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Creating a Parent Account
Parents can create accounts in Converge that will allow them to view upcoming and past due assignments, course resources, student grades, calendar events, and notifications through the Parent Portal. Please note that the Parent Portal will only be accessible if the school or district has activated it.
To create a parent account, go to the Converge Login page for your student's school and click on Parent? Sign up here.
You will be prompted to enter your name, email, address, and a password. You might want to unmask the password to be sure it is correct. Click Next when you are done.
You may enter your address and phone number on this page if you would like teachers to have this information. Click Review to review all of the information you have entered.
Once you have reviewed the information you entered, then click Create my new account.
You will receive the following message indicating that you need to check your email and verify your account. Click Continue and you will be returned to the log-in page.
Log in to your email account and look for the account confirmation email from Converge Notifications. If you don’t see it, you may need check your spam box. Open the email and click the link to verify your account.
You will be taken directly to your parent portal. You may want to bookmark this page so it will be easy to find later. To add a student to your account, click on the students icon located on the left side navigation bar, then click the button that says Add student.
Enter the student ID number, which will be supplied to you by your school once they have made the decision to utilize the Parent Portal.
Confirm the student shown is your student by clicking Yes.
Then enter your student's birthday and click Add.
Now your student is linked to your account and you will be able to access his or her course information, grades and events. If you have multiple students enrolled, simply repeat the same process for adding a student for each child.