LC Provides Parents/Guardians Access to Their 6th-12th Grade Student's Information Online
PowerSchool is the web-based Student Information System (SIS)
that Lewis Central uses for attendance, report cards, state reporting
and other student related tasks. PowerSchool allows the district to meet
accountability requirements, while increasing the family involvement
and teacher attention that help to ensure student success.
"PowerSchool makes our job of reporting to state and federal
government much easier, allowing us to keep our focus on the student,"
said Lewis Central Superintendent Dr. Mark Schweer. "But," he added
"perhaps the more important benefits are the opportunities PowerSchool
creates for increased parental involvement. With PowerSchool, parents
and students have password-protected access to grades, attendance,
activities, homework assignments and more, from any Internet
One of the key features of PowerSchool is the parent portal. This
allows parents or (guardians) and students to view grades, homework
assignments, attendance, and other school related information from any
Internet connection. The District's goal is to increase parental
involvement and provide another channel of communications. Students will
benefit as well by accessing grades, assignments, and class related
In order to use PowerSchool parents need an Internet connection. This
is not provided by the District. Parents will also need to obtain an
account that includes a username and password specific for each child. A
Request for Parental Access to PowerSchool form can be downloaded by clicking here or
can be picked up at the school office where your student is enrolled.
If you have more than one student you will need to complete a separate
request form and receive a separate password for each student.
To protect the confidentiality of student's information we will not
give out account information over the phone, through e-mail or U.S.
mail. Parents must come to the office where their student is enrolled
during regular school hours and complete the application process for
access to PowerSchool. A photo ID such as a driver’s license will be