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Registering for P2 Made Easy

By Elizabeth Daratsos

We know that the beginning of the year can be a very hectic time for teachers and administrators alike, which is why we did our best to make the registration process as hassle-free as possible. With that being said, not everything goes according to plan. So, here are a few easy steps to ensuring you become a P2 Partner School — and get fully set up to access P2 resources — in no time!

Step 1: Head to our website and click on Partner Now.

Step 2: Complete and submit the Registration Form.

Step 3: Search your inbox for the subject line “Welcome to the Positivity Project (P2) Registration Portal!” 

Within this email, you will find a link bringing you directly to the portal as well as your username* to gain access. 

Step 4: *Make sure to use the entire username!

It’s important to note that your username for the registration portal is more than just your school email address! You have to include the underscores, letters, and numbers that follow your email address. When clicking on the registration portal link from the email, your username is automatically entered, but if you need to sign on at a different time we highly recommend you just copy and paste your username from the email we send you. 

Step 5: Create a password and register! Once you’re in the Registration Portal, just complete the Principal’s Pledge and upload a list to include the last name, first name, and email address of each staff member. 

As soon as you complete these steps, we’ll be able to get you and your staff members fully set up to access P2 resourcesIf you have any trouble with the registration, please just reach out and let us know. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible. 

Elizabeth Daratsos
Elizabeth Daratsos

Elizabeth Daratsos is P2's School Success Coordinator. Prior to joining the P2 team, she was a Spanish Dual Immersion teacher and a member of the PBIS committee at an elementary school in Chula Vista, CA. Elizabeth piloted P2 in her classroom and quickly realized the incredible impact it had on her students. She encouraged her building administration to adopt P2 as their SEL curriculum and she served as her school's P2 Leader. She had to leave her position as a teacher when her husband, a pilot for the U.S. Navy, was restationed to Southern New Jersey at the end of 2020, where they now reside with their three children and their dog. She holds a Masters in Education from UC San Diego, as well as a Bachelors in Spanish and Journalism from SDSU. When she is not working, you will find her cooking, baking, or playing outside with her children!