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Reset Password

Reset Password

EHall Pass is a new tool made by Eduspire Solutions. Parkway Central started using it in 2019-2020. It helps teachers to see the students go. If they leave the classroom. It track who they meet. It many people are in a place how clean the place is and give them pass and it
does not need to be touched. 

Students need to sign up with their school and enter username and password to use EHall Pass. If they forget their username or password, they can get them back from the EHall Pass website. Students, teachers and parents/guardians do this.


Here are The Steps to Reset Your Password for Ehall Pass login Using Clever:

  1. Visit the EHallPass site. 
  2. On the site, press the “Login With Clever” button on the EHall Pass login page.
  3. Press the “Log in with Clever” button once more to go to the EHall Pass Clever login page. 
  4. You will find two options for logging in to EHall Pass with Clever: (a) Parents or Guardians and (b) District Administrators. Pick the right option based on your login details.

To Reset Your EHall Pass Login Password Using Clever as a Parent or Legal Guardian, Follow These Steps:

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

Here are the Steps to Reset Your EHall Pass login Password Using Clever for District Administrators:

  1. Press the “District Administration Login” link on the EHallPass site.
  2. Press the “Forgot your password?” button to reset your password.
  3. Give your email address for your District Administrator account and press “Submit.”
  4. EHall Pass Clever will give you a link to reset your password.
  5. Press the link from EHall Pass Clever to reset your password if you want to change it.

Some Safety Guidelines for EhallPass Passwords:

  1. Make a strong password: A strong password has mix of big and small letters, numbers and symbols. It is at least 8 letters long and it no personal info like your name, birthday or phone number.
  2. Don’t use common words: Don’t use common words, phrases, or patterns that others can guess easily. Weak passwords are things like “password,” “123456,” “qwerty,” “iloveyou,” etc.
  3. Use different passwords: Don’t use the same password for many accounts. If hacker gets your password for one account. They can get into your other accounts.
  4. Turn on two factor authentication: Turn on two factor authentication if you. It makes your account safer by asking for code from your phone or email to log in.
  5. Change your password often: Change your password often, at least every 90 days, to stop someone from guessing it over time.

Potential Dangers of Having an Unsafe Password Include:

  1. Account compromise: Your account could be hacked if your password is weak or easy to guess. This could let someone see your personal information, grades, or other secret data.
  2. Identity theft: Someone could use your personal information to steal your identity if they get into your account. 
  3. Reputation damage: Someone could post bad messages or change your information if they get into your account. This could hurt your reputation.
  4. Financial loss: Someone could take your financial information or buy things without your permission if they get into your account. This could cost you money.
  5. Loss of privacy: Someone could see your private messages or other personal information if they get into your account. This could make you lose your privacy.