A: You can get a student or parent account in PowerSchool Learning one of two ways: You can receive an invitation from a teacher to participate in a class. You can receive an account from your school or organization that's using PowerSchool Learning.
PowerSchool is the District’s web-based tool providing real-time insights on student grades, schedules, performance, and attendance. Before you can access your student information, you must create a new parent account (existing IC accounts will not work in PowerSchool).
Check your email for a verification message and click the link within the email to sign in to your PowerSchool account within 24 hours of receiving the message. If the link has expired, you can request a new link be emailed to you. Enter your Username and Password. Click Sign In. Recover Your Username. Use this procedure to recover your current ...
PowerSchool now provides single sign-on access to the PowerSchool Student and Parent portal. With single sign-on access parents can now have their own individual parent account, including user name and password. You will create your account using the appropriate access credentials supplied by our schools.
Terms and Conditions. By creating a MyCBE account you are agreeing and acknowledging that: you are the legal guardian of the student whose information you are accessing or you were previously a legal guardian (e.g., parent of a student under the age of 18) of a now independent student (e.g., 18 or older) and the independent student has identified on the Releasing Independent Student ...
After account is created, then proceed to attach the remaining students to your account (after logging in) by clicking on Account Preferences. If still unable to create an account or unable to log in after creating an account, contact the School District Help Desk for assistance at 792-7614.
Create classroom and teacher websites with PowerSchool Learning.
If you have never created a PowerSchool Student and Parent Portal account, contact your student's school to request your student's access ID and access password. To protect student data and privacy, the school will send a secure message to your verified email address with the information needed to connect your student to your account.
For access information or to create a parent account, see instructions below. You will need your child’s STUDENT ID number and birth date. Student IDs have not changed. Secondary students use their student ID for computer login at school. Older elementary students may also know their ID. For younger students, you may contact your school for ...
Parent Portal is a tool that allows parents and students to access real-time information about attendance, grades (tests, quizzes, projects, homework assignments), detailed homework assignments, messages from the teacher, and school announcements.