Student schedules are not available for viewing yet. Grades K-5 will be able to see their Homeroom teacher when you do the Online Registration on August 2nd. Grades 6-12 will receive their schedules during the on campus registration the week of August 9th.
Blackboard (formerly called Parentlink) - free smartphone app
Parent Access to Student Information
There are two ways for parents to access their students' information. Blackboard and Lumen.
Blackboard (formerly called ParentLink )is an app that can be downloaded to an iPhone or Android phone. In using the Blackboard app you will have access to your child's grades, attendance, and lunch account balance. The information is uploaded from the school district's student information system nightly. Please click on the ParentLink App button below for further instructions about accessing/using this app.
Lumen is making accessing your child's school information even better. The new platform is here! If you are not currently using Lumen, contact the building secretary where your child attends to receive your login information.
(Includes instructions on how to add shortcut on your phone - Android or iPhone - use https://stclair-mo.lumentouchhosts.com/light/lumen/signin as the URL in your web browse in the instructions.)
Lumen is the school district's student information system. It can be accessed from any computer or device using Mozilla Firefox or Chrome. Logging in will give you access to your child's grades, list of assignments, discipline, attendance, and lunch account information. It is here, in Lumen, that you are able to add money to your child's lunch account via a credit card. Please click on the Lumen Touch icon below to access the login page. Click on the Parent Portal Instructions above for further instructions on accessing/using Lumen. If you have questions, please email Denise Hooks at email@example.com
Your login information will be emailed to you, we cannot issue passwords via phone. Please note: Only parents/guardians who are considered "Education Decision Makers" can be granted access to the Parent Portal.
According to research conducted by the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, one in four teens say they have taken a prescription medicine – that was not prescribed to them — at least once in their lifetime. The Partnership at DRUGFREE.ORG has provided a video to share regarding this growing epidemic. If you are concerned for your child and would like help navigating the next steps, please contact your school's counselor and they can provide some resources that are available.