Student and Parent Sign In

PowerSchool Mobile App

Due to a variety of updates we have learned that some versions of the PowerSchool mobile app may not communicate probably with our state PowerSchool server. We are currently investigating this issue and working toward solutions for fall of 2017-2018.

In the meantime, if you are unable to connect using your mobile app we encourage you to access PowerSchool using a web browser and the address: https://bismarck.ps.state.nd.us/public. We apologize for the inconvenience.

PowerSchool Parent/Student Access

PowerSchool access for non-summer school students and parents has been disabled. Access for all parents and students with be disabled from 7/24/2017 – 8/23/2017.

Parent Single Sign-On

Parents and guardians can create their own PowerSchool username/password and view all children's information from one account. This account will remain the same from year to year to access their children's academic progress, attendance, and meal account information in PowerSchool. All parents will need to create a new login by entering an email address and choosing your own password.


Here's how to create a new account:
1. Go to https://bismarck.ps.state.nd.us.
2. Click the "Create Account" button.
3. Enter your information at the top.
4. Link your students to the account by entering: student name, ID, and password in the bottom section. The Access ID and Password are the same ones you used before! If you don't remember them, call or email your school secretary.
5. Once the account has been created you can sign in to the parent portal using the username and password created and see all of your students!
Questions? View the video at http://youtu.be/Yk9UBBJ4BP8. Or view the instructions at https://bismarck.ps.state.nd.us/public/PS7-ParentPortal-SSO.pdf.

Cyberbullying

Sometimes kids face bullies online, just like they do on the playground. These resources are designed to help your school provide cyberbullying and online relationships guidance to parents in whatever format works for you: in person, through mailings, or on your website. Use them to empower your parent community with the knowledge and tools they need to guide their kids toward making safe and smart choices in their digital lives.

Source: Common Sense Media