The eSchoolData Parent Portal is a highly secure, internet-based application through which parents and guardians are able to view district permitted details of their student’s academic record. Through the Parent Portal, parents and guardians have instant access to important information such as district and building announcements, assignment grades, student schedules, attendance information, progress reports, report cards, transcripts, assessment scores, course requests, immunization details, discipline incident information, bus assignments, or fees. Please note that the information you are able to see is regulated by your school district.
Every parent and guardian in the District student information system (eSchool) has been assigned a parent portal account. There is no need to register. If you need your account username and password, please call your child’s school.
If you forget or misplace your password, go to your Parent Portal Login Page. Click on the link “Forgot your password? Click here to retrieve it.” You will see a new page, enter either your UserID or email address. Hit the “Request Password” link. You will receive an email with a link to the ‘Change Password’ page.
Please call your child’s school.
To effectively access your Parent Portal account, you need a Macintosh (OS X) or Windows PC (Windows 2000 Pro or XP Pro) with an internet connection.
The email address associated with your account can be changed by clicking on the “My Account” icon on your personal home page. Then, click “Update Account Info” from the tabs on the left and enter your new email address. Click “Save.”
Only parents and guardians of currently enrolled students who are also flagged to receive correspondence are eligible to register for an eSchoolData Parent Portal account.
You can access the eSchoolData Parent Portal from anywhere you have access to a computer and internet access. Go to the district webpage, click “From Parents” in the menu, and click “Parent Portal”. You can also godirectly to https://parentportal.eschooldata.com/.
Contact your school and/or your student’s teacher to discuss any discrepancies.