I’m Healthy Today (IHT) Accounts and Check-in
Questions & Answers
Q: Is the I'm HealthyToday program voluntary?
A: No. This program is designed to be mandatory for any person, faculty, staff, or student that works on school campus.
This is necessary in order for IHT to be effective in mitigating/controlling a COVID-19 outbreak, and to protect the school community at large.
Q: Is IHT an app?’
Q: How do I sign up?
Q: I did not receive a text or email for the program. What should I do?
A: Every student has been entered into the system up until the newest enrollee on August 8, 2020. The system is set up for one log in per student. The login information (username and password) and url (hanalani.imhealthytodayschools.com) have been sent to one parent only. Please check with the other parent for the account log in information. If you still do not have the text/email, or you have further questions, please email Lynn Finnegan, our Assistant Head of School, at firstname.lastname@example.org and she can assist you.
Q: How can both of the parents be able to log in?
A: Once the login information is shared by IHT to one of the parents, either parent can use this information to do the student’s daily health check as long as you use the student's username and password.
Q: How can we change the daily reminder to the other parent?
A: The parent who is receiving the initial login information will also receive the daily reminders. Please call IHT Tech Support at (305) 614-6913 to get reminder text changed to the other parent. At this moment, IHT is requiring that all updates to contacts be made directly to them.
Q: Does changing primary contact information or any other information with IHT mean that I’ll be changing contact information with Hanalani Schools?
A: No, currently if you would like to change any contact information with IHT and Hanalani Schools, you will need to
go through two different processes.
Q: When will the reminder text be sent out each morning?
A: The reminder text will be sent at 5:30am Monday through Friday. On weekends, we have asked IHT to send
the reminder text at 8:00am. Hopefully IHT will be able to accommodate this request.
Q: Upon entering the campus, how should my child show the green shield?
A: Once a parent completes the Daily Health Check and:
- If the student has their own device, the student can log in to hanalani.imhealthytodayschools.com and show the green shield for the day or the parent can send a screenshot of the green shield to the student via text or email
- If the student does not have their own device the parent can print the green shield give the hard copy print out to the student
Hanalani Schools will be checking in each of the students at the different entry points throughout the school. If the student mentions that they have a green shield for the day, but cannot present the green shield, the student will need to stand in line for staff to check them by name.
Q: What if I forget to do the Daily Health Check for my student?
A: The child will not be able to enter the campus until the Daily Health Check has been completed. We will have to contact you.
Q: Can Upper School students do their own health checks?
A: The preferred method is that the parent completes the Daily Health Checker, but if they want to forward the link to the student they should still supervise the process. The parent is responsible for ensuring the student completes it in accordance with the code of conduct. In addition, if the student receives a yellow status, they need to be with a parent when the telehealth-visit is scheduled and the doctor calls to complete the assessment. The doctor will call the
parents phone number on record, and the doctor cannot speak to the student without the parent present.
Q: Where can I view the I’mHealthyTodaySchools videos that were shared earlier?
A: Here are the links to the videos for I’m Healthy Today Schools: Daily Health Checker Guide