PowerSchool Grade Portal
PowerSchool Grade Portal Overview
Glastonbury Public School's PowerSchool Grade Portal is available for students in grades 6-12 and their parents and guardians. The purpose of this tool is to improve communication between students, teachers, and parents. It is a confidential, web-based application that allows students and parents to view current and historical grades as well as class assignments and attendance. Glastonbury High School, Smith Middle School, and Gideon Welles School also use the PowerSchool Grade Portal for the student course selection process.
Account creation information is emailed to parents and students. Parents of incoming sixth grade students who attend Glastonbury elementary schools will receive Parent Account setup information during the Spring of fifth grade. In the Fall, Student login information is emailed to parents of sixth grade students.
Parents and students access the Grade Portal from the same login screen, but use different login credentials. Students are able to access the site immediately with their district assigned student credentials. Parents and guardians must create a Parent Account prior to accessing the Grade Portal for the first time.
The Parent Account allows for selection of a personalized Username and Password and the ability to view grades for all students in the same household. Separate Parent Accounts may be set up for each parent/guardian.
When you receive the email with PowerSchool Grade Portal setup credentials and instructions for setting up your Parent Account, click the following link https://gpsct.powerschool.com. This will take you to the Student and Parent Sign In screen. You may wish to add this link to your "favorites" on your home computer for quick access to the sign in screen in the future.
You may also wish to add the PowerSchool App to your devices. Please see information to the right.
PowerSchool also provides a mobile app found in the App store by searching "PowerSchool Mobile". The District Code for Glastonbury Public Schools is PQMN. You may also search for the code by clicking on "Where is my district code" or "Help" and enter Glastonbury Public Schools.
PowerSchool Mobile for Android version 2.0 is now available for download in the Google Play Store.
Please note: the PowerSchool App is not maintained or supported by Glastonbury Public Schools.
If you are receiving this error: "This is a test server. Public login is disabled," you will need to search for PowerSchool by its address. Click here for the directions to restablish your connection.
If you have forgotten your login name and/or password
First log into your email and add email@example.com to your contacts or address book.
Then go to the Student and Parent Sign In screen and click on the "Forgot Username or Password?” link at the bottom of the screen. Click on the Forgot Username -OR- Forgot Password tab as applicable (you may retrieve both).
If you have never created an account
...or if you never received/no longer have the email with your initial credentials.
Please email student name(s) to InfoUpdate@Glastonburyus.org and specify that you need to create a Parent Account for the PowerSchool Grade Portal .
Please remind students of the importance of privacy and security when accessing grades via PowerSchool. Usernames and passwords should not be shared.
Below you will find more detailed information and answers to frequently asked questions. If, after reviewing this material, you are still experiencing problems registering or accessing your account, please contact Glastonbury School's Information Systems Support at InfoUpdate@glastonburyus.org.
Tips and Reminders
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Please be patient while waiting for grades to be entered. While grading guidelines suggest that grades be updated weekly for homework, every 2 weeks for tests and quizzes, and as soon as possible for projects, teachers are only required to enter grades at mid-quarter and at the end of the quarter.
Teachers use different grading systems (such as weighted percentages) that may not be explained on the screen you are viewing. Be sure to check teacher websites for grading policies.
To promote student independence and self-advocacy, initial contact with teachers to discuss questions or concerns should always come from the student.