Family Access is an easy and useful online tool that allows parents and guardians to monitor their child's grades, attendance and academic history.
Family Access login information is available at your school.
With your user name and password you will be given the “address” for Family Access. After you log on to the Internet you can enter the address into your web browser and go directly to the Family Access site.
Your new user name and password should work flawlessly, and in the event you have a problem with Family Access, you can email for technical help at the Family Access email address. A staff member will reply to your request as soon as possible.
Please note that Bethel School District does not support off-site technology or software applications. For specific computer or software problems, please consult your computer dealer or software vendor.
What is Family Access?
Bethel School District dedicates the Family Access site to all parents and guardians who want to be more involved with their child’s education. With the Family Access web portal, you can review your child’s progress with just a “point and click” from your home or office.
Parents and guardians can view a variety of student information, such as attendance, schedules, grades, and student and family demographics. Please be aware that not all of the Family Access features may be available at all schools.
With this up-to-the-minute information, there is no need for parents to wait until parent-teacher conferences to get valuable information. The system provides easy access to staff email addresses, so parents can contact teachers or other staff with immediate questions or concerns about a student’s performance.
Your Family Access password and user name will work for all currently enrolled children who live in your household, regardless of grade level or school of attendance. Your login and password are available at your school.
We welcome you to Family Access and hope that you will find this electronic application helpful in working with the district to provide the best education possible for your child.