PowerSchool Parent and Student Portal

Unified Classroom Login page

Hello MDIHS parents! Over the summer we have made an exciting upgrade to PowerSchool, called Unified Classroom. With Unified Classroom your students will have one location to see and complete assignments, tests, classroom web pages, grades and attendance, and communications from teachers. With this new upgrade comes the need for you as parents to create a new sign on to access PowerSchool. Please click the link below to access a step by step guide to creating your new Unified Classroom account.

Getting Started With Unified Classroom for Parents

Click the link below to access the PowerSchool Parent & Student Portal.

Download the PowerSchool App

The PowerSchool Mobile App gives parents and students instant access to information they need to stay up-to-date on student grades, performance, and attendance.
  • Receive real-time push notifications with updates about grades, scores, attendance, assignments, teacher comments, daily bulletins, schedules, and fee transactions.
  • Access all of your children in one portal
  • View grades, assignments, attendance, GPA, and more
  • View announcements from schools
  • Designed for iPhones/iOS, tablets, and Google/Android devices

TECH CONNECT  Parents are encouraged to use this form to contact us with student technology use questions and concerns. Please contact us directly if you would like assistance with Parental Control set up or to have us explain and employ different monitoring or use restrictions for your child's laptop.

Anne Swann, IT Specialist (aswann@mdirss.org)
Mark Arnold, Director of Educational Technology (marnold@mdirss.org)

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MacBook Air (Laptop) OS X Mavericks - Parental Controls: As a parent, you want your kids to have safe and productive experiences on their MacBook Air laptop. We share those interests with parents. Using Parental Controls preferences, you can manage, monitor, and control the time your kids spend on the Mac, the websites they visit, and the people they chat with.

How to Child-Proof the Web on a Mac: This tutorial shows a variety of different controls that parents can put in place on their child's laptop.

iOS Parental Controls: You can enable Restrictions, also known as parental controls, on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Restrictions stop you from using specific features and applications. Learn more about the types of Restrictions and how to enable or disable them on your child's device.

View the Quick Start Guide