Weber School District will be using a new Student Information System, PowerSchool, starting the 2023-24 school year. You should receive an email by August 1st with login details and how to enroll your students for the upcoming school year.
Student Registration and a link to Pay Fees will be available in PowerSchool by 8/1/2023.
Frequently Asked Questions
What if my student is new to the Weber School District?
Because each school has specific requirements please call your school and schedule a time to pick up a new Student Registration packet. They will request documentation which includes your student's Birth Certificate, Immunization records, and Proof of Residence. Click on the schools menu to find your school.
How do I call the school?
Visit the school menu and the top of this page and use the number there to contact the school office.
How do I create a PowerSchool Account?
To login to PowerSchool:
Click on the link below and enter your email address for the “Parent Username” and “Parent Email Address”.
Check your email. It may take a minute or two for the email to be received. It will have the subject “PowerSchool Password Reset Request”. Make sure to check your spam folder.
Click the link in the email to set your password for the first time.
Enter your email address for the “Username” field.
Enter your desired password in the next two boxes, making sure it follows the listed rules. This may be the same password you used for MyWeber.
After you click “Enter” you will be logged in and have access to students assigned to you from last year. From now on, you can log in to the parent portal at the following URL: https://weber.powerschool.com/public
If you used your “@wsd.net” account for your MyWeber account it was not transferred to PowerSchool. You will need to create a new PowerSchool guardian account. To create a new parent account you will need the “Access ID” and “Access Password” for each student you want to link to your account. Once you have those, click on this link:
The access Id and access password can be obtained from the registrar at the high school or junior high or head secretary at the elementary.