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PowerSchool Parent Portal

What is PowerSchool?
The PowerSchool Parent Portal is a web-based home-to-school collaboration solution that allows parents to examine up-to-date information on their child's grades, attendance, homework assignments, and more-- all through a secure, easy-to-use online link to school records. Parent Portal also makes it easy for parents and teachers to communicate via e-mail messages. You may even choose to receive automatic e-mail alerts if your child is tardy or missing an assignment. 
What information does PowerSchool provide parents?
Learn more about the program parents can use to monitor grades, attendance, and discipline. 
  • Student Information
  • Grades
  • Teachers' Remarks
  • Attendance/Tardiness
  • Discipline 
How do I begin using PowerSchool?
Please complete the PowerSchool Parent Portal Registration Form below and contact your child's school to receive your confidential Access ID and Password.
 
After you have contacted your school and obtained your login credentials, you may log in to PowerSchool by clicking here. 
 
What is the easiest way to access PowerSchool?
Along with many other helpful resources, PowerSchool can be accessed within the Burke County App!
Helpful Documents
 
A/B Honor Roll and Principal's List
 
The Burks County Board of Education recognizes and encourages academic scholarship through two academic honor rolls for students in Grades 3-8. Both are compiled at the close of each of the four marking (nine-weeks) periods. 
 
Principal's List 
Students who earn a grade of 90 or above in all classes AND a conduct grade of Satisfactory (S) or above in all classes for the grading period (nine weeks) will be recognized on the Principal's List. 
 
A/B Honor Roll 
Students who earn an overall average of 90 or above with no grade below 80 in any class AND a conduct grade of Satisfactory (S) or above in all classes for the grading period (nine weeks) will be recognized on the Honor Roll.
 
Note: General rounding rules are used when computing averages for Principal's List and Honor Roll (e.g. 89.6=90; 89.4=89).
 
To ensure consistency and timeliness of reporting, both Principal's List and A/B Honor Roll will be run from the district office rather than at individual schools. Principals will, however, have a window of opportunity (5 days) to verify their school lists before the final list is submitted to the local paper.