Report Cards Go Paperless at JFK and Colonia High Schools

Two high schools will be using online report cards, eliminating the need for take home paper reports.

Students of Woodbridge:  Changing your report card grade before mom or dad sees it is about to get much more difficult.

Starting with the round of report cards due to go out a week, and High Schools will be switching to an electronic parent access module, allowing parents access to students' information, including grades, online 24/7, educators said at a meeting last week.

The move enables the schools to go green in their grade reporting, with all report cards and interim reports being posted online rather the mailed to the student's house. 

and elementary schools #22 and #25 will also be moving to an electronic access system beginning February 1, with all fourteen Woodbridge schools expected to be a part of the system in September, as the district works towards making the grade reporting system entirely paperless.

Loretta Cronin December 06, 2012 at 09:25 PM
I am trying to access my childs report card from Woodbridge High School. Not having any luck and it is indeed very fustrating. It was very easy to get my sons from school # 9.


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