How to Access CPSB Student Progress Center
Students, parents, and teachers can access CPSB Student Progress Center, detailed assignment reports, attendance and discipline records, standardized test scores, and progress reports through the CPSB Student Progress Center. The Student Progress Center also allows classroom teachers to keep their own grade books online in accordance with the pupil progression plan.
Accessing the online Student Progress Center
The Student Progress Center is a portal where parents and students can view their student’s progress. It provides real-time access to grades, attendance, discipline records, standardized test scores, progress reports, and more. The Student Progress Center is open to students in grades five through twelve. Teachers will continue to maintain their grade books in classrooms and will update them online in accordance with the CPSB’s pupil progression plan.
Parents can access their student’s account through the Student Progress Center on a daily basis. Parents must have a parent login and password in order to access the portal. They should use Google Chrome or Internet Explorer to access the online system. They should also make sure their e-mail addresses updated.
Responsibilities of Internet users
Internet users at the student progress center expected to exercise proper caution. Unauthorized use of wireless devices considered an offense, as is harassment and personal attacks on another individual. They must adhere to all rules and regulations set forth in the Internet and District Network Resources Contract. Users must also refrain from sending unsolicited or annoying messages to other users or presenting the writings or ideas they find online as their own.
Reporting to the CPSB office
The Student Progress Center is a place for parents to track their child’s attendance, grades, and other information. The Student Progress Center can accessed by parents of children enrolled in grades five through twelve. It is available to parents of all students enrolled in Terrebonne Parish Schools. Using the Student Progress Center, parents can track a student’s data in real time. This includes grades, attendance, discipline, state test scores, and communication with school personnel.