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Digitize K-12 Forms & Processes

Visual Rules, Built-in Mobility, Digital Collaboration,

Cyber Security, Cloud/On-Premise, Electronic Workflow

Many K-12 schools (public & private) are digitizing administrative forms and processes from Student Registrations to Permission Forms in days! Try some of the templates by clicking on the buttons below to see for yourself.

Why improve K-12 processes?

Teachers, principals, and administrators are all dedicated to their students, but too much of their time is taken up filling out paperwork and handling basic approvals.

Using frevvo, our K-12 customers have automated day-to-day administrative workflows, they're able to manage them better, reduce wasteful manual work and costs. Best of all, K-12 employees can focus on teaching rather than administrative tasks.

K-12 Education Forms and Processes

Benefits of K-12 Process Automation

Student Focus
Free employees from routine tasks so they can focus on what's important – students
Mobile Enablement
Today's students & parents are more likely to engage with schools using mobile devices.
Visibility & Control
Electronic tracking, searching and auditing improves monitoring and reduces costs.
Improve Transparency
School Districts have always been under pressure to disclose and reduce costs.
Reduce Paperwork
Rapidly transform wasteful, manual processes into efficient automated workflows.
Visual Design
Non-technical users can drag & drop to quickly build dynamic, interactive forms & workflows.

Why K-12 Process Automation?

Forms and Workflow Software for K-12 instutions
Schools use too much paper

U.S. schools use a lot of paper – by some measures up to 2,800 sheets per person per year. From consent forms for media release or athletic participation to permission slips to go on a field trip to forms for administrative processes like absence request or mileage reimbursement for travel, K-12 schools are awash in paper.

It's expensive and wasteful

This excessive paper use costs a lot of money - as high as $200,000 per year just for the direct costs of paper and ink. That's wasteful enough but it gets worse when you consider that faculty and staff, who are already overburdened, are forced to spend their time chasing down paperwork instead of focusing on students. This is 100% unproductive use of valuable time.

Read more: What does digital transformation mean for educational institutions?

Forms and process automation is the first step to a paperless school

Taking consent forms, permission slips, emergency contact forms and internal administrative processes online is low-hanging fruit and should be the #1 priority on your path to digital transformation. Using modern, visual tools such as frevvo Live Forms, anyone in your school can drag-and-drop to design electronic forms and processes with e-signatures, dynamic behavior and mobile support. The forms look great and fulfill real business requirements. You don't need to find and retain expensive I.T. resources.

Get up and running quickly
Top 10 K-12 forms and workflows digitized by our customers
Permission Forms
Absence Records
Travel Authorization
Purchase Order
Student Registration
Transcript Requests
Class Scheduling
Teacher On-Boarding
Recruiting Authorization
Budget Approval

Read more: Online consent forms improve service to students & parents

Why automate K-12 forms and processes with frevvo?

frevvo's form and workflow designers are visual and anyone can drag and drop to create fully functional online forms and route them for approval without needing to be a programmer. We provide numerous pre-built templates for common K-12 use-cases like consent forms, emergency contact forms, absence requests, new hire on-boarding etc. Your forms will look great and work automatically on mobile . We offer many forms of free, no-obligation help. It's very easy to get started. Sign up for a free 30-day trial and get started today.

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