PowerSchool will feature a Parent Portal, which will replace Parent Assistant Module (PAM) beginning in late September. The Parent Portal will provide parents (and students) access to grades, attendance records, schedules and will be available from any computer with Internet access.
Parents will receive a unique code for each child enrolled in Cabarrus County Schools and will be able to link their children in the Parent Portal. As with any personal information, it is important to protect this information.
There is no cost to use PowerSchool, but you will need a computer with Internet access. Cabarrus County Schools has prepared a video and other support documentation for Parents. Parents will receive instructions and a secure login code to access the PowerSchool Parent Portal to monitor their students' progress.
The code needed to gain access to PowerSchool can be obtained from your child’s school. There is no cost to use PowerSchool, but you will need a computer with Internet access. Cabarrus County Schools has prepared a video and other support documentation for Parents.
The PowerSchool Parent available for use. Please go to the link below for information on how to log in.
Students, Parents, and all other other visitors are required to wear a mask upon entering the building regardless of the vaccination status.
The state of North Carolina has implemented a new student information system – Pearson PowerSchool, replacing NCWISE, the student information system the state had been using for nearly 20 years.
There is no cost to use PowerSchool, but you will need a computer with Internet access. Computers are available at public library branches if needed. Please note that in addition to digital information, parents may also request printed data from their child’s school.
Parents and students will be hearing a lot about PowerSchool over the next few months. It is important to understand that PowerSchool is only one part of a suite of tools that the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction will introduce this year. HomeBase, as it is called, features not only the new student information system – PowerSchool, it also includes an integrated instructional tool that aligns to Common Core Standards and a measurement tool for teacher effectiveness.