Wednesday, September 14, 2016

How do I access Powerschool (Home Base)?

How do parents get started? 

Step 1. Complete the access request forms.
Hand deliver the completed access request form to Carroll's Student Services. Notarized forms can be mailed. Download the notary public form or the photo ID form. 
Step 2. Wait for your access letter and instructions.
Once your we have verified your forms, we will provide you with a welcome letter with a link to a Quick Guide Elementary School (English) / Elementary School (Español) | Secondary School (English) Secondary School (Español).  
Step 3. Create a Parent Portal account.
Use the information you received in your letter to create your Parent Portal account. For help creating an account, download directions (links below). When you are ready, you can create an account here: wcpss.powerschool.com/public.
Step 4. Link your students to your account.
Once you’ve created your Parent Portal account, use the access ID and password provided on the letter from the school to view your child’s data. Does your access ID and password still not work? Make sure you’ve created your Parent Portal account first. Still having issues? Download and read the directions.
Step 5. Need Help? Please review the FAQs below.


Frequently Asked Questions


Q: What if I can’t remember my username and password?
A: Click 'Having trouble signing in' on the login page. You will be asked to enter your username to reset your password. You will need to enter your e-mail address if you have forgotten both your username and your password. Information will be sent to your e-mail address.
Q: What is the web page for the parent portal?
A: 
Go to https://wcpss.powerschool.com/public/
Q: Where does my child log in for the student portal?A:The student portal for grades 6-12 may be found at: http://my.ncedcloud.org
Q: How do I add my student to my Parent Portal Account?
A: 
Please download the Parent Portal User Guide. 
Q: Will my child still have access if I do not create an account?
A: 
Students will be provided information to access their data even if parents do not request access.

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