ParentVUE provides a single sign-on for parents to access all of their children's information, including schedules/classes, grades, GPA, attendance, discipline, graduation requirements, and more. Parents can communicate with staff, track your student's status towards graduation, submit absences, and update information such as demographics, emergency contacts, address, bus riding status, and health information through the annual update.
StudentVUE is the student portal where students can access their schedules, grades, assignments and communicate with teachers.
Never logged into ParentVUE before? You may need to activate your ParentVUE account. Follow the directions below to Activate or Create Your Account.
Activate or Create an Account
To activate a ParentVUE account, you need the Activation Key emailed to you by your child’s school. Contact the school registrar if you need a new account activation code emailed. If you have registered your student using Online Pre-registration, your account has been created (same user name and password).
ParentVUE and StudentVUE are also available as a mobile app! The ParentVUE and StudentVUE mobile apps provide access to most (but not all) of the features and data available in the web version of the parent and student portal.
To use the ParentVUE Mobile app, you must activate or create a ParentVUE account on your computer
The ParentVUE app is available for both the iOS and Android platforms.
- Requires wireless, 3G or LTE Internet connection.
- The iOS apps are compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- The Android version requires Android 4.1 or later.
- The mobile apps use the same username and password as the web version.
Get the ParentVUE App
Step 1: Ensure that you have activated your ParentVue account on a web browser.
Step 3 : Download the App
Login to the App
Step 1: Launch the App. Swipe to the left
Step 2: Enter your home zip code and type search
Step 3: Tap Bethel School District
Step 4: Select Yes
Step 5: Log in using your Account Username and Password when you created your account.
Note: There is an option to manually enter the district URL. If you would like to manually configure the URL, tap the gear icon at the bottom left corner of the Login screen. Be sure to enter the entire URL, including the https:// (the complete URL is https://wa-beth.edupoint.com)
ParentVUE App Navigation
PARENTVUE APP NAVIGATION
Photos of your children appear when you log in. Tap a photo to view the ParentVUE menu. Tap an item to view information on that topic. Tap Navigation at the top left or swipe right to return to the menu.
- Messages: View district and school-based messages.
- Calendar: View daily class information such as homework, quizzes and projects. Tap the calendar icon at the top to select a different date. Tap an assignment to see the details.
- Attendance: View attendance information.
- Grade Book: View assignments and grading information for the current marking period by class. Choose a different marking period at the top. Tap a class to view specific assignments. Students concurrently enrolled (CE) in another school may choose the CE school from the menu at the top to view grades for those classes.
- Daily Assignments: View all assignments by date. Tap an assignment to view the grades. Tap the funnel icon to filter the list (or clear all filters).
- Class Notes: Select a date from the menu to view notes teachers may have posted for a class.
- Student Info: View your child’s demographic information on file with the school district.
- Class Schedule: View your child’s class schedule and teachers. Tap on the envelope icon beside a teacher’s name to send an email.
- Health: View immunization records.
- School Information: Contact information for school staff.
- Conference: Elementary only. View notes from conferences with teachers. Use the PVUE web version to schedule a conference.
- Class Websites: View content and links your child’s teachers have posted for class resources.
- Report Card: View an unofficial PDF copy of the report card(s) if your child’s school has uploaded these documents.
Need Tech Help? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Resources for Students
Canvas provides a library of guides and instructions which you can find here: Guide
Help With Assignments:
How do I view assignments? Guide
How to submit an online assignment? Guide
How do I submit a text entry assignment? Guide
How do I submit a media file as an assignment? Guide
How do I submit a peer review to an assignment? Guide
Files and accessing files
How do I view files? Guide
How do I view my Google Drive? Guide
How do I use the calendar? Guide
How do I use the course home page? Guide
How do I view discussions? Guide
How do I view my grade? Guide
How do I view a module? Guide
How do I use the to-do list in the Dashboard? Guide
Resources for Parents
Canvas is the platform that is primarily used for grades 2nd-12th. Teachers use Canvas to house their curriculum,
provide updates, announcements, and calendars. This is also where most of your student's work will be turned in. We are fortunate that Canvas has a great platform for help and assistance. You can find all the Guides HERE on the Canvas Instructures webpage.
