Connecting teachers, parents, and students in ONE place!

After Gretchen Kasper-Hoffman’s first year of student teaching in one of Houston’s inner-city schools, Gretchen knew she wanted to continue her career educating students in urban school communities. Gretchen chose the k-12 education field because she desired to make a difference in the world, and she firmly believes “education is the most important thing.” Gretchen […] read more...

Abbey Buchert’s LivingTree Story

LivingTree Pride: Abbey Buchert, 2nd Grade Teacher Abbey is in her seventh year of teaching, and second year at Cascadia Elementary School in Seattle, Washington. Greatly influenced by her own 5th grade teacher, Abbey became an educator because she desired to show children that learning could be a positive and exciting experience. Understanding the link between […] read more...

PSJA ISD – 21,000 Virtual Windows and Counting!

“LivingTree allows us to take a leap forward in community building by providing us with our own private social network for collaboration and engagement across our district, school, and classroom communities.”  – Adrian Garcia, PSJA ISD Chief Technology Officer Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD, located in South Texas just north of Mexico, serves ~32,000 students. By the […] read more...

100% Participation = Real Results

“Using the LivingTree platform, our school  was able to build a much tighter community and meaningful engagement with our families. It has truly changed our level of transparency with parents and how we converse, share, and coordinate in the context of educating our children. – Eden Hinds, Briargrove Elementary Principal, Houston ISD Briargrove Elementary serves ~910 […] read more...

No More Wondering

Guest Blogger:  Shayne Byrne, CrossPoint Christian School, Lead Teacher – 4’s Communication is key when teaching.  Our parents want to know what is going on in their children’s school lives and LivingTree helps bridge that gap helping alleviate the wonder of whether or not parents are seeing the information sent to them.  As long as they check […] read more...