Technology Resources for Parents
An Aeries parent portal account was created with the email address entered for the parent contacts in the enrollment process. If you do not see the message in your inbox, check your spam folder for a message from email@example.com
Or, go to the parent portal
Click the Forgot Password link and enter the email address for the parent contact.
The system will send an email to reset your password. Be sure to check your spam folder if you do not see the message in your inbox. If you get an error message that the account was not found, please contact your school's registrar to verify the email address associated with your student's contact records.
To set up your Parentsquare account, log in to Aeries and click on the Communications link in the left side menu. This will create a single sign-on link and the Parent Square Account. If you do not have an account, you should be receiving messages sent by the school district.
Parent Canvas Accounts
The Canvas URL for parents is: https://lgsuhsd.instructure.com/login/canvas
Parents can create a Canvas account to observe their student's courses. Please follow the Parent Portal Instructions to create your account. You cannot set this feature up on a mobile device, such as an smartphone. However, it can be used on a mobile device once it is set up on a computer.
To observe a second student in Canvas - login using your parent Canvas account:
Go to Account---Settings--Observing
Enter the Student Pairing Code
Click the +Student button and follow the prompts to add student.
Other Resources for Parents
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