information to support and guide their children through the educational process. From home or work, at any time of the day or night, parents can access the web portal to track academic achievement.
- Grade notifications
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- Leander ISD will generate and send Home Access Account information for Parent / Guardian 1 and 2 on the student’s record.
- If additional parents/ guardians need access, please contact your campus registrar.
- If your forgot your username / password, please try the password reset functionality on the HAC website or contact your campus registrar.
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Home Access Center (HAC) Guide
Home Access Center (HAC) is a browser-based student information system that allows you to view student grades, attendance and scheduling information as it is entered in the school district’s database. Parents / Guardians and Students can use Home Access Center to view student information.
Home Access Center Menu
The menu options in the Home Access Center banner provide access to HAC’s main pages. Clicking an icon displays a page with related tabs, each of which is a self-contained page of information on your student. For example, the Grades option displays a page with tabs on Interim Progress Reports (IPR), Report Cards, and other subjects associated with grading. Clicking a tab displays the page indicated. Most HAC pages also include links that when clicked, display a window with additional details. The following pages can be accessed using the menu options in the HAC banner.
- Week View – Displays a student’s attendance, scheduling, and grades for the current week. Previous and future weeks can also be displayed. Links are provided for viewing details on individual courses, accessing student fee information, and emailing teachers.
- Calendar – Displays a month-view of the student’s attendance, scheduling, and grades. Checkboxes are provided for configuring the type of information that displays, while buttons are included for changing the calendar to a daily or week view. Previous and future months can also be displayed.
- Month View – Displays a month-view of the student’s attendance that can be toggled to access all months within the current school year. A color legend identifies the type of attendance displayed. Place the mouse pointer over a day to view more detailed information on absences and tardies.
- Classes – Displays course assignments, including the dates assigned, due dates, categories, potential points, and scores for the Gradebook assignments available in a class. When assignments are ordered by class, class average information is shown below the student’s list of assignments. Teachers can select whether an assignment and its score should be published for HAC. However, unpublished assignments may be included in the student’s averages for a course. Most LISD Teachers use Google Classroom, so the Classwork feature may not be utilized fully at this time.
- Schedule – Displays the student’s schedule for the entire year. Dropped courses may also be displayed. You can also select to display the list of requests for the next school year in a separate section at the bottom of the page. Links are provided for viewing detailed course information and sending emails to teachers.
- Interim Progress Report – Displays the student’s most recent interim progress report, including courses, marks, and comments for an Interim Progress Report (IPR) run based on information in the IPR data warehouse. If comments were entered for the student, a comment legend displays below the course information. In addition, you can select to view any previous IPR run for the current year for which the data warehouse is available.
- Report Cards – Displays information from the student’s most recent report card run. The page lists marks, comments, and absences related to the student’s courses or competencies.
- Test Scores – Displays all standardized test scores stored for the student in the eSchoolPLUS Test Center.
- Demographic – Displays the student’s basic demographic information.
- My Alerts – Allows guardians and students to subscribe to alerts for sending emails on grades.
- My Account – Allows guardians and students to change their HAC passwords and modify the challenge questions that are asked when users forget their passwords.
- Logoff – Closes the current HAC session, and returns you to the Log On page.
- Change Studen t – Allows guardians who have two or more students to display a pop-up window for selecting another student.
Updating Parent Contact Info in HAC
Step 1. Log onto HAC
2. Click on the Registration Icon
3. On the “Contacts” bar, select the Edit button
4. Modify your phone numbers and your email address and then click the “Save” button
5. Please do not update the student email address. This is set by LISD. If you make changes to the student email address it will be revert to the district assigned email address each morning.
Mobile App: “eSchoolPLUS Family” Available Now
Check out the mobile Home Access Center app – eSchoolPLUS Family – for an optimized viewing experience on your mobile device! The eSchoolPLUS Family app displays most of the same information as HAC on the web, but in a mobile-friendly format.
To download to your Apple, Android, or Kindle mobile device, search your app store for “eSchoolPLUS Family” or click one of the following links: iOS (Apple) | Android | Kindle
The first time you open the app, you will be asked for your district. Search for and select Leander ISD. Then use the same login and password that you use for Home Access Center to access your records.
