Parent Portal

Parent Portal

Douglas County School District uses a student information system called Infinite Campus (IC) to store student data. Schools use IC to report absences, gather enrollment information, track fees, send messages to parents, and much more.

Parents can access select Infinite Campus information by establishing a Campus Portal account. Campus Portal provides parents and students attendance, district news, lunch balances, and other important information about student classes. For information on how to set up or access your IC Campus Portal account, please contact your applicable school(s) directly. If you have multiple students, you only need to have one account; all students that you are a guardian for can be accessible via the same login/account.  Click here to access you Parent Portal Account.

Parents With Students Currently Enrolled in DCSD

Once you have a student enrolled in a DCSD school, portal accounts are created automatically. If you are new to the district, you will receive an email notification with instructions for claiming your portal account. If you did not receive this email, please contact your school registrar. Once you have your credentials, you can use the instructions below to manage your portal account

Pay Fees through MySchoolBucks

Some school fees may be paid through MySchoolBucks. You may access this online payment option by clicking on the following link: MySchoolBucks. 

Password Reset

If you have forgotten your password for your Parent Portal account, you can reset the password with the following link: Parent Portal Password Reset. You will need to call the front office to get your User Name and ParentID to reset. 
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