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Frequently Asked Questions about Home Access

~How do I log in?

To access the eSchoolPlus Home Access Center, go to https://ipe-hac.eschoolplus.powerschool.com/HomeAccess

Help files are on the support system at Support.ipsd.org.


You can also view your phone number and email address for important school-to-home communication on the “Registration” page.

  • Take a moment the first time you log in to click the "Registration" page and verify that your contact information is correct.
  • You can view your email address and phone numbers by clicking the "Edit Information" link at the bottom of the "Registration" page.
  • Guardians can edit their email address if it is incorrect.
  • Additional email addresses and phone numbers can be corrected by contacting your school and asking them to update the information.

~How do I get a username and password?

Each guardian can have his or her own username and password. If you have never logged into the Home Access Center, follow these directions (English / Spanish) to setup your username and password. Otherwise contact the main office of your school for assistance.

~How does my child access eSchoolPlus?

At this time only High School and Middle School students can login to eSchoolPlus Home Access. If your child has never logged into Home Access Center, they can follow these directions to setup a username and password. Otherwise, have them contact their teacher or main office for assistance.

~What browsers are compatible with Home Access?

    • Internet Explorer 10 or 11 (not in compatibility view)
    • Microsoft Edge
    • Firefox - current release plus 4 prior versions
    • Safari - current release plus 1 prior version
    • Chrome - current release plus 4 prior versions

~How do I get help to reset my password?

Users can reset their password on the login page. Click the "Forgot My Username or Password" link. You will receive an email at the email address on file.

~What should I do if I see that my contact information is wrong?

The guardian's email address can be edited directly on the "Registration" page. You can view your email address and phone numbers by clicking the "Edit Information" link at the bottom of the "Registration" page. The guardian can edit his or her email address if it is incorrect. Additional email addresses, phone numbers, or the home address can be corrected by contacting your school and asking them to update the information.

If you have multiple students in the district and do not see them all in the My Students section, please notify your student’s school.

~What if I'm having trouble accessing the system?

If you have need username or password, please click on the Forgot my Username or Password link at the bottom of the Home Access login screen. If you have any other issues with the system, contact the help desk for assistance at https:\\support.ipsd.org  or eSchoolPlus-help@ipsd.org.

~How do I figure out the grade-letter equivalent for a percentage earned in the eSchoolPlus classwork section?

The following scale shows how classwork percentages convert to letter grades:

~Elementary School Grade Scales

~High School Grade Scale

  • A = 90 – 100%
  • B = 80 – 89%
  • C = 70 – 79%
  • D = 60 – 69%
  • F = 0 – 59%

~Middle School Grade Scale

  • A = 92 - 100%
  • A- = 90 – 91%
  • B+= 88 – 89%
  • B = 82 – 87%
  • B- = 80 – 81%
  • C+= 78 – 79%
  • C = 72 – 77%
  • C- = 70 – 71%
  • D+= 68 – 69%
  • D = 62 – 67%
  • D- = 60 – 61%
  • F = 0 – 59%

~Gradebook Items of Note

  1. Assignments that have not been graded/entered by the teacher will show as a blank entry.
  2. An assignment grade does not count in the overall course average until the due date of the assignment.


~Middle & High School Gradebook Alpha Codes

Alpha Code Description Included In Grade Calculation

M

Missing - No Impact

No

N

No

No

Y

Yes

No

TI

Turned In - Not Yet Graded

No

X

Exempt

No

Z

Zero - Missing (Calculates as 0%)

Yes - 0%

ZU

Zero - Unexcused Absence (Calculates as 0%)

Yes - 0%

ABS

Absent

No

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