Student Password Resets Begin July 23, 2021
We have important information to share regarding the password your student will use to obtain initial access to the student portal and instructional resources at the beginning of the 2021-22 school year.
On July 23, 2021, your student’s password will be reset to reflect their birthday.
To access the student portal, your student will be required to type their numeric birthday in the password field using two digits for their birth month, two digits for their birthday, and four digits for their birth year. For example, if your student’s birth occurred on June 9, 2015, their reset password would be 06092015.
Students in Grades 6-12 will be required to change their password immediately after the first successful login to the student portal. GCPS is strongly recommending that students generate a passphrase as their password. A passphrase is a sentence-like string of words that is longer than a traditional password, easy to remember, and difficult to guess. Students, families, and staff members can learn more about creating a passphrase by visiting our website at www.gcpsk12.org/Page/29972.
Students in Grades K-5 will retain their birthdate password for the first six weeks of school. After Labor Day, K-5 students will be provided a unique passphrase as their password. More information on how to access an elementary student’s unique passphrase will be provided during the first few weeks of school.
The privacy and security of the information belonging to our students, families, and employees is a strategic priority and we appreciate your support in the district’s efforts.
Current Activities for Staff, Students, and Parents
Annistown has a new Parent Engagement program called "All Pro Dad".
The next meeting is Friday, February 25th from 7:30-8:20 am.
There will be a meeting every 3rd Friday of each month.
Check out the QR code or the link below for more information.
Teacher of the Year 2021-2022
Congrats to Annistown's TOTY, Mrs. Felica Williams! Keep shining for your kindergarteners and AES!