East Penn Parents Must Sign up for Home Access

Getting a home access ID and password is easy and can be done right at the school.

It’s getting close to report card time in the East Penn School District and East Penn parents have a homework assignment that must be completed in order to get their kids’ grades – signing up for “home access.”

What that means is getting a user ID and a password that will allow the parent to view their child’s report card and other essential school information online.

To sign up for home access, East Penn parents simply need to stop by the main office in their child’s school and show a photo ID. In exchange, they’ll leave with a computer login and password.

Moving forward, the school district will no longer be issuing traditional paper report cards and sending them home. The transition to electronic grade reports is part of the district’s “Going Green” initiative, which is about protecting the environment and saving some money by decreasing the amount of printing and mailing done district-wide.

Other paperless changes in East Penn this year include on entirely digital school district calendar and a decision to f.

Upper Milford Lefty Righty November 04, 2011 at 06:08 PM
I assume that those families that would rather get paper versions can still get them? I love the idea, but it seems presumptuous that everyone has the internet at home to access the electronic versions. Just saying©
Jennifer Marangos November 04, 2011 at 06:22 PM
Jane-marie -- The district did have after-hours time slots for sign-ups at the district administration office by the high school. Those dates have all passed. Maybe you could give them a call and see if you can make an appointment to come in after work.
Jane-marie Kennedy November 04, 2011 at 06:30 PM
Thank you Jennifer. I will check that out.
Emmaus 4 Life November 04, 2011 at 07:25 PM
Here's the form. http://www.eastpennsd.org/Public%20Forms/_pubforms/HAC_access.pdf
Heather N. November 07, 2011 at 05:36 PM
I agree. Not all families have a computer at home that they can use to access this information.


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