The Parent Portal allows parents to better monitor their child's progress in school by providing Internet access to grades, attendance, discipline, academic history, graduation verification, and standardized test results in a secure password-protected environment.
The P-EBT Parent Portal allows parents to view and receive information about their child’s P-EBT benefits. First, you will need to create an account within the CAFE Self Service Portal. You can view detailed instructions on how to do so here. Now that you've created a CAFÉ account, you can navigate to the P-EBT Portal within CAFÉ.
When finished, click the box next to “I’m not a robot” and then click “Add Student.” After clicking “Add Student,” the screen will reload and information for that student will appear. Repeat these steps to attach additional students to your Parent Portal account.
Complete the form and click the “Submit” button to register your Parent Portal account. *Important Note: Your personal email address provided at the time of registration will become your Parent Portal username. PCPS employees must use a personal email address. Do not register your account with your @polk-fl.net email address.
The Parent Portal is a service offered to parents and guardians for accessing certain student records. The service allows parents and guardians to access information about ALL of their students through one convenient website. This eliminates the need to visit several different websites, make telephone calls or visit the school to access records and information.
Attach student (s) who are NOT currently enrolled or have never been enrolled in PCPS to your account. During open enrollment periods, parents may create a Parent Portal account and attach students who are not currently enrolled in PCPS. Create a parent portal account.
Parents with registered Parent Portal accounts can login and access: Grades | Attendance | Student Registration | Emergency Card | Performance Data | Immunizations and other information about their students.
Email*: email@example.com *Email must include: Student name, Student ID, Campus
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