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Student information update sought
Student information update sought
Ken McLemore, Hope Public Schools
Friday, January 19, 2018

Parents asked to review, update information

HOPE – The Hope Public School District is initiating an update of student demographic information which requires help from parents throughout the district.

HPSD Superintendent Bobby Hart said today that communications with parents regarding students is complicated more and more by a lack of correct, updated information in the district’s Home Access Center for parents.

“We’re asking parents and guardians of students in the Hope Public Schools to go online to the district website at and check the information for your family and student in the Home Access Center to make certain it is accurate,” Hart said.

He said incorrect or incomplete information should be reported to the administrative office of the campus where a student attends school.

Hart said one hint regarding the need for parents to update contact and other information stems from the recent “snow day” taken by the district.

“If you didn’t receive a call about the snow day, you need to contact your student’s campus office to update your information,” he said.

Parents or guardians can access their student’s registration information by going online to the district website, then click on “menu” and go to the “For Parents” section. Under the “For Parents” section click on the “Eschool for parents” home access. At this point, a “login” is required, including “district,” “username” and “password.” Under the “district” selection, scroll to Hope School District; then, click that selection.

Once the district selection is made, a “username” and “password” will be required, which is unique to each user and must be entered to complete the process. Usernames and passwords were assigned for each student’s family in a letter from campus administration that was sent home with the student at the beginning of the school year.

If a parent or guardian does not know the username and password for their student, they should contact the administration office at the campus where their student attends school, Hart said.

Once access to the student registration information is completed, parents should carefully check all information regarding their student for accuracy and completeness. Changes due to incorrect or outdated information should be made through the administration office at the campus where the student attends school.