General information: The Portal can be accessed by parents and students .
Parents will see all children in their household, or students that are related through the Guardian checkbox of the Relationships tool. They can check grades and attendance, view calendars, find assignment details and do a variety of other tasks.
Students can also be given access to the Portal, but they will only be able to see their own information.
Step-parents who are not court appointed guardians with documentation on file at the school, will not be able to access their step children's information. Accounts can only be set up for natural parents or legal guardians. We apologize for any inconvenience, and appreciate your understanding as we strive to provide instant access while protecting the privacy of all students.
Obtaining an Account You must show a photo ID at your child's school to receive an activation code and instructions.
Complex, tricky passwords are not always strong passwords and can be difficult to remember. For example, TheBr0wnC@t is a stronger password than !@#$%&() because TheBr0wnC@t uses a combination of character types and is long, whereas !@#$%&() uses only symbols and is short. A computer program can crack !@#$%^&() easier than it can crack TheBr0wnC@t.
When creating a password, consider the following:
Content - Use a short two or three word sentence as your password.
Length - Make your passwords long (8-10 characters minimum is usually sufficient).
Combination - Include letters, punctuation, symbols and numbers.
Uniqueness - Do not use your username or words found in the dictionary.
Forgot your Username/Password?
If you set an account security email use the "Forgot your password?" link found on the Campus Portal Sign In page.
Visit your child's school to show I.D. and request your account be reset.
Users who incorrectly log into their account multiple times will be required to enter a CAPTCHA each time they attempt to log in. This prevents users from being locked out of their account after several failed login attempts and protects accounts from malicious bots and scripts.
** CAPTCHA enforces case sensitivity for all letters EXCEPT: C, O, P, S, U, V, W, X, and Z**
If you forget your password, you can use the forgot password reset option.
Enter username and not the email. Username is NOT the email
This is the same thing when logging in. Username is what the parent setup and not the email.
If you click forgot password, it will go to the email you setup during the parent portal registration.
Parents need to check their spam, junk, focused, or other parts of their email inbox the reset email may be going to.
It takes about 3 minutes to get the email to reset.
Search for your District Name and State. Select your district from the list.
Click either Campus Parent or Campus Student.
Enter the Username and Password provided by your school.
Click Log In!
Logging in to the App
The Campus Student and Campus Parent apps provide the same tools as the browser version, with the benefit of the option to Stay Logged In and receive push notifications.
Download the app from the App Store or Google Play
Search for your District Name and State, entering at least 3 characters of your district's name to search. Select your district from the list.
Enter your Username and Password, provided by your school.
If using a secure, private device, mark Stay Logged In to receive mobile push notifications, if enabled by your school.
Click Log In!
How do I get Notifications?
Notifications are available through the Campus Student and Campus Parent mobile apps, if enabled by your school. You may need to enable notifications on your device as well, in addition to the app settings.
Before you log in, mark Stay Logged In to receive notifications.
After logging in, click the user menu in the top right and then click Settings and Notification Settings.
From there, indicate which types of notifications you'd like to receive and set the threshold for notifications. For example, indicate if you only want to receive Assignment notifications if the score is below 70%.
Schools choose whether to enable individual tools in Campus Student and Campus Parent, so if you're having trouble accessing a specific tool, contact your school.