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Parent Portal

Amador County USD provides access to an online portal where parents/guardians can access information about their student’s attendance, schedule and grades. We encourage parents/guardians to access the portal regularly to monitor their student’s progress at school.

Parent Portal

Create an Account

  1. Go to the Parent Portal at https://parents.amadorcoe.k12.ca.us.
  2. Click on the “Create New Account” link below the login form.
  3. Select “Parent” as the account type and click “Next”.
  4. Enter your e-mail address and desired password and click “Next”.
  5. An E-mail confirming your account will be sent to the e-mail address you entered when setting up the account. You must go to that e-mail and respond by clicking on the Confirm Current E-mail Address option. The e-mail is from support@amadorcoe.k12.ca.us and if it is not in your inbox, check your spam or junk mail folder.
  6. After clicking on the e-mail messages confirm option you may be redirected to a new page with a message that states the account was verified or a link that sends you back to the login page. Click here to continue at the end of the line.
  7. You should receive a message indicating that your account has been associated with student(s) and provide their names.
    • If you do not receive an email contact us by sending an e-mail to studentsupport@amadorcoe.k12.ca.us or call (209) 257-5349.
    • If you lose or forget your password, click the “Forgot Password?” link on the login screen and follow the directions. We will not be able to recover your password because it is encrypted and cannot be converted.  You must use “Forgot Password” link.

Portal Content

After signing in the the portal will display information in groups. Expand the groups by clicking on the underlined items. The group headings are also listed in the toolbar at the top of the page. If more than one student is associated with your account a drop down will appear in the upper right corner of the page where you can switch between students. You will find the following sections of the portal are linked from the main menu:

Home

Returns to the portal initial screen

Student Info

An overview of the student’s courses and progress towards fulfilling graduation requirements (high school students only). Additionally the page presents demographic information, classes with teacher e-mail addresses, and awards received by the student.

Attendance

A full accounting of a student’s attendance record.

Grades

Lists student’s grades by class.

Gradebook

Lists student’s courses along with standing for each course. Prior Gradebooks and Dropped Gradebooks relate to courses the student may have attended but are no longer current.

Gradebook Details

Expand the details of each Gradebook with the drop down or by clicking the “+” next to course names. When expanded the portal displays course assignments, assignment scores, completion dates, due dates and grading status. If the teacher has entered additional assignment information it can be accessed by clicking the “+” next to assignment names.

Grades

Lists grades the student has received for each respective grading period. In addition the student’s current GPA is displayed.

Graduation Status

Lists the course requirements for high school graduation and the student’s progress in meeting the requirements. Details are displayed by clicking the checkbox next to each requirement.

Transcripts

Lists courses completed during the student’s high school attendance.

Medical

Displays the immunization records on file for the student.

Test Scores

Lists tests the student has taken. Tests include CAHSEE (California High School Exit Exam) and STAR (CST) test results. The drop down navigates to details for subject matter results for each test. Although currently unavailable, CAASP (California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress) test results will also appear on this page.

Portal Assistance

Direct questions about accessing or setting up the parent portal to studentsupport@amadorcoe.k12.ca.us Grade inquiries should be directed to the student’s teachers or school administration.