The Parent Portal is a great way for parents/guardians to stay connected to their student's grades, attendance, assessments, and important announcements. Parent Portal accounts are available for all students enrolled with Volusia County Schools and are easy to set up.
What is VBCPS Parent Portal? Parent and guardian access to important current school year information for your child’s progress available from any computer connected to the Internet – 24 hours a day, seven days a week. What type of school information is available?
In order to access Online Registration, you must have an active ParentVUE account. To create an account for Online Registration, please click the button "More Options," select "Create a New Account," and follow the prompts.
Students have access to a collection of division-supported digital resources by logging in to the school division’s Student Portal. These resources include, but are not limited to:
Parents may also access Student Portal and available digital resources by using their child’s login credentials for home access.
Students and staff who are logged in to a computer or device within the VBCPS Network (in schools and VBCPS buildings) will have access to Student Portal without needing to provide additional login credentials.
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Please read the " Instructions on creating a Parent Portal account " document before creating your Parent Portal account.
After you create your Parent Portal account, you can access it by going to https://volusia.focusschoolsoftware.com/focus/index.php?skipSAML.
Family involvement is a key feature when implementing PBIS. Family members participate in planning teams and learn how to teach their children the importance of school-wide expectations at home and in the community. Family members can volunteer to participate in related school activities including school celebrations, public relations, and the search for donations and free resources in the community.
The “positive” in PBIS refers to supportive learning environments where students and teachers feel appreciated, safe and respected.
Support and reinforce PBIS at home by utilizing the same language of expectations at home as those used at your child's school (e.g. Respectful, Responsible, Kind and Safe)