PowerSchool is a software program that allows parents to track their children's current grades, attendance, etc., on a daily basis. The availability of PowerSchool is the decision of each local school. All questions related to PowerSchool should be directed to your school principal.
During the 2007-2008 school year, Truman High School and William Chrisman High School will pilot PowerSchool for parents. At the beginning of second semester, middle school parents will also have access to online grades and attendance.
The following schools are equipped with PowerSchool capabilities.
Truman High School
William Chrisman High School
Van Horn High School
Bridger Middle School
Bingham Middle School
Pioneer Ridge Middle School
Nowlin Middle School
Key in your username and password in the appropriate boxes and click on ENTER **Note: Your unique parent login (for each child) and password must be obtained from your school.
We hope you will find PowerSchool a valuable tool in assisting your child with his/her academic success. As always, if you have a question about your child, you are welcome to visit with teachers, advisors, counselors, or school administrators. We hope PowerSchool will serve to complement your parent-to-and-from-school communication.
Guide to being a PowerSchool Parent [335 kb]
To use PowerSchool Parent, click on the link below. Print the enrollment form and return it to your child’s school for processing.
Enrollment Form [246 kb]