If you are using the mobile application and are interested in looking at detailed grade information, please make sure you are looking under the Classwork icon. Once in the Classwork area, you will need to scroll left and right by week to see specific grade details. Also, please remember that teachers have the ability in the grade book to weigh assignments differently depending on the assignment category and tasks. This information is not easily seen on the mobile application, but is available through the Home Access Center website.
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Digital Report Card Information
Leander ISD has transitioned to online report cards and progress reports, which can be accessed ( viewed and printed ) by students and parents through the Home Access Center tool.
If you have not yet logged into your Home Access Center account, please do so prior to the release of report cards to ensure the system has all of your students.
While LISD is working quickly to address customer service requests, please allow 3 business days for resolution of your issue. If you are unable to access Home Access Center and your family needs a printed report card, please contact your campus registrar.
Grade Book Alerts
eSchoolPLUS triggers grade alerts off the due date of the assignment, not the grade itself. If a teacher enters a grade within two days of the due date, a corresponding grade alert is sent to parents. If a grade is entered beyond the due date, an alert would not be sent. Leander ISD does not feel the current configuration of eSchoolPLUS alerts works well for our teachers or our families, and we have requested a product enhancement for changes.
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1 – Focus / Prepárese Your child does not demonstrate the current nine-weeks expectation. This may be attributed to a lack of exposure or limited understanding; extra support is needed. Su niño(a) no demuestra las expectativas para el actual ciclo de nueve semanas. Esto puede atribuirse a falta de exposición o comprensión limitada; necesita apoyo adicional.
2 – Get Ready / Preparado Your child can perform the outcome with intensive, one-on-one teacher assistance and support from peers. Your child is ready for practice and instruction. Su niño(a) puede desempeñar la tarea con asistencia del profesor(a) y apoyo de compañeros. Su niño(a) está listo para la instrucción y práctica.
3 – Set / Listo Your child demonstrates the outcome independently with only occasional, minor support from the teacher. The expectation is set and ready for application. Su niño(a) demuestra un desempeño consistente e independiente. Conoce la expectativa y la puede aplicar.
4 – Go / Ya Your child goes beyond the targeted nine-weeks expectation and can begin working toward the end-of-year expectation. Su niño(a) va más allá de las expectativas diseñadas para el ciclo de nueve semanas, y puede comenzar a trabajar hacia la expectativa de final de año.
M = Mastery/Dominó la destreza S = Satisfactory/Satisfactorio D = Developing/En desarrollo, aún no ha dominado la destreza NI = Needs Improvement/Necesita mejorar A = On/Above Level / A nivel/por encima B = Below Level/Por debajo P = PACE (2nd-5th) C = Approaching the Zone of Biliteracy / Aproximándose a la Zona de Bialfabetismo Z = In the Zone of Biliteracy/En la Zona de Bialfabetismo T1 = On Track/Desempeño a nivel de grado T2 = At Some Risk/a cierto riesgo T3 = At Risk/Desempeño por debajo nivel de grado
Comment Codes/Códigos de comentarios
1: Satisfactory Effort / El esfuerzo se satisfactorio
2: Effort Needs Improvement / El esfuerzo necesita mejorar
3: Follows expectations and takes responsibility for own actions / Sigue las expectativas y asume la responsabilidad de sus propias acciones.
