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Parent Resources

Parent Resources

  • Access your student's grades in GradeBook!

    Create an account or existing users may login to register your child for school or see student's grades.

    Parent Portal- Check Grades Here!

    To set up your account, click new user.

    Step 1:  Assign yourself a User Name using 6-9 digits as described.  Then assign yourself a password, confirm your password, and type in your e-mail address.

    Step 2:  Answer a hint question (in case you forget your password later).

    Step 3:  Enter the Portal ID number and the birthdate of the student.

    After you've set up your account, you may change information or add your other children to your account by going to the "My Account" tab. 

  • ​​​Access STAAR Assessment Results

    1. Access your student's STAAR results. Dig deeper to find ways to help your child achieve success.
    2. Compare results from previous STAAR assessments.
    3. View school-wide assessment results. 

    Click Here to Access Parent Portal

    To log in and view your child's assessment results, enter the six-character Unique Access Code and the date of birth that appears on their most recent STAAR Report Card. The code must be entered exactly as it appears.

    Don't Have a Unique Access Code?
    If you don't have a Unique Access Code or a copy of your child's STAAR Report Card, please contact your local school.Type your paragraph here.

  • Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) Resource Page

    What should my child be learning?

    Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

    This site will provide you with information on the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), which are the state standards for what students should know and be able to do.

    1. Select the content area you would like to learn about (i.e. math, science, etc.) first. 
    2. Find the appropriate grade level within the document. 
    3. Click on the blue dot to view the TEKS for that grade level. ​

    Ask your child's teacher or school librarian for help if you would like to understand this document better!

  • According the DSHS website, the School Health Advisory Council (SHAC) is a group appointed by the school district to serve at the district level. Members of the SHAC come from different areas of the community and from within the school district. Find more information on the Texas Department of State Health Services website.