Please read these Service Agreement Terms carefully before accepting the use of ParentSquare for your school. By using ParentSquare, you agree to accept, without limitation or qualification, all of these Agreement Terms. If you do not accept these Agreement Terms, please notify us immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“School” means the party that will be using ParentSquare. This can be a class at school also. If the party is a school district then the term School includes all schools that are members of the school district and served by the school district that will be using ParentSquare.
“Recipient” means the 1) parents or guardians of enrolled students, 2) administrators, 3) staff, and 4) other adults the School invites to join ParentSquare; collectively “Recipients”.
ParentSquare will not rent, trade, or sell recipient data provided by the School to any third parties.
The School warrants that a) it will use best efforts in providing complete and accurate recipient data b) it has met all contractual, regulatory, and legal requirements in providing, and using, the recipient data, including, but not limited to, obtaining necessary consent to send texts to the recipient. If the recipient incurs additional charges for receiving notifications, such as text message fees or data fees, then additional charges are payable by the recipient or School c) it will fully cooperate during the implementation process under the trial period.
The School may terminate the agreement providing a written notice at least 30 days prior to the desired termination date. A prorated refund of the annual fee will be provided to the School upon termination.
In no event shall ParentSquare be liable to the School or any third party for any injury, loss, claim, damages, or any special, incidental, consequential, exemplary or punitive damages of any kind. The School agrees that ParentSquare is not intended or designed for use in high-risk activities, or in any situation where failure of delivery or performance or any error in ParentSquare could lead to death, damage to property, personal injury, or where other damages could result if an error occurred.