Evanston Township High School has announced the launch of its new mobile app for iPhone and Android mobile devices.

Officials say the app will provide direct access to the school’s most sought-after information and that ETHS is one of only a handful of districts in Illinois offering a mobile app as an all-in-one information source for students, parents, staff, alumni and community.

“At ETHS we have been dramatically increasing connections to our students, parents/guardians, alumni, partners, community and friends,” Superintendent Eric Witherspoon said in a statement. “This mobile app has been carefully designed and tested to provide abundant features that increase connections with ETHS.”.

Created by ParentLink, the app gives users access to school news, a school calendar, online resources to monitor student progress, and staff contact information.

The free app can be found in the Apple iTunes and Google Play stores by searching for ETHS.

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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