Parent Resources

  • School Family
    SchoolFamily.com is a website focused exclusively on helping parents help their kids make the most of their school year.

    School Family

    Checking Grades and Assignments using ParentVUE
    ParentVUE will enable you to look at your student's current grades as well as look at assignment scores in detail. You can also access demographic information as well as grade information for all kids you may have in the district enrolled in other schools (i.e. Sam Barlow High School, Powell Valley Elementary, etc.). This is also a great way to track student work and to help foster conversations about your child's grades and classroom performance.

    ParentVUE

    Gresham Barlow Parent Rights and Responsibilities Handbook
    The Student and Parent Rights and Responsibilities handbook serves as our District's Code of Conduct for students. Each family is given this booklet at the start of the school year and specific aspects of this information is discussed with students at various times throughout the year. Please be sure to review this as well as discussing these expectations with your student(s). 
    Select the following link below to download this information: 
    Parent Rights and Responsibilities Handbook.
    SafeSchools Online Training Center for Parents


    Immunization information/rates for Deep Creek-Damascus

    Immunization Information & Vaccination Requirements

    K-5 Immunization Rates

    6-8 Immunization Rates


    Home & School Connection Newsletter

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    Attendance Area Information:

    Determining Your Attendance Area - If you are not sure what school your child should attend based on your residence location, contact the district office at 503-261-4550.

    Sign Up for School

    If you are returning to school, you do not have to register. Sign up for the 2018-2019 school year will begin on April 3, 2018. For more information, see the district Registration page.

    To enter kindergarten your child must be 5 years of age by September 1, and 6 years of age by September 1, 2018 to enter first grade.

    Parents should go to their attendance area school to register and bring...

    • Their child's birth certificate (and a copy for the school to keep)
    • Immunization record
    • Proof of residence
    • Names and telephone numbers of emergency contacts
    • Doctor name and phone number.