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FAQ

Frequently asked Questions:

Where do I find the student ID number?
The student ID number is printed on middle and high school schedules, report cards and progress reports. If you can't locate it, and you have registered your e-mail address with us, enter your e-mail address in the appropriate field on the student records home page. An e-mail will be sent to that address with your children's IDs and your userid and password.

How do I get a login name and a password?
In order to get a login name and password, you must register an e-mail address with your child's school.

Cantiague: 203-3600, X7250
Jackson: 203-3600, X6240
Seaman: 203-3600, X5280
Middle School: 203-3600, X3270
High School: 203-3600, X3225

When will I get a login name and a password?
You will receive your login name and password the day after your e-mail is given to the school. To get it, simply go to the student records home page. Enter your registered e-mail address in the space provided and e-mail will be sent to that address with your userid and password.

What do I do if I forgot my ID and/or password?
Enter your registered e-mail address in the space provided on the student records home page. An e-mail will be sent to that address with your userid and password.

Can I change my password?
Not at this time. We are trying to upgarde our system to include that feature.

Why is the district putting student records on-line?
Putting student records on-line saves the district money while enhancing school-home communication

What if I don't have access to a computer?
Parents who do not provide e-mail addresses will continue to get information in the traditional paper manner.

What kinds of documents are in the folder?
Student contact sheets, some standardized test reports, Middle and High School progress reports and report cards.

Who has access to the folders?
Parents and selected school district professionals. In the elementary schools, the files will be viewable by the principal and by each student's classroom teacher. In the middle and high schools, the files will be viewable by the building administration and each student's guidance counselor.

How secure are the student folders?
Each file is password protected. It is important that you keep your password confidential.

Why do I have to use an ID number? Shouldn't I be able to type a name?
It was decided not to use names for a variety of reasons. Names are neither consistent nor unique. We have a number of students in our district with the same name. Names can be inconsistent. Is the login name Jeff or Jeffrey, Sue or Susan? Finally, using IDs provides one more small layer of security. A student's name is public. His/her ID is much less public.

 

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