Digital Banking access to do more —anywhere, anytime.

Access financial tools that let you do more from any device, anywhere, anytime. Our new digital banking solution will allow you to send money to friends instantly, manage your cards, make deposits, pay bills, and bank through a single, secure experience.

May 11, 2020

  • Mobile deposits will be unavailable starting at 12:00am due to the system upgrade

  • If you use Quicken or QuickBooks, read the transition guides to prepare for the system upgrade

May 13, 2020

  • Online Bill Pay will be unavailable starting at 6:00pm

  • ATMs will be cash withdrawals only starting at 12:00am. View ATM status

  • Debit card transaction limits temporarily decrease from $1,000 to $600


May 14-17, 2020

  • Starting Thursday, May 14 at 6:00pm, system upgrades will make Online Banking, TeleBanking and the Mobile Banking App unavailable

  • However, you will still be able to access your accounts during this downtime by calling or visiting a Kish Bank branch. You can also continue to use your debit card and checks

  • If you have any questions or issues, contact Kish Innovation Support


May 18, 2020

  • Online Banking, Bill Pay, and TeleBanking services will resume at 9:30am

  • The new Kish Mobile Banking App will be available for download

  • ATMs will start being restored to full capability. View ATM status

  • Normal transactions limits will resume for debit cards

  • Continue using your same debit card and checks as usual

What you need to know about digital banking

Online & Mobile Banking and Bill Pay:

  • When logging in for the first time on May 18 at 9:30am or thereafter, your Username will remain the same 

  • Your temporary password will be reset to your Username plus the last 4 digits of your SSN or EIN (applies to Business Express Users also). You will be prompted to change your password after you sign in for the first time

  • Business Online Banking Users: If you currently use a Company ID to log in, your new Username is your Company ID plus your existing Username. Your password is your new Username plus the last 4 digits of your EIN

Person-to-Person Payments

  • Log in to Digital Banking and go to the “Move Money” tab and follow the prompts to send money to your friends instantly for free

Debit Card On/Off Controls 

  • Log in to Digital Banking and go to the “Manage Cards” tab to turn your debit card on or off


Telephone Banking 

  • Create a new PIN when calling for the first time. Your temporary PIN will be the last four digits of your SSN or EIN

  • The TeleBanking number will remain the same (1-888-333-5474) 

Enhanced Cash Management Features

For our business customers, we're enhancing features and functionality so you can do even more of your business online. Contact your Relationship Manager for more details.

  • Positive pay

  • Account reconciliation

  • Wire transfers (including international)

  • Remote deposit capture

  • Tokens

  • ACH


Coming Soon!

  • We have several more digital tools in the works  pay with your mobile device (Google Pay, Apple Pay, Samsung Pay), open accounts online, and track your spending with our new online budgeting tool. More details to come!


Brand New to Digital Banking?


  • If your student has never taken standardized testing, we recommend having them practice bubbling a sample College Board provided answer sheet. Click here for a sample.
  • The College Board offers free SAT practice tools available here.
  • Students have access to free, personalized, and focused practice resources through the College Board's collaboration with Khan Academy. Practice materials for the SAT exam are available at the Khan Academy website.
  • We start shipping the PSAT Student Guide in September. We continue shipping them until a week before testing. After that, new registrants must pickup their Student Guide during business hours if they wish to receive it.


  • Students MUST have a valid PICTURE ID to be allowed in the testing room.
  • A Government issued ID will be accepted.
  • Valid school or college ID: If the student is participating in extracurricular activities at a public/private school or taking classes at a community college, a valid school ID will also work.
  • Homeschool ID's are NOT accepted as per the College Board.
  • If you are not able to obtain a valid school ID or a Government Issued ID, you have the option to use the College Board Student ID Form which must be notarized in advance.


