Parent Resources

Progress Book

  • Students and Parents have the ability to access grades, attendance and homework by logging into the Progress Book Parent and Student Access.
  • Parents and students have the ability to set-up email alerts for missing assignment and/or low marks.
  • Login account information is sent home with students at the beginning of the school year. Contact Lisa Clark, Technology Coordinator, if you do not receive a parent or student access account.
  • It is important to enter your email address in the accounts tab once you login for the first time. If you enter your email address, you can request your login information be emailed to you. On the Parent Access log in screen, click on the appropriate link under the login box to have your information emailed to you. If you have not entered your email address in the Parent Access Web Site, you must contact the school to request your login information.
  • Ohio law requires districts to report the results of Ohio's State Tests to students' parents or guardians on/by June 30 of each school year.  To access your child's Ohio State Assessment scores, please login to your Parent Progress Book account and click on Assessment Scores on the left side of the page.  If you have any questions about logging into your Parent Progress Book account or the interpretation of the test results, feel free to call your child's school.

Telephone Notification Service

  • The district uses this service for all emergency and non-emergency announcements throughout the school year to keep you informed.
  • Messages include, but are not limited to, emergencies, school closings, delays, early dismissals, and general reminders.
  • Phone information is generated through the Student Demographic and EMA Online form and updated to the notification service. Click on the "Use for IC Calls" box by any phone number that you would like to receive the notifications.
  • If your phone numbers changes at any time, please change your phone numbers by logging into the online portal system at the following link:
    If you do not remember your username or password, please call the school for assistance.
  • Note: To hear the most recent message, call 1-855-994-4242 from a phone that normally receives the notifications.  

Title Services "Helping Every Child Succeed"

Through federal funding, Bridgeport Schools provides educational opportunities for grades K-8 beyond the regular classroom.  The staff study every child's strengths and weaknesses and provide differentiated instruction to increase learning.
Title 1 Goals:
  • Every student will be proficient in Reading and Math.
  • Every student will learn to their fullest potential.
  • We will enrich the learning experience with hands-on activities and differentiated instructional opportunities.
  • We will encourage good behavior in all students through positive reinforcement.
  • We will provide parents with resources to encourage a learning environment in the home. The more parental involvement in your child's education, the greater chance of success.