Information for using Silent Dismissal

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-A //database// is "an organized collection of data" which can be accessed by a computer. There are two main databases that must be created to get started with Silent Dismissal: a //user accounts// database and a //student records// database. +A //database// is "an organized collection of data" which can be accessed by a computer or mobile device. There are two main databases that must be created to get started with Silent Dismissal: a //user accounts// database and a //student records// database. 
  
 User accounts are used by faculty & staff to operate the Silent Dismissal program, and each account type has a specific set of permissions. This allows users to serve specific functions during dismissal, as it takes different roles to perform the dismissal process. Student records are a crucial part of our system because they store data about a student's school activities and dismissal, like which bus they ride or which after school activity they attend. User accounts are used by faculty & staff to operate the Silent Dismissal program, and each account type has a specific set of permissions. This allows users to serve specific functions during dismissal, as it takes different roles to perform the dismissal process. Student records are a crucial part of our system because they store data about a student's school activities and dismissal, like which bus they ride or which after school activity they attend.

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