For Parents

For Parents

Parent Resources
Families are the most important advocates for school children. Reynoldsburg schools recognize that parenting may be done by moms, dads, grandparents, aunts, uncles and guardians. We welcome and encourage your involvement in your child's education. We are partners in preparing your child for college, career and life as an active citizen in our community.
 
We have compiled a few tips and resources for you to use at home. Please also visit our schools, participate in school activities and contact your child's teachers or principal when you have questions or concerns — or just want to talk about your child's learning. Thank you for trusting Reynoldsburg City Schools with your child's education.


Parent University
Parent University is a communication resource for our parents and families. This series of pre-recorded videos and live webinars aim to provide information, tools and resources on important topics such as social and emotional wellness, social media, learning models and more. Disclaimer: due to the sensitive nature of some topics, please exercise caution when viewing Parent University around those younger than 18 yrs old.
 
Click this link to view our Parent University YouTube Playlist which includes:
"Your Child and Social Media"
"Youth Suicide Awareness and Prevention"
 
 
Power School Login
Power School Parent Portal Login Info
Click the link to download instructions on how to log into the PowerSchool Parent Portal.
Click the link to download instructions on how to log into the PowerSchool Parent Portal.
Power School Parent Portal Login Video
ParentInfoCenter
Our District is proactive in providing parents with information that benefits the health and safety of students and demonstrates our commitment to the wellbeing of all faculty, staff, students and visitors. CLICK HERE to explore the information available to you through our online Parent InfoCenter. First-time users will need to create a Parent Account.

You can view training on the following topics:
  1. Bullying Prevention
  2. Child Abuse Prevention
  3. Children's Internet Protection
  4. COVID-19
  5. Title IX


Dress Code
To promote school safety and provide a healthy and respectful educational environment, all students shall adhere to our dress code. The objective is to provide an appropriate, safe and respectful educational environment while allowing students to dress comfortably, within limits, to facilitate learning.

The District expects students to maintain the type of appearance that is not distracting to students, teachers or the educational process of the schools. The final determination of a student’s adherence to the dress code will be made by the school administration.
Parents/guardians share equal responsibility with their child for the student’s adherence to the dress code policy.

Click here for our dress code policy. Please refer to Policy Section JFCAA (pg. 47).
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