TCCS Student Portal

posted Sep 12, 2011, 5:37 AM by Ralph Gallo   [ updated Jan 12, 2012, 2:58 AM ]
TCCS now offers all students (and their parents/guardians) the ability to view their current class schedule, homework assignments, attendance record, teacher contact information, activities, and more online via our secure and personalized online student portal, which is accessible via the Teaneck Community Charter School website (http://www.tccsnj.org).

In order to access the student portal, students and parents/guardians must use a login code and password that has been specifically created for them.  Login Codes and Passwords were sent home in a letter that was distributed to each student.

To access the student portal, please do the following:

1.  Visit the TCCS website (http://www.tccsnj.org)

2.  Click on or place your mouse over the button labeled "Student Login"

3.  Click on the link for "Student Portal"

4.  Enter your Login Code

5.  Enter your Password

6.  Click "Enter Portal" (if you are on your home computer, feel free to check the box for "Remember my Code")

Once you enter the portal, you can change your password to something easier to remember by clicking on the link for "Change Password".

Later this year, we plan on launching a parent portal with even more information, such as assignment grades, student progress reports, and report cards.  The parent portal will also offer parents and guardians the ability to monitor and update the personal contact information that the school has on file. In the meantime, however, parents and guardians are encouraged to obtain the currently available information (schedules, assignment calendar, etc.) by sharing access to the student portal with their child using the above steps.

If you have any questions about the TCCS student portal, please do not hesitate to contact me via phone or email (rgallo@tccsnj.org).  We hope that you find this new tool to be a valuable asset, as we continue to take steps to make the connection between home and the classroom a convenient and worthwhile one for all members of the TCCS community.
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