Monday, October 29, 2012

DPS makes Student Information available online via Parent Assistant


Parent Assistant, an online access point for your student's data K-12, is available to Durham Public School parents who sign up at their school.  Parent Assistant gives you access to grades, credits, attendance data, courses, and much more.  You do have to go to your school, see the NC Wise Data Manager, and show a photo id to get started.   Just go to the front desk to find and ask for them.  Here's more information.  It sounds like a great tool for parents!

http://www.dpsnc.net/parents/parent-assistant/parent-assistant

Durham Education Resources would love to hear more about your experience with Parent Assistant.  Anyone tried it?  How does it work for  you?  Was it easy to get started?

1 comment:

Donna Rewalt said...

Parent Assistant will be replaced the 2013-14 school year with the statewide implementation of the new Home Base data system. Power School is the parent portal and parents will be able to access their student's information in real time--attendance, grades and more. Schools will be informing parents about this new system when it is up and running by the second semester of the school year.