Welcome to Pasco School District's PowerSchool Parent Portal. The Parent Portal is the primary source of information for your child's school activity. View attendance, assignment, grade and schedule information, as well as pay school fees, load money onto lunch accounts and update emergency contact information.
The Parent Portal is the primary source of information for your child's school activity. View attendance, assignment, grade and schedule information, as well as pay school fees, load money onto lunch accounts and update emergency contact information.
Since opening our first classroom in 1908, Park County School District #1 has benefitted from tremendous support and resources provided by the communities of Powell, Clark, Garland, and Ralston in northwest Wyoming. We operate seven campuses that encompass over 1,400 square miles.
You can find more information about each program HERE: www.psd1.org/virtual PowerSchool is an online portal where parents can manage their child's meal account, review grades and attendance, set up notifications for school news and emergencies, update their student's information, and much more.
Pasco School District is pleased to partner with Aristo Health Care Services for the following COVID-19 vaccine pop-up clinics open to students, staff, and community members.
We are pleased to announce that as of today, Friday, February 11, our replacement levy is passing with a 54.63% approval.
Due to the cancellation of school on January 5 and 6, 2022, changes have been made to the Pasco School District 2021-2022 calendar.
In collaboration with the Pasco Police Department, the lockout at all Pasco schools and facilities has been lifted. School will be released on time.
He will be presented with the award during the 2022 WMEA Sate Conference in Yakima Band Demo Session on Friday, February 18.
She will be presented with a Crystal Apple Award on March 10 at the Educational Service District (ESD) 123 in Pasco.
This provides the most reliable and unrestricted access for families, while being the most sustainable for the district.
PowerSchool is an online portal where parents can manage their child's meal account, review grades and attendance, set up notifications for school news and emergencies, update their student's information, and much more.
Pasco Schools will start the school year on September 1st with at-home learning, and staff are excited to connect, work, and engage with students so they can be successful this school year. Below you will find important information on enrollment, schedules, meals, and much more. Beginning August 20th, the offices at our schools will be staffed ...
Elementary and Middle School students will pick up their laptop at their school. Schools will be communicating the schedule for pick-up. PSD uses Microsoft 365, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, available both online and offline.
Pasco School District is excited to offer three virtual learning opportunities for students for the 2021-22 school year:
The Pasco Parent Partnership (P³) program is a partnership with the parent and the school district.
Harnessing the power of 21st-century technology to make learning come alive, Pasco School District’s PIXeL (Pasco Innovative Experiences and e-Learning) Academy empowers K-8 students who thrive in an online platform of instruction.
iPAL (Internet Pasco Academy of Learning) offers an online curriculum utilizing Edgenuity's K-12 or OdysseyWare as a state approved provider. Teachers work with students in Zoom during daily office hours.
We meet academic standards while addressing students' social-emotional learning needs. In addition, we are preparing students for their future by building college and career skills. This is achieved by utilizing innovative teaching practices in a fully digital learning environment.
Pasco School District is providing the opportunity for students to improve high school credit-bearing grades from Trimester 3 of the 2019-2020 school year due to COVID-19 impacts.
Parents need to read and complete the Annual Update before students can pick up their laptops.
All parents have access to Parent Portal to view your child’s attendance history, schedule, grades, manage notifications, and allow you to edit directory information such as email addresses. In order to set up your account and access the Parent Portal for the first time, you will need the Parent Portal letter from your child's school.
Peninsula School District encourages parents, guardians and families to be involved and engaged in their child’s education. This page has many resources to help you find your child’s grades, attendance, test scores and much more.