4: Improvement needed in following expectations and taking responsibility for own actions / Mejora necesaria para seguir las expectativas y asumir la responsabilidad de sus propias acciones
5: Participates appropriately in partner and group activities / Participa apropiadamente en actividades de grupo
6: Improvement needed in participating appropriately in partner/group activities / Mejora necesaria para participar adecuadamente en las actividades de grupo
7: Works well independently / Trabaja independientemente
8: Improvement needed in working independently / Mejora necesaria para trabajar independientemente
9: Completes work and stays on task / Completa el trabajo y se mantiene enfocado
10: Improvement needed in staying on task and completing work / Mejora necesaria para completar su trabajo y mantenerse enfocado
11: Respects adults, peers, and school property / Respeta a los adultos, compañeros y propiedad escolar
12: Improvement needed in demonstrating respect for adults, peers, and/or school property / Mejora necesaria para demostrar respeto por adultos, compañeros y/o propiedad escolar
13: Organizes self/materials / Organiza materiales, sus pertenencias y a sí mismo
14: Improvement needed in organizing self/materials / Mejora necesaria en la organización de materiales, sus pertenencias y a sí mismo
15: Strives for quality work / Se esfuerza para realizar un trabajo de calidad
16: Improvement needed in work quality / Mejora necesaria en la calidad del trabajo
17: Conference Requested / Conferencia solicitada
Parents/guardians and students have a responsibility to ensure that the username and password that is provided for accessing the Home Access Center is kept secure at all times. Students should not share their username or password with other students. If a student or parent/guardian believes that their password may have been compromised, the student or parent/guardian is responsible for changing their password. Changing a password can be done online by clicking on “My Profile” in the Home Access Center.
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Welcome to Aldine ISD's new parent portal for accessing student academic information.
Please register for Home Access Center by clicking the registration link below.
Once your registration is accepted and you create your "Challenge Questions" you will be emailed your login information.
You must be listed with the school as the student’s guardian. (Each guardian of a student may have their own HAC account.)
You must have a current email address on file with your child’s school. If you have no email address listed or if the address listed is incorrect, the system will not be able to send you a link to create the password for your account.
For information on how to update the email address you currently have on file, please email [email protected] .
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Home Access Passwords are now case sensitive If you have not updated your password the district assigned password is usually all CAPS.
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The Reading School District Home Access Center is for students and families. Be the first to know your child's attendance, assignments, grades, schedules, teacher contacts and more. Use the login button to get into the Home Access Center or see the availability of information using the grid by school level.
Complete Your 2023-2024 Back-to-School Forms : If you have not yet completed your back-to-school forms or updated your contact information, log into Home Access Center . Select Registration Page. Then click Update Enrollment.
Forgot username and/or password: Please contact the Parent Outreach Assistant at your child's school for assistance during school hours .
What to find in the Home Access Center
What to find by level, frequently asked questions, how to log in.
Log In: Home Acccess Center The Reading School District is pleased to offer Home Access Center (HAC) to our students and families. Parents and guardians can use Home Access Center to review and update important back-to-school forms, as well as access your child's grades, assignments, schedules, attendance and more!
Forgot username and/or password: Please contact the Parent Outreach Assistant at your child's school for assistance during school hours .
How to View Schedules
Schedule Page The Schedule page displays your student's schedule for the current school year. To display the Schedule page, click Classes on the HAC menu, then click the Schedule tab.
Week View The Week View page displays the following information for your student:
- Course Averages
- Discipline Incidents
You can view information for the current week, as well as previous and future weeks in the current school year. To display the Week View page, click Home on the HAC menu.
View class schedules
- To view your student's class schedule for a specific day of the week, click the day's link above its column. For example, to display Monday's classes on the Schedule window, click Monday. The window lists periods, times, courses, teachers, and rooms.
- To view your student's complete schedule, click View Full Schedule to display the Schedule page. Besides the schedule of all courses in the current school year, the page lists requests for the next school year. For more information, refer to the Schedule Page topic.
View other weeks
- To display the week view for other weeks, use the arrows to navigate forward or backward a week at a time. To return to the current week, click Today .
Display course details
- To view additional details on a course, click its description link in the Class column to display the Course window. The window lists the course, building, department, teacher, room, class periods, days, and marking periods.
How to View Classwork
Classwork Page Use the Classwork page to view your student's assignments as they relate to either courses or competencies, depending on your display settings. This page only includes assignments and scores that teachers have selected to publish. To display the Classwork page for courses (default view), click Classes on the HAC menu.
Quick View and Full View Options
- Quick View Displays basic assignment information to help you get an at-a-glance view of upcoming assignments and how your student scored on completed assignments.
- Full View Displays additional fields related to averaging assignment scores so you can see more detail about your student's average for the class.
