Reset Password

EHall Pass created by Eduspire Solutions was introduced at Parkway Central in 2019-2020 as a state-of-the-art tool for easy monitoring of students’ movements beyond the classroom. This innovative solution incorporates features like contact tracking, volume monitoring and cleaning capabilities. A contactless pass to enhance the safety of interactions.

To harness the advantages of EHall Pass students need to be enrolled with their school and possess. A valid username and password for accessing their dashboard. In instances of forgotten login credentials, retrieval can be initiated by students, teachers, district school administrators, and parents/guardians through the EHall Pass website.

Here Are The Steps To Reset Your Password for EHall Pass login using Clever:

1.      Visit the EHallPass website. 

2.      Upon arrival, select the “Login With Clever” button featured on the EHall Pass login page. 

3.      Click on the “Log in with Clever” button once more to reach the EHall Pass Clever login page. 

4.  There, you will encounter two login options for EHall Pass via Clever: (a) Parents or Guardians and (b) District Administrators. Opt for the suitable choice according to your login credentials.

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 can expect to receive an email from EHall Pass Clever containing a link that will enable you 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 can provide you with a password reset link.

5.  Simply click on the link sent by EHall Pass Clever to change your password.

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. Ensure it is a minimum of 8 characters in length and devoid of any personal details like your name, birthdate or phone number.

2.      Avoid using common words: Refrain from using easily guessable common words, phrases, or patterns. Examples of vulnerable passwords include password, 123456, qwerty, iloveyou, and the like.

3.      Don’t reuse passwords: Steer clear of employing identical passwords for different accounts. In the event that one of your accounts gets compromised. The intruder could utilize that password to gain entry to your other accounts.

4.      Enable two-factor authentication: Opt for two-factor authentication whenever feasible. This enhances the security of your account by necessitating a code sent to your phone or email for login.

5.  Change your password regularly: Update your password consistently, preferably every 90 days, to thwart any attempts at gradually guessing it.

Potential Dangers of Having an Unsafe Password Include:

1.     Account compromise: A weak or easily guessed password puts your account at risk of compromise, allowing unauthorized access to personal information, grades, or other sensitive data.

2.     Identity theft: Unauthorized access to your account opens the door for someone to exploit your personal information, potentially leading to identity theft.

3.      Reputation damage: Breach of your account could result in the posting of inappropriate messages or alteration of your information, causing harm to your reputation.

4.    Financial loss: If someone gains access to your account, there is a risk of financial information theft or unauthorized purchases, resulting in potential financial loss.

5.    Loss of privacy: In the event of account access private messages and other personal information may be exposed leading to a loss of privacy.