When a parent or guardian of a Plainfield Public School District student signs up for the Genesis Parent Portal, they will gain online access to a wealth of information on their child’s schooling. Parental access to student attendance, grades, and class schedules, as well as two-way communication with instructors and administrators, is provided through this site.

As an added bonus, parents can check for any updates to their contact information and read any news the school has to share. You can quickly connect with your child’s teachers and school administrators, keep tabs on your child’s academic progress, and more when you use the Genesis Parent Portal. Parents in the Plainfield Public School District will require an account and a login ID and password in order to use the Genesis Parent Portal. If parents don’t receive this information from the school district at the start of the school year, or if they later ask for it, something is wrong.

Features and Benefits

The Genesis Parent Portal is a web-based portal that provides parents and guardians easy and secures access to their child’s school information. Some of the features and benefits of the Genesis Parent Portal include the following:

  1. Real-time access to student information such as grades, attendance, and assignments.
  2. The ability to view and download student report cards and progress reports.
  3. Online communication with teachers and school staff.
  4. Online payment and registration for school events, activities, and services.
  5. A calendar of school events and activities.
  6. The ability to update contact information and emergency contacts.
  7. Secure and easy access to student information from any device with an internet connection.
  8. We have increased transparency and communication between parents, teachers, and school staff.
  9. The ability to monitor and stay informed about their child’s academic progress.
  10. They are helping to improve student success and engagement in the school by providing parents with the information they need to support their child’s education.






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