SynapticMash, a Seatte-based startup that offers software tools to the primary school market, has raised a first round of $3 million, according to John Cook.

The company’s services tie in with existing record-keeping software to provide online access to student information for parents, educators and the students themselves. Although it is less than a year old, SynapticMash is already selling its products to state schools, and is in talks with the University of Chicago.

The funding was provided by Raycliff Capital and Vantage Partners, two venture firms based in New York.