Welcometo theschooltool Parent PortalConnecting you with your student anytime, anywhere!Valley Central School District recognizes the critical role that parents and guardians play in their child's education. The schooltool Parent Portal allows you to enter into an exciting partnership with your child and the Valley Central School District.Parent Portal is a highly secure, internet-based application through which you are able to view district-permitted details of your student's academic records. Below is some information you might expect to see:Elementary Schools
Middle School/High School Student Demographics Student Demographics Progress Reports Progress Reports Report Cards Report Cards Bus Routes Assessments Schedules Attendance Records Bus Routes Course Requests (High School Only)Web-based in it's communication, Parent Portal allows you access to your student's profile via the internet anytime, anywhere. The family-oriented design enables you to view all of your students' information with one log-in regardless of grade or school assignment. There are 4 Easy Steps to open your Parent Portal account!If you don't already have a schooltool portal account, it's easy to get one. Just fill out this form and present it to your student's school with your identification. If you already have an account, simply click on the link below:Click HERE for a step-by-step guide to navigating and using the Parent Portal.
schooltool is best viewed when using Internet Explorer 7 or higher, Safari 5.0 or higher, Google Chrome 40 or higher, or Mozilla Firefox version 35 or higher.
- An ActiveX Print Control must be installed on all Internet Explorer clients that will require printing of reports. Users will be promted to install this Print Control add-on the first time they attempt to print from the report viewer if it has not already been installed. Please note that 64-bit versions of Internet Explorer do not support this print control.
- If you've had a portal account in the past and did not receive an email, please check your spam folder.
Last Modified on August 22, 2017