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Skyward Family Access
Login to Skyward Family Access : Login Here
Getting your Login Code
For security reasons, please contact your student’s school to get your user name and password to access Skyward Family Access.
Skyward Family Access gives parents and guardians access to a variety of student information, including: Attendance, Discipline, Student and Family Demographics, Grading, Food Service Payments and Purchases
In some cases, you will not see discipline, classroom assignments, or classroom messages. Not all Family Access features will be implemented in each school.
Online Payments for School Lunches
WSD Parents can make payments online for school lunch from home or work with a credit or debit card. Student lunches will be charged to the account, and parents can monitor the account balance from home or work. To get started, parents log into the Family Access site and follow the Food Service Credit Card Payment directions for using eFunds.
Progress Reports for Students
Your child’s teacher will prepare a progress report or report card for your student, and you can find them in Skyward’s Family Access.
You’ll receive progress reports three times each year for students enrolled in grades K-5, usually in December, March, and at the end of the school year. Students in grades 6-12 get report cards at the end of each semester, usually in late January and June.
For K-5 Progress Reports, Our progress reports use standards based grading, a system of measuring student progress against an expected level of growth over the course of the year. We use grade marks from 1 to 4, where 1 is significantly below standard, 2 is beginning to progress toward standard, 3 is steadily progressing toward standard, and 4 is meets or exceeds standard. In addition to the progress in core content like reading, writing, math, science and social studies, you’ll find progress for our specialist taught courses, which include art, library, music and physical education. If a standard hasn’t been introduced yet, a * will be listed for that area.
How to get your student’s progress report