Now Introducing PowerSchool Apps!
PowerSchool for Parents and PowerSchool for Students apps, are now available for download from the Apple iTunes App Store! These apps will provide real-time access to attendance, grades, assignments, scores and much more, to users with an Apple iPhone®, iPod Touch® and iPad® running iOS version 4.0 or later and who are currently enrolled in PowerSchool 7.1 or later.
What features will these new apps include? For starters, students and parents can integrate the app with their Facebook and Twitter accounts to share scores and grades with friends and family. Both apps offer fast, easy “one-thumb” browsing, which allows for quick access to the latest school information from any location.
For parents with multiple children, a “Live Feed” can display all of their student’s information for the current week in a single view. This information can also be opened to reveal additional, in-depth detail. Read below for additional features**!
Parents can easily view or receive email alerts on each child’s progress in a single feed. PowerSchool Parent provides real-time access to:
- School announcements
- And so much more!
Students now have portable access to PowerSchool and can check:
- Teacher Comments
- Assignment Scores
- And more!
One parent said this about PowerSchool for Parents, “This is my new go-to app. “It’s going right on the front page of my iPhone. This is going to be a game changer for our family.” We hope and believe that these new apps will be a game-changer for everyone!
- PowerSchool Student requires PowerSchool 7.1 or later
- Requires activation of Mobile Services by each district system administrator
- Requires a wireless or 3G Internet connection
- Requires that student access be enabled by school administration
IMPORTANT!! Your school district must be using the PowerSchool 7.1 student information system in order to use PowerSchool for Parents & PowerSchool for Students. If you are not sure what student information system your school is using, contact your school and ask if they’re using PowerSchool.