Home Access Center
From assignments and grades to scheduling and communication, staying up-to-date and in touch with students and parents is essential to student achievement.
Home Access Center provides parents and guardians with helpful information to support and guide their children through the educational process. Parents can access a convenient web portal to view their student’s test scores, attendance, assignments, discipline records, and more information available anywhere and at any time.
To register for Home Access Center click here
Helping Students Learn
Title I Department provides families with age/grade level (PK-12) appropriate newsletters that offer ideas and suggestions to bridge the home- school connection.
Click the newsletter below to read the article.
Ayudando a los Niños a Aprender
El Departamento de Título I provee a las familias boletines grado apropiado (PK-12) ofrecer ideas y sugerencias que crean vínculos entre el hogar y la escuela.
Haga clic en el boletín de abajo para leer el artículo.
What is Remind 101?
Remind 101 is a website that provides a safe way for teachers to text message or email students and parents.
How does Remind 101 work?
First, a teacher adds his/her class, which generates a unique code. The teacher then shares that code with students or parents. At that point, any student or parent who sends a text message with the code will be"subscribed" to the teacher's class. Any time a teacher sends a message from Remind 101, all the students or parents subscribed will receive it. Using this method, no one knows each other's cell phone number; the teacher only sees a name in his/her sign-up list online, not phone numbers.Is Remind 101 Free?The service is free, but standard messaging rates apply. So, if you do not have unlimited texting on your cellphone's data plan, you might be charged for each text message.
Why does my child’s teacher want to use Remind 101 to communicate with students?
Kids today are very busy and they communicate primarily by texting. The purpose is to provide students with timely reminders of assignments or upcoming quizzes/tests, as well as send them encouraging messages that hopefully motivate and uplift them. These messages travel one-way only, from the teacher to students and/or parents; you cannot respond to texts and there will not be an on-going conversation of any kind. It is very safe and hopefully very effective. Parents, I encourage you to sign up for these messages along with your child so that you can stay up to date with what is happening in your child's classes!
How does a student or parent sign up for a teacher's messages?
As a student or parent you never need to come to a website, or create an account. To sign up for your teacher's messages, you need to ask for his/her Remind 101 class code and class phone number. You then have the option to receive his/her messages via text, email or both.
Click here for a list of classes and teacher codes.