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One of our goals at LoMA this year is to increase parent involvement in the technological aspect of our school.


  
We are pleased to announce that our school is using the "Pupil Path" website to bring you immediate information regarding your child's education.
 
Pupil Path allows you to view:
• Your child's assignments and projects along with dates when they are due.
• Your child's performance in each class including homework, class work, tests and projects.
• Progress reports from teachers throughout the school year. .
• Handouts and assignments when your child is absent from school.
• Your child's transcripts and graduation eligibility status.
• School announcements, new calendar listings and upcoming events
• And, in some classrooms, your child's attendance.
We hope that by enabling you to see this information on a daily basis we will be able to work together to ensure that our children remain on track in every class. As we work together we will ensure that our students get the most out of thir education.
 
To sign into Pupil Path go to https:/Ipupilpath.skedula.com/ and click "New User? Sign Up Here!" then complete the following:
• Select our school
• Your name
• Your email address
• Your child's OSIS (9 digit school ID # )
• Your child's date of birth"
• The registration code which was given to your student
• Select your password (Your password must be at least 6 characters in length.)
If you have any difficulty signing into Pupil Path, please contact our Parent Coordinator.
 
 
 
 


Parents can also get connected to the ARIS Parent Link.  There are videos and documents there to help you get started.  Parent who come in for Parent Teacher Conferences will have a chance to sign in to the ARIS Parent Link with guidance from our Parent Coordinator.  If you are unable to attend Parent Teacher Conference on October 30 or 31, call the school to set up an appointment to come in and get connected. 

 


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