Contact your school or district for access information and instructions. You can visit your school or district website, or speak with your school or district administrators. PowerSchool logins are granted by schools and districts. Each school will verify your identity before giving you an account to help protect student data and privacy.
For guardians with more than one student at District 99, only one login is required. More information is available here! Need Help Finding Something? Contact Us For extended absences, it is important for students to remain current in their homework assignments and class materials.
A 24-hour voicemail system is available. (For extended absences, please see information below) To support students’ academic success and strengthen the partnership between parents, teachers and students, District 99 uses an online system called “ Home Access Center ” or HAC.
District 99's award-winning biannual event, which gives parents the opportunity to attend workshops aimed to help better understand what is going on in the district. Outside community speakers deliver workshops to help motivate and encourage parents to give not only themselves, but their children a better and more educated life.
Parent may pick-up the homework in the DGN Attendance Office. Parents may come to school to pick-up a student’s textbooks. Come to the Dean’s Office and a student supervisor will take you to your student’s locker.
Report an Absence. Report your student's absence by calling the school directly at (630) 795-8450. A 24-hour voicemail system is available. (For extended absences, please see information below)
Teachers are encouraged to contact students/parents directly via email with assignments and class materials.
Teachers are encouraged to contact students, parents and/or the educational liaison in the hospital program directly via e-mail with assignments and class materials.
North High strives to give families the information they need to be informed and involved. All students watch Friday Morning Video Announcements at the beginning of second period on Fridays; announcements are also emailed daily to all students and they are posted to the front page of our website daily.
Parents may come to school to pick up a student’s textbooks. Come to the Dean’s Office and a student supervisor will take you to your student’s locker.
PowerSchool logins are granted by schools and districts. Each school will verify your identity before giving you an account to help protect student data and privacy. From there, you can log in to your school or district’s respective portal. Visit our Resource center.
PowerSource is a community-focused customer support portal for all PowerSchool products.
PowerSchool is the District’s new web-based tool providing real-time insights on student grades, schedules, performance, and attendance.
To create a new Parent/Student Portal account refer to the email you received containing the Parent/Student Access ID and Password. If you have multiple student's in our district you should have received an email for each of those student's with an Access ID and Password to link each of your students as you create the account. If you did not receive an email containing the Access ID and Access Password (case sensitive), please contact your student's school to obtain this information.
The last suggestion is to also make sure to follow the password rules. The password you pick must be 8 characters long and contain at least one of each of the following 1-capital letter, 1-lowercase letter, 1-number, and 1-special character.
NOTE: Schools are responsible for what is available on your parent portal. Each school might have different views. Please contact your child’s school for more information.
When you follow the directions from the PS Parent Account Creation Guide D49 (PDF attachment), the second part of the set up instructions explains you can link your student’s account by showing you where to enter the student’s first and last name (must be typed just as you provided to us for registration). You will then be asked to enter your Access ID and password, then it will ask you for your relationship to the student (this would mother, father not son, daughter).