Parents without accounts will receive information to create accounts during the first 2 weeks of school.
Students login to ProgressBook using their Revere Google account.
Use the Sign in with Google button on the login page:
First, try the Google Chrome browser. Update the Chrome OS if there is an update available.
While several other browsers are compatible, Chrome is recommended by the developer.
Second, clear your browser history and open a fresh window.
Third, try using an Incognito window.
Do not use any old saved bookmarks. If you have forgotten your password, use the link on the sign in page to reset it:
SETTING UP PARENT EMAIL ALERTS:
Receive a notification when your child receives a low assignment mark or is missing an assignment.
Navigate to Alerts in your account menu.
HOW TO VIEW & PRINT/SAVE PRIOR YEAR REPORT CARDS:Prior year report cards are available in ParentAccess.Select menu item Report Cards, select View Paper History (upper right corner of browser window). Select the report card desired. The report card can be saved electronically by selecting "Save as PDF" in your printer command dialogue box.ParentAccess Mobile ShortcutWith a few steps, parents and students can make a ParentAccess App Icon to be placed on their Andriod or iOS devices.iOS: Using your browser, navigate to your designated ProgressBook website and successfully log in. At the bottom middle of the screen click paper with up arrow, the pop up menu click add to home screen. You can name the shortcut and click add in the top right corner. The icon is now on your iOS device home screen.Android: Using Chrome browser, navigate to your designated ProgressBook website and successfully log in. At the top right of your screen click the 3 dots, menu will pop up, click add to home screen. Enter the shortcut name and click add. The icon is now on your Android device home screen.
Understanding Weighted Assignments
When viewing your child's grades for a particular class, it's important to click on the link at the bottom of the list of assignments titled, "View by Assignment Type." Many teachers weigh some assignment types more than others. Clicking this link will show you your child's average for each weighted assignment category.
If your child is struggling in a particular category, this allows you to see categories of weakness and assist in that area. This is particularly important in middle and high school where weighted categories are used more predominantly.
Why am I unable to see my child's assignments for
some classes when I click on the grade for that class?
When a teacher creates an assignment, he or she must check a box marked
"Post to the Web," in order for it to be viewable through Parent Access.
Teachers should be posting grades within a week of an assignment.
Checking with the teacher is the first step in troubleshooting this issue.