PlascoTrac Student Tracking Software Reduces Student Tardiness by Up to 50-80%, Now Available at ID Wholesaler

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PlascoTrac makes it easy for K12 schools to track school attendance and behavior.

PlascoTrac Student Tracking Software Now Available at ID Wholesaler

Since implementing PlascoTrac, we've noticed a dramatic reduction in discipline issues on campus. So much so, that we started using the system for positive reward.

Thousands of K12 schools across the country are turning to PlascoTrac, a student behavior tracking software program. And there’s good reason. It has proven to help reduce student tardiness by up to 50-80%! The user-friendly student tracking solution is now available from ID Wholesaler, the leading photo identification products retailer.

Track Student Behavior
PlascoTrac is an easy-to-use software program designed for K12 schools to track school attendance and behavior. The software helps oversee tardies and poor behavior, while rewarding good behavior. It replaces the handwritten tardy passes and detention slips, and gives schools an accurate method of logging all student activities. This means no more long lines at the attendance office, no more paper trail, and no more inaccurate/inaccessible log-books.

Reward Good Behavior
While PlascoTrac helps to manage poor behavior, it offers much more. When a student is “caught” doing something good, PlascoTrac can print a notification for the student with a designated reward.

“Since implementing PlascoTrac, we've noticed a dramatic reduction in discipline issues on campus. So much so, that we started using the system for positive reward,” says Fletcher Lang, the Safety & Security Lead at Rialto Unified School District, a PlascoTrac school.

Analyze Effectiveness
PlascoTrac makes it easy for attendance clerks, security guards, hall monitors to track students. In turn, administrators can make informed decisions on the success of their positive behavior and discipline policies. Administrators no longer need to track down habitual offenders and shuffle through piles of paperwork to know which students require extra intervention.

“PlascoTrac is the only system of its kind that allows schools to not just capture, but also analyze this data and make information-based decisions versus assumptive decisions in regards to their student merit or discipline policies. With this information, we can make adjustments on the fly, and truly optimize our policies...thereby, assisting our schools and our district to radically improve our school performance,” says Dr. Nikolai Vitti, Assistant Superintendent from Miami-Dade County Public Schools, a PlascoTrac school.

There are a number of ways to implement the web-based software into schools. For example, PlascoTrac Mobile allows schools to track students via portable handheld devices. There are also iOS apps available. Ultimately, how schools use the software is limited to the goals and expectations of each school.

In short, PlascoTrac makes schools more successful and efficient by:

  •     Replacing handwritten passes and long lines with efficient web, mobile or iOS applications
  •     Easily tracking tardies, absences, cell phone use violations, and more
  •     Reinforcing positive behavior by assigning merit points
  •     Creating reports to highlight trends in a single classroom or across the district

To learn more about PlascoTrac and to receive a free 30-day trial, visit

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About PlascoTrac
PlascoTrac is a student pass tracking software application created by Plasco ID specifically for K12 schools. PlascoTrac is a flexible system with an array of components and modules all designed to automate a school's attendance and discipline policies. For more information about PlascoTrac, visit

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