Parents and Guardians, did you know you can access real-time information from teachers, find out what is happening in their classroom, student grades and work in Canvas?
- Co-enrollment allows you as the observer to view grades, upcoming assignments and due dates, missing work, and teacher communication. A step by step how to create a parent/guardian account can be found HERE.
- Preferences for notifications- Teachers can send individual, group, and course-wide messages to students and parents and your students can also communicate safely with teachers and each other. Once you're co-enrolled, you'll want to set up your notification preferences. Click here for instructions on setting up your notification preferences.
To receive an iPad during deployment, you must attend a deployment event at your school. After deployment, students and their families should contact the students' school librarian. It is required to sign a Hold Harmless Form, accept or decline the optional iPad Coverage, sign the Student Expectations form and sign any other student expectations forms needed by the school. If you do not, an iPad will not be issued to your student.
Monitor Student Progress
BSD encourages parents and guardians to use the iPad to monitor their child’s academic progress and communicate electronically with their child’s teacher(s). Ask your students to show you what they have learned and created with the iPad, and discuss how they use the device in school.
Canvas Mobile App
Parents and guardians can use the Canvas app installed on the iPad to view their child’s grades, coursework, and upcoming assignments. At this time, the district is adopting Canvas as the learning management system and teachers have the option to use Canvas or not in their classrooms.
Parents may also use the Safari browser app to log in to their personal email account to send emails to their child’s teacher(s). Parents and guardians should not add a personal email account to the iPad’s built-in Mail app because personal emails may be visible to anyone who accesses the device.
Parenting in the Digital Age
While iPads are a powerful learning tool, it is essential for families to set boundaries around the proper use of the iPad at home. As a parent or guardian, you have the final say as to how much your child uses the iPad at home. Here are some tips on how you can help your child become a safe and responsible digital citizen.
Rules for Home iPad Use
Set standards for your child’s use of the iPad at home:
Parent Tips and Resources
Common Sense Media provides tips on how to monitor children’s safe and responsible Internet use.
iPad Content is Not Private
Because iPads are district property, school/district administration has access to each iPads Internet history, photos, and other information. Students are required to unlock the iPad upon request by district staff.
Apps Not Allowed on BSD iPads
Certain apps are not allowed on BSD iPads due to concerns such as student privacy and online safety. Other apps may be added to this list in the future. Students also have access to the Bethel App Store called Self-Service where all curricular apps they have access to have been fully approved by district staff including free and paid apps.
- The iPad should be FIRST used to complete school work before students use the iPad to visit the Internet, play games or music.
- Check your child’s iPad and their school work regularly.
- To supervise the iPad’s use, have your child use the iPad in a central location like the kitchen or living room.
- To avoid unsupervised iPad use, charge the iPad in a central location of the home.
- If your child is not following your rules, you have the right to limit access to the device.
- Encourage your student to leave the case on, inspect it often to ensure no damage has occurred to the case, iPad or charger. Discourage any graffiti on the iPad, case, cord or charger block. These will result in damage charges at the end of the year.
- Using social media responsibly
- Guidelines for monitoring screen time and setting age-appropriate schedules
- Educational websites for young children
- Managing cell phone use
- Signing a Family Agreement with an age-appropriate checklist to guide conversations with your child about the responsible use of media and technology
Seesaw is a Learning Management System for preschool through 1st grade.
Here you will find resources to support Seesaw with your student at home.
Zoom is a video communication software that teachers are using for video and audio conferencing, collaboration, chat, with students to check-in.
Parents and guardians can learn more about Zoom on the Zoom website.
Our Digital Learning Teachers have made some guides for students to join a Zoom meeting! Student Guide- Step by Step how to join Zoom
Zoom has a library of troubleshooting steps and guides to supports, you can find that on their website here https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us