Parental involvement is critical to a child's education. That's why CMS has provided a user-friendly web application to help parents and families become more involved in education. Parents can check their child's homework assignments, attendance reports, grades and other items from any computer, any time using PowerSchool.
Parents will be able to set up their own accounts with access information provided by the school.
Click the link below to access the PowerSchool Parent Portal:
PowerSchool also has a mobile app.
It is available to parents and students to download for free as a combined parent and student app from the App Store for the iPhone®, iPad® or iPod touch®, and as separate PowerSchool apps for parents and students on Google Play for Android devices.
View this video for more information about the PowerSchool Parent Portal
Download Instructions on Adding a Student to a Parents Account:
Frequently Asked Questions
The following frequently asked questions are designed to help families become familiar with and use the parent portal.
Can I access the parent portal before I register my child at a school?
No. You must first complete the registration of your child at a school. You must have an Access ID and password for each of your students. The school can provide those to you when you register your child.
Can someone else gain access or change my information?
No. Each family will receive an Access ID and password for each student which will be used to create the parent account. Please protect this information.
What do I do if I have forgotten/misplaced my user name and/or pass word?
The URL for Parent Portal will give directions on how to reset a password.
Will the parent portal replace the need for parent/teacher conferences?
No. It is still important to meet with your child’s teachers.
Does it cost anything to use the parent portal?
There is no cost to use the parent portal, but you will need a computer with Internet access. Computers are available at public library branches.
Can I change my personal and contact information online?
No, information must be given to the school registrar.
What do I do if information on the parent portal is incorrect?
Contact your child’s school to discuss information you believe is inaccurate. Teachers should be the first contact for grading concerns.