  • Complete your practice test and have your parents check it with you.
  • Don't forget to bring with you an approved form of ID!
  • Know your cumulative high school average (all subjects together) A+ (97-100); A (93-96); A- (90-92); B+ (87-89); B (83-86); B- (80-82); C+ (77-79); C (73-76); C- (70-72); D+ (67-69); D (65-66); F (below 65).
  • Bring a College Board approved calculator. Calculators may not be shared. Calculators which have a typewriter-like keyboard, uses paper tape, uses a pen or stylus input device, makes noise or uses a power cord are prohibited. Covenant does not provide calculators. Students will NOT be allowed to use phones or tablets as calculators.
  • Bring at least two # 2 pencils. Do not bring mechanical pencils or any other type of pencils as they may affect the computerized scoring of your test. CHSRC may have some pencils available but it is the responsibility of the student to bring the correct type of pencil.
  • Do not bring scratch paper with you as all work is done in your test book.
  • Students who do not wish to provide their Social Security number do not need to do so. The "box" asking for the SS# may be left blank. Students who are comfortable entering this information will need to have their SS# memorized.
  • Students will need to know their date of birth.
  • Students will need to know their complete address. Scores are mailed to the address entered on the score sheet
  • Students will need to know their email address. Scores are emailed to the email address entered on the score sheet.
  • Get a good night's rest, eat a healthy breakfast. Only if needed pack a small healthy snack. Please do not bring any peanut or tree nut products for your snack. Only water will be allowed in the testing area (no other type of drinks will be allowed.)
  • Arrive early. Students who arrive late will not be admitted.
  • No electronics will be allowed in the testing area. All electronics including Kindles, smart watches, along with purses, bags, etc. will be collected before testing, stored in a common area, and given back to the students after testing. Students are advised not to bring purses or bags into the test room unless absolutely necessary.
  • The College Board has instructed us to dismiss from testing any student that has access to any electronic device during testing. If a phone rings during the test, the student who owns the phone will be dismissed immediately.


  • Students and parents will have access to the PSAT Scores online only when an account is created at
  • Scores should be available online by mid-December. The College Board will send an e-mail informing you how to access your scores via your College Board Account. A few weeks later the scores will be mailed directly from the College Board to the address the student enters on the PSAT testing form.
  • If you are not able to access your scores online when they become available, you will need to contact the College Board directly for assistance. Please visit for more information. As of December 2020, this is the PSAT help line for parents and students: 866-433-7728 or e-mail
  • CHSRC does not have access to the scores or their availability in any manner.
  • STUDENTS: when creating your College Board account, your name and personal information including an e-mail address will need to be exactly the same as you write and bubble on your testing form in order to have online access to your PSAT score. For example, if your name on the College Board account is John you must use John, and not Jonathan, when filling in your testing form. If you use different information, you may need to contact the College Board in order to fix the discrepancy before you will be able to access the results online.
  • CHSRC offers the PSAT test on available Saturday test date. Students testing on a Saturday WILL NOT receive their testing book after scores become available.

First-Time Login Experience

1. Go to and click the yellow login button in upper right corner

3. Update your password

You will need to reset your password. Your new password requires a minimum of 8 characters, containing at least one alpha, at least one upper case and one lower case, one numeric and at least one special character (!@#$%^&*).

2. Enter your existing username & temporary password

Enter your existing Username. Your temporary password has been set to your Username plus the last 4 digits of your SSN. You will be prompted to change your password after you sign in for the first time Business Online Banking Users: If you currently use a Company ID to log in, your new Username is your Company ID plus your existing Username. Your password is your new Username plus the last 4 digits of your EIN

4. Set up your security questions

These will be used as an additional authentication step when logging in to your accounts on a new device Business Online Banking Users: If your account requires additional authentication, such as a token, you will be required to set that up as well


Mobile app

Your new mobile banking experience

The new mobile app will give you full-featured functionality. To get the new Digital Banking experience on your mobile device, go to your device's app store and search for "Kish Bank app."


Apple Device Users

You will need to update the existing app. This will happen automatically if you have auto-updates enabled.


Android Device Users

​You will need to delete our old mobile app and download the new mobile app. Go to your device’s app store and search for “Kish Bank app.”


Kish Bank
4255 East Main Street
PO Box 917
Belleville, PA 17004

Kish Innovation Support


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