Script’s app lets parents digitally sign school permission slips, pay for field trips

Schools are often late to taking advantage of new technologies, so today still do much of their business over paper forms. One pain point in particular – for school administrators, teachers and parents alike – is handling permission forms for activities and field trips. A young startup called Script aims to help. Schools can use Script’s app to manage the entire trip planning process, from the forms themselves, to collecting signatures, payments and reporting.

The Florida-based company was co-founded by Aaron White (CEO) and Patrick Cahill (CTO).

White comes from an edtech background, having previously worked as the I.T. director for a multi-campus charter school for several years, and as I.T. technician for Pinellas County schools. Cahill, meanwhile, worked as a senior…

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