Parent Portal Information

IMPORTANT

The update to Parent Portal has been completed, and is now open. As of Saturday morning a letter containing your new student account Access IDs and Passwords for were placed in the mail. This week You will receive separate letter for each student at Maple.

If your student had access to Parent Portal earlier this year, It is recommended that you use a different password. As a reminder Parent Portal will contain sensitive information about online registration, that you will be able to view and edit directly. It is imperative that you, the parent(s), are the only one(s) that have access to this account. Please do not share your account information with your child(ren). Soon, we will enable Student Portal. This will allow students to keep track of their grades and attendance information. They will NOT have access to sensitive information that is collected during online registration.

  1. Go to https://ps.district30.org/public
  2. Click on the Create Account tab and click on the blue Create Account Button
  3. Create your Parent Account
    • Parent’s First Name
    • Parent’s Email Address - Please use your primary email address
    • Parent’s Last Name
    • Desired Password (6 character minimum)
    • Desired Username

       
  4. Link your student(s) to your account
    • Enter the student’s Full Name
    • Enter the Access ID and Access Password included in this letter
    • Select the Relationship to your child from the dropdown menuYou can enter up to 6 more students during this process.
    • To add other students to your account, use the Access Codes & Passwords from the other student letters

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  5. Once all Access ID's and Passwords have been entered have the user then hit Enter at the bottom of the page. 

  6. Sign in to your account from the Sign In tab.
  1. Go to https://ps.district30.org/public
  2. Enter your Username and Password and click Sign In
  3. Click Account Preferences under Navigation on the left
  4. Click on Students and click Add
  5. Enter the Student’s Full Name, Access ID, and Access Password listed on the letter you received and click OK.
  6. That student has now been added to your Parent Portal Account. An additional name will appear in the dark blue bar under the PowerSchool Logo.
  1. Click the link Forgot Username or Password
  2. Enter the username and email address that you created for your account, then click Enter
  3. You should receive the email as an email from your school. If you aren’t seeing the email, check your Junk or Spam folder
  4. Click on the password reset link in the email you receive.
  5. Enter a new password
  6. Log in to the website to verify the password has been successfully reset and is working

With PowerSchool's Parent Portal, you can access the academic information of your student(s) through one single login. This gives parents access to real-time information including attendance, grades and detailed assignment descriptions. With the tools provided in Parent Portal, everyone stays connected. Students stay on top of assignments, and parents are able to participate more fully in their student's progress. Teachers can enhance communications with parents and students through this dynamic information system.

You will receive a letter with an Access ID and Access Password for each student you have enrolled in District 30 and you will have the ability to link multiple students to the single account that you will create. Please follow the directions to Creating a Parent Account carefully to create your new Parent Portal username and password.

New this spring, you will register students from a new section within Parent Portal. More information will be available soon on this new process.

If you need further assistance in creating this PowerSchool Parent Portal login, please contact the the main office of your student's school.

Visit Parent Portal at 
https://ps.district30.org/public


To create an account, link students to an existing account, or to reset your password, please view the guides at the top of this article.