Explore external links at your own risk. Furthermore, school staff members may not have reviewed links found within the linked page. Moore Elementary School 252 338-5000 Courtney Schurr - Data Manager River Road Middle School 252 333-1454 Jeanna Flowers - Data Manager Sheep Harney Elementary School 252 335-4303 Judy Waterfield - Data Manager Weeksville Elementary School 252 330-2606. These email notifications send recipients requested information such as current grades, detailed reports of assignments and scores, as well as attendance. When will I be able to access the PowerSchool Parent Portal? Entry of grades and daily attendance may be delayed if a substitute teacher is necessary. In compliance with federal law, Lee County Schools administers all state and federally operated educational programs, employment activities, and admissions without discrimination because of race, religion, national or ethnic origin, color, age, military service, disability or gender except where exemption is appropriate and allowed by law.
Save your links in tiles that you can customize with different colors, icons or images. Elementary students Grades K-5 will receive a letter with user name and password printed on the document. Parents of K-2 students should anticipate that assignments are formative and ongoing, and therefore will not be recorded in the PowerSchool gradebook and not accessible through the parent portal. For more Home Base details, visit the page. A new way for parents to keep up with their students' academics. The parent portal will be open on Tuesday, September 17 th,2013. Students that need assistance should contact their teacher.
PowerSchool's Parent Portal provides real-time access to parents for their child's grades, attendance, assignments, and more. Be prepared to present a photo id to verify your identity. Another option within the Parent Portal would be to set email notifications for multiple email addresses. The Berkeley County School District is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, color, religion, disabilities, national origin, military status, immigrant status, or English-speaking status. Teachers are able to reset student passwords back to the default passwords. PowerSchool's Parent Portal provides real-time access for parents to their child's grades, attendance, assignments, and more. .
While school staff members review links when they are inserted on district or school pages, the contents of the linked page can change at any time. The Login Request Form must be completed prior to this time in order to access the portal. Since its inception in 2013, Home Base has developed into a comprehensive suite of tools that provides management of student data, educator evaluation, professional development for educators and access to learning resources aligned with the North Carolina Standard Course of Study. Onslow County is introducing Parent Portal. Organize all of your favorite websites, videos, documents, articles and more - all in one place! Inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies should be made to the Director of Human Resources.
Make your online life easier by keeping all your favorite websites organized in a visually-appealing, personalized environment. If you find linked content that you consider inappropriate, please contact the Berkeley County School District Office of Technology or Office of Communications and Community Engagement. Click the image for a short Home Base video. Sawyer Elementary School 252 338-1012 Michelle Spence - Data Manager Northeastern High School 252 335-2932 Veronica Arthur - Data Manager Northside Elementary School 252 335-2033 Debbie Lavoie - Data Manager Pasquotank Elementary School 252 335-4205 Cheryl Boone - Data Manager Pasquotank County High School 252 337-6880 Maureen Gravgaard - Data Manager P. Links to more in depth information about these resources are located on the page. Instructions for this process are available English - , Spanish -. To access the PowerSchool Parent Portal, click the image below.
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