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The FOCUS Parent Portal is a tool designed to enhance communication and involvement in your child's education while they are enrolled in a Manatee County public school. A FOCUS account will allow you to register your child for public school online and apply for School Choice during open enrollment session.
To access the Focus Student Portal: Enter your @students.leeschools.net District Email Address in the USERNAME field. Press TAB to open the District's Single Sign-On page. Enter your District Network ID (e.g., SJ12345) & password on District Single Sign-On page. Click SIGN-IN.
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Use of this network, its equipment, and resources is monitored at all times and requires explicit permission from the network administrator and Focus Student Information System. If you do not have this permission in writing, you are violating the regulations of this network and can and will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
CIM will no longer be accessible in SY 2019-20. For entering REACH Performance Task scores during the BOY REACH window that begins on September 16, staff will log in to the new Student Assessment System via RapidIdentity Portal or the CPS.edu Staff page.
Arkansas Tech University has earned a place in the Colleges of Distinction 2022-23 cohort. The overall Colleges of Distinction honor is based upon an institution’s demonstrated commitment to excellence in four categories: engagement, teaching, community and outcomes. “When we focus all of our attention on how schools stack up against…
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FOCUS Parent Portal accounts roll over from year to year, so when your child moves from middle school to high school, you do not have to create a new account. Also, if your student moves to another school in our district, your account will be updated with the new school information.
ClassOwl is a Learning Management System designed to simplify classroom management and increase student engagement through interactive assignments. We are aware of the stress and hardship currently experienced by students, teachers, and schools due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 disease.
Holgate school district welcomed two new teachers for the 2022-23 school year. Pictured are Casey Helton (left), middle/high school NOVA/technology teacher; and Alex Pawsey, K-12 music/band teacher.