Please click the button above to create your account:
NOTE: For security reasons, student access ID's and password information will NOT be provided on the phone or given to students. We can mail it to you, or you can come by in person to your child's school or the Computer Department with a valid NYS Drivers License.
If you have followed the directions, you should have successfully created your account and added your children. You may add additional children at any time or modify your account settings by clicking on the Account Preferences link.
We hope you find these tools both useful and informative. A list of frequently asked questions (FAQ's) are located below for your assistance:
PowerSchool is a student information system that manages a wide range of information, including grades, attendance, tests, demographics, activities, courses, and photos. Because the program has been designed using Internet-based software tools, it connects parents and students to a large variety of information.
Yes. If a parent would like a printed report card, they must fill out an Opt Out form and submit it to the Computer Department
academic year. The form can be obtained from the Guidance Department or Main Office of your child's school.
Attendance is posted by teachers and by the attendance office. Secondary teachers assign and post attendance to PowerSchool at different times throughout the day. For elementary schools, attendance is taken first thing in the morning. As always, feel free to contact the attendance office at any time.
At the High Schools and Middle Schools, teachers do their best to record attendance by the end of every period. However, teachers that instruct in multiple classrooms, in the gym, or outdoors, may record attendance for multiple periods at one time. At the elementary schools, attendance is done first thing in the morning.
The attendance office may modify attendance codes as they receive information from parents throughout the school day.
NO. Grade scales are based on the courses that your child is enrolled in. District grade scales consist of: Numeric, College Credit, AP, Accelerated, Pass/Fail. All teachers share the grade scales as well as other class policy information with their students at the beginning of each course.
Many teachers use categories such as tests, quizzes, daily work to organize and give different weights to grades; how they weight them is an individual decision. Teachers share with students how they grade at the beginning of each course.
We provide Access ID information only to parents and/or legal guardians. As long as you protect this information, and the username/password of your Parent Portal account, others will not be able to see your child's information.
Username and Password
For Parent Portal the username you create is not case sensitive, however, the password you create
use your e-mail address (email@example.com) as your username, the system will not recognize it and you will not be able to log in.
Student Access ID and Passwords
The letter you received in the mail contains an Access ID and Password that is case sensitive. Please note that the Access ID is all
and the Password is all
Please be sure you enter in the information as printed in your letter.
YES, you are able to change your username and/or password on the "Account Preferences" link (top right of screen). Please
keep it confidential. You should treat it as you would an ATM card or credit card.
It is very important for the Parent Portal to have your correct e-mail address. It is used by the "Forgot Username" and "Forgot Password" processes. You can view and update your e-mail address on the Account Preference link (top right of screen)
Once an e-mail address has changed, an automatic e-mail notification will be sent to both the old and new e-mail addresses, for added security.
These are labels for different types of grades and terms and are sometimes specific to schools. Generally Q1 & Q2 represent final grades for Quarters 1 and 2. P1 & P2 are for Progress Reports. X1 represents a Midterm Exam for Full Year Courses and X2 is for Semester 1 Final Exams. Q3, Q4, etc. represent individual marking period grades that fall within the semesters. P3 & P4 are Progress Reports for 3rd and 4th quarters. You will find the codes intuitive and easy to understand.
No, the music lesson code is a present code. Please note that the classroom teacher may mark the student as absent until the attendance office has an opportunity to update student music lesson attendance for the day.
On the login page, please enter BFKT for Levittown's district code.
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