Be sure to check Progress Book Parent Acess for your current grades!
What are Parent Alerts?
Parent Alerts are an optional email notification feature of ProgressBook Parent Access. There are two types of alerts that a parent may receive: (1) Low Assignment Alert and (2) Missing Assignment Alert. The system will send 1 email out daily at 6:00 p.m. to subscribed email addresses if assignments posted in a teacher's gradebook meet one of the criteria for the alert.
To learn how to add this feature to your Parent Access Account, please visit our web page for further directions at www.brooklyn.k12.oh.us
Since the 2006-2007 school year, the Brooklyn City School District has shared student progress information with parents of children in grades 3-12 via the Parent Access portion of GradeBook (formerly known as ProgressBook). The vendor of GradeBook has made many updates to Parent Access to improve your experience while accessing your child’s progress information. Due to these updates, procedures for accessing Parent Access have been changed.
The Parent Access allows both parents and students to create their own usernames and passwords(The usernames and passwords that were used last year will no longer work). The process to create accounts requires the use of registration keys: one is for a parent account and the other is for a student account.
To get started creating your account, please visit the Brooklyn City School District website at: http://www.brooklyn.k12.oh.us/linksforms.aspx. Download the “Parent Access Information” document for step by step instructions on creating an account and other important information related to using Parent Access. In addition, you will also find the link for accessing the Parent Access website: https://pa.nccohio.org