Parent/Student Portal

Parent & Student Portal Overview

District 49 provides parent and student portals to allow authorized individuals to login and access grades, class schedules, attendance histories, assignments information and other student information, including messages from teachers. The portals are hosted by PowerSchool, and designed to increase communication between schools and their families. Parents are able to monitor their student’s progress and see what assignments are due. The goal of providing this tool is to help our students be more successful in school.
Log Into Parent or Student Portal
District Access Code: QGGB

How We Create Accounts

  • To create a new Parent/Student Portal account refer to the email you received containing the Parent/Student Access ID and Password.  If you did not receive an email containing access codes, please contact your student’s school to obtain this information.
  • When you follow the directions from the  PS Parent Account Creation Guide D49 (PDF attachment), the second part of the set up instructions explains you can link your student’s account by showing you where to enter the student’s first and last name. You will then be asked to enter your Access ID and password (not the student Access/ID).
  • Once you have created the parent account you can go back to the login screen PS Student and Parent Sign In and use the student ID/password to let your student also log in through the Student and Parent Sign In screen (you don’t have to create a separate account for them). A new screen will pull up and ask the student to enter the current password (The Student Access Password sent to you). Next, the student will pick a new password. New passwords must be at least 8 characters, one uppercase, one lowercase letter, contain one letter, one number, and a special character.

PowerSchool Parent Account Creation Guide

Get Started (pdf version of instructions)

PowerSchool is the District’s new web-based tool providing real-time insights on student grades, schedules, performance, and attendance.

Before you can access your student information, you must create a new parent account (existing IC accounts will not work in PowerSchool). You need to have at least one student Access ID and Password to create an account. You will receive this information in an email. If you do not have this information, contact your school.

Set-up your account (Each parent/guardian may create their own account)

Step 1: Open your Web browser to

Step 2: On the Sign In screen, choose the “Create Account” tab and click on “Create Account” at the bottom of the Create an Account window.


Click “Create Account” screenshot of powerschool login screen


Verify by clicking on “Create Account”




Step 3: Complete information requested

Screenshot of Powerschool credentials login

Step 3: Complete information requested (Continued)

Screenshot of powerschool login options

Link Students to Account: Student Name – Enter the first and last name of the student you want to add to your account.

Parent Access ID and Password – Enter the unique Access ID and Password that you receive in the mail. Contact your school if you do not have this information.

Relationship – Choose how you are related to the student

Access ID and Access Password are case sensitive. Click on the relationship dropdown arrow to choose your relationship to the student.

Step 4: After completing all information, click “Enter” at the bottom of the page.

powerschool login screenshot information

Note: If you get an error message, please verify information entered and re-submit.

Step 5: Sign-in to test your new account at Your screen should look similar to the image below:

Powerschool login screenshot information

Account Preferences allows you to change your e-mail address, username or password. You may also add additional students to your account.

PowerSchool Mobile App is available for iOS and Android devices. Use District code, QGGB.

NOTE: Schools are responsible for what is available on your parent portal. Each school might have different views. Please contact your child’s school for more information.