View assignments by class
- View course detail Click the link in the course header for the course you want to view. The pop-up displays the course code, name, building, department, teacher, room, periods, days, and marking periods. The link only displays if you have selected to order assignments by Class.
- View course attachments Click the link in the course header for the course you want to view. The pop-up includes a link to any attachments the teacher may have added for the course. You can access any attachments the teacher may have added for the assignment.
How to View Interim Reports
Interim Progress Report Page The Interim Progress Report page displays your student's most recent Interim Progress Report (IPR), if available. To display the Interim Progress Report page, click Grades on the HAC menu.
View interim details
- To view additional details on a course, click its description link to display the Home Access Course window.
View previous interims
- To display an IPR from an earlier period, select the period in the View the Interim Progress Report for Reporting Period field. This field displays only if another IPR is available.
How to View Report Cards
Report Card Page
The Report Card page displays your student's most recent report card, if available. To display the Report Card page, click Grades on the HAC menu, then click the Report Card tab.
View report card details
- If a mark displays as a link, click the link to display the Classwork window. The window lists assignment dates, scores, points for classwork, and classwork average information.
View previous report cards
- To display a report card from an earlier period, select the period in the View the Report Card for Reporting Period field. This field displays only if another report card is available.
Print report cards
- To print a copy of the student's report card, click Print .
How To View Another Student
If you are a guardian for multiple students, you can quickly change the student you are viewing.
- In the Home Access Center banner, click Change Student .
- On the Choose Your Student pop-up, select the student to display.
- Click Submit .
How to Check Your Child's Attendance
Attenance The Attendance Month View page enables you to view your student's attendance during any month in the current school year. If your student was absent or tardy on a date, the day will display with a colored background. The Color Legend below the month indicates the type of attendance each color represents. To display the Month View page, click Attendance on the HAC menu.
View attendance details To view details for a date when your student was absent or tardy, move your pointer over the day. A tooltip displays the type of
How to Check Your Child's Discipline Reports
Discipline Page The Discipline page lists discipline incidents involving your student. To display the Discipline page, click Student Support on the HAC menu.
View discipline incidents
- To display all incidents from all years, select All Years, or to limit the display of incidents to the current year, select Current Year Only.
- To view additional information on an incident, click its Incident link to display the Discipline Incident Detail window.
How to Contact a Teacher
Contact a Teacher The Week View page displays the following information for your student:
- Teacher's name
To display the Week View page, click Home on the HAC menu.
- To send an email to a teacher, click the teacher's name in the class column, if the name appears as a link.
How to Update Your Contact Information
To display the Demographic page, click Registration on the HAC menu. The Demographic page includes the following sections listing information on your student:
- Demographic Student's name, birth date, counselor, building, grade, language, and homeroom teacher.
- Contacts Student and guardian information, including addresses and phone numbers.
Update contact information
- To update the Contacts section, click Edit . Add to or change the email and phone information displayed in the Update Contact Information window, then click Save .
How to View, Customize or Change Calendar Information
Calendar The Calendar page provides a month view of the following information on your student:
- Class Assignments
- Class Events
- Activity Events
To display the Calendar page, click Home on the HAC menu, then click the Calendar tab.
Customize calendar information
- To hide or display the Filter pane, click the Filter icon.
- To include or exclude information on the calendar, check or uncheck the appropriate boxes in the Filter pane on the left.
- To collapse the pane's Filters, Calendars, or Values section, click the section's down symbol. To expand a collapsed section, click the section's up symbol.
Change calendar views
- To display other months, use the arrows to navigate forward or backward a month at a time.
- To display the week view for the current week, click Week . To display other weeks in the calendar's week view, use the arrows to navigate forward or backward a week at a time.
- To display the day view for the current day, click Day . To display other days, use the arrows to navigate forward or backward a day at a time
- To return to the current month, week, or day in the above views, click Today .
How to Access RHS Transcripts
Transcript Page The Transcript page displays your student's academic information from the current and previous years, such as courses, credits, grades, and GPAs. To display the Transcript page, click Grades on the HAC menu, then click the Transcript tab.
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