Reset Password

EHallPass, 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:

  1. Go to the EHallPass website.
  2. Once you’re on the site, click on the “Login With Clever” button on the EHall Pass login page.
  3. Click on the “Log in with Clever” button again to access the EHall Pass Clever login page.
  4. 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.
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To reset your EHall Pass login password using Clever as a parent or legal guardian, follow these steps:

  1. Click on the Parent/Guardian sign-in button.
  2. Click on the “Reset password” button.
  3. Enter your email or phone number and click “Submit.”
  4. You will receive an email from EHall Pass Clever with a link to reset your password.
  5. Click on the link to reset your password.

Here are the steps to reset your EHall Pass login password using Clever for district administrators:

  1. Click on the “District Administration Login” link on the EHallPass website.
  2. Click on the “Forgot your password?” button to reset your password.
  3. Provide your email address for your District Administrator account and click “Submit.”
  4. EHall Pass Clever will send you a link to reset your password.
  5. 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:

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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:

  1. 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.
  2. Identity theft: If someone gains access to your account, they could use your personal information to commit identity theft.
  3. Reputation damage: If someone gains access to your account, they could post inappropriate messages or change your information, damaging your reputation.
  4. Financial loss: If someone gains access to your account, they could potentially steal your financial information or make unauthorized purchases, leading to financial loss.
  5. 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.