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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I reset the password to my PowerSchool Parent Portal?

When you reset your password, you will be asked to use an email. YOU MUST use the email we already have as your contact email in PowerSchool.

  1. In a web browser on a computer, go to https://powerschool.psdr3.org/public

  2. Click "Forgot Username or Password

  3. Enter the Username/Email you used to create your Parent Portal account.

For more help, click here for step by step instructions on recovering your PowerSchool Parent Portal account.

If you have any problems reseting your password, message the Technology District Helpdesk or call (314) 213-8050.

How do I monitor my child's Internet use on their school device?

Securly is the content filter we use to filter student devices. Parents who activate their SecurlyHome account can also use it to monitor and control Internet use at home. Learn more: Parents

How do I monitor my child's grades?

Empower (K-5 & Remington Traditional) and Canvas (6-12) are digital learning environments teachers use to provide learning resources, create assignments, monitor student progress, and assign grades. To know how your child is doing academically, you want to access your parent/guardian accounts for those systems.

Learn more: Parents

How do I qualify my child for Internet assistance at home?

For the 21-22 school year, Pattonville School District is offering Internet access for students who are unable to afford or obtain it. To participate in this program, students must be enrolled in the Free/Reduced Lunch program and submit an Internet Access request form for each child that needs access in the PowerSchool parent portal. Applicants will need to upload or turn into a building the Free and Reduced Lunch 21-22 Approval Letter to complete the request.

Eligible students will be provided with mobile broadband Internet access for their district-provided device only. Participation in this program will be awarded to eligible students on a first come, first served basis.

High school students who qualify will be assigned a hotpot device to use with their MacBook.

K-8 students who qualify will be assigned an LTE capable iPad.