Table of Contents
- 1 Classlist – where school communities thrive Classlist
- 2 Classlist.com
- 3 Classlist
- 4 Navigate Brightspace Learning Environment – Classlist – Learner
- 5 Classlist: connecting parents on the App Store
- 6 Classlist
- 7 HTML DOM classList Property
- 8 Advertise your business to thriving school … – classlist.com
- 9 Element.classList – Web APIs | MDN
- 10 Pricing – Classlist
Classlist – where school communities thrive Classlist
Classlist – where school communities thrive. A mobile app helping PTAs achieve more in less time. With event features designed specifically for PTAs including selling tickets online, a signup tool and easy ways to communicate with parents, Classlist is the secret to successful school fundraising and making your school community stronger.
Classlists, parent-to-parent communications and events for your school community … Class list management; Events, RSVPs & automated paid event ticketing …
Join your school community on Classlist . Bring parents at your school together on Classlist’s secure, inclusive, award-winning platform. As a parent. As a PTA member. As a school leader. Already have a Classlist account?
Visit our community site: http://community.brightspace.com Visit our main website: http://www.brightspace.com This tutorial shows how to navigate the Calsslist tool …
Classlist: connecting parents on the App Store
Classlist is the award-winning app that brings parents into the heart of their school community. In over 3,000 schools and over 40 countries. – See who’s who at school. Put a face to a name! – Ask the parents in your child’s class a question and share useful info – Organise a parent meetup for your…
Classlist is the free, private social network that lets school parents achieve more in less time. Create a virtual schoolgate where you can connect securely with all the parents at your school, share what’s happening and get great things going – in an inclusive, trusted online community.
HTML DOM classList Property
The classList property returns the class name(s) of an element, as a DOMTokenList object. This property is useful to add, remove and toggle CSS classes on an element. The classList property is read-only, however, you can modify it by using the add() and remove() methods.
Advertise your business to thriving school … – classlist.com
As a Main Advertiser your ad appears within the main content stream on the Classlist app, and as side banners on Classlist webpages. You also feature on email. Your advert is integrated into user-generated emails, including school-based daily and weekly digests. Classlist sends almost 1m emails per week at busy periods.
Element.classList – Web APIs | MDN
The Element.classList is a read-only property that returns a live DOMTokenList collection of the class attributes of the element. This can then be used to manipulate the class list. Using classList is a convenient alternative to accessing an element’s list of classes as a space-delimited string via element.className.
Pricing – Classlist
As a result, cheques ranging from £400 to £3000 are regularly presented to Classlist schools. If you don’t wish to have advertisements on your Classlist site you can make an annual payment for the ad-free version of Classlist. The rate for this is £2 per parent per year, calculated on the total school parent population.