•  Parent Portal

    Parent Portal is a statewide student information system that gives parents and students access to real-time information including attendance, grades, and assignments.  With Parent Portal, powered by Pearson's PowerSchool application, everyone stays connected:  Students stay on top of assignments, parents are able to participate in their child's progress, and teachers can instantly share information from their gradebook with parents and students.  Families with multiple students can also set up their accounts to view all of their students at one time, with one login.

    Please view this video from NCDPI for more information.

    Available Online and Available on Mobile Devices:

    You will need to set up a Parent Portal account from a web browser on a computer first and then you can download the app on your mobile device. Visit https://wcs.powerschool.com/public/ to get started on a computer.

    Click one of the links below to download the Parent Portal App on your mobile device once you have created an account through a web browser.  


    *Wilson County Schools Parent Portal District Code: XJPF


    Getting Started with Parent Portal

    Step 1:  Pick up your personalized access letter from your child's school. 

    Step 2:  Create a Parent Portal account through a web browser on a computer. Follow the steps listed on the personalized access letter to create your Parent Portal account or at this website - https://wcs.powerschool.com/public/.

    Step 3:  Link your student(s) to your account.  Use the access ID and password provided on the access letter from the school to view your child's data.  Please note:  You must create your Parent Portal account first.

    Step 4: Once you have created a Parent Portal account through a web browser on a computer, download the Parent Portal app to your mobile device. You will need to enter the Wilson County Schools Parent Portal District Code: XJPF

    Step 5: Need Help?  Please review the FAQs below prior to contacting the school for assistance.  Questions regarding grades can be emailed to your child's teacher. 


    Frequently Asked Questions About Parent Portal

    Why can't I locate my school on my mobile device?
    You will need to connect to our school district (Wilson County Schools) by entering the District Code XJPF or searching for Wilson County Schools, NC in the app.

    How will my child get their class schedule?
    Your school will provide class schedules and other details related to the opening of school.

    Will my child have access to PowerSchool if I do not create an account?
    Your student will be provided information to access their data even if parents do not request access.

    Will elementary schools provide access to the Parent Portal for K-2 students?
    No. Parent Portal gradebook does not match the grading procedures for K-2 students. 

    How do I add my student to my Parent Portal Account?
    Please review the Parent Portal User Guide.  You will need the personalized access letter from your child's school.

    Where does my child login for the student portal?
    Students and parents use the same website to sign-in: https://wcs.powerschools.com/public 

    What if I can't remember my username and password?
    Click 'Having trouble signing in' on the login page.  You will be asked to enter your username to reset your password. You will need to enter your email address if you have forgotten both your username and your password.  Information will be sent to the email address used to establish your account. 

    What happens if I can't locate the letter that has my child's access codes on it?
    Parents will need to contact the school to receive the personalized access letter that includes the access ID and password. 

    I am having trouble with the parent portal account.  Where do I get help?
    Parents should contact their school directly or visit the school's web site. 

    I haven't received an email from the system after requesting password reset.
    Please report this issue to your child's school.  They will contact our technology department to investigate the issue.

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