PowerSchool's Parent Portal provides parents/guardians of students in grades Pk-5 with real-time access to their child's teacher assignments and attendance. In order to create a Parent Portal account in PowerSchool, the parent/guardian must receive an access ID (code) from your school.
Access to the Parent Portal can be gained from home, work, public library, or anywhere an internet connection can be established. The Parent Portal is a free service to our district families.
If you are having difficulty logging in to your Parent Portal account or forgot your password, please contact the Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org. Is the Parent Portal available as an app?
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For each parent, you’ll report similar information to that you report for yourself: basic information about your parent’s identity (e.g., name, date of birth, and Social Security number—if he or she has one); living situation (e.g., marital status, state of residence, household size); and financial circumstances (e.g., tax information, certain assets, certain untaxed income). Learn more about the types of information you and your parents will report on the FAFSA form.
Divorced or Separated Parents Who Live Together. If your divorced parents live together, you’ll indicate their marital status as “Unmarried and both legal parents living together," and you will answer questions about both of them on the FAFSA form. If your separated parents live together, you’ll indicate their marital status as “Married ...
You are older than 21 but not yet 24, are unaccompanied, and are either homeless or self-supporting and at risk of being homeless.
It doesn’t matter if you don’t live with your parent or parents; you still must report information about them. The following people are not your parents unless they have legally adopted you: grandparents, foster parents, legal guardians, older brothers or sisters, uncles or aunts, and widowed stepparents.