The Parent Portal provides real-time access for parents to their child’s grades, attendance, assignments, and more. To access the PowerSchool Parent Portal, click the link. https://stagneskc.powerschool.com
At the beginning of each school year, a form is sent home with the student’s access code and directions on how to create an account. Once you create an account, it rolls over from year to year.
What is the PowerSchool Parent Portal?
The PowerSchool Parent Portal is a feature of the PowerSchool Student Information System that provides parents/guardians immediate access to grades, assignments and attendance records in an effort to facilitate and improve communication between home and school.
How does one get a PowerSchool Parent Portal login and password?
A letter with this information will be provided to parents at the beginning of the school year.
Do I need a new username and password each year if my child is returning?
No, all login information will remain active as long as your child is a student at St. Agnes.
What if I lose or forget my password?
If your password is lost or forgotten you can access the “having trouble signing in” link on the login page to have your information emailed to you. The login information that is emailed to you, must be used with 30 minutes of the request, or you will need to submit a new request from the link
I don’t understand the grades that have been entered and I have questions. Who do I contact?
Contact your child’s teacher.
Do I need a separate login for each of my children?
You will receive a separate access for each child; however, multiple children can show up when you create your login and password. If you have three children in the system, you should be able to access each of them with a single login.
Can I access the PowerSchool Parent Portal from anywhere?
Yes, you can access the PowerSchool Parent Portal from any computer with Internet access. There is also an app that can be downloaded from Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
More questions and answers can be found on the PowerSchool parent resource center’s website