Instructions for Viewing Report Cards Online starting TUESDAY Nov 16th

At the end of last year, TIS moved to online only report cards. You can now securely view, print, and save your child’s report card from any computer. On Tuesday, November 16th, you will receive an email notifying you that report cards are ready.  You will also receive a separate email with your password for the parent portal where the report cards are posted. To view your child’s report card, follow the instructions below (remember- report cards will not be viewable until the 16th):

Instructions for checking report cards online:

If you are using Safari web browser and encounter an “error” box, click through the error message and follow the directions below.  It should work as normal.

  1. Go to

  2. Enter your username and password (emailed to you on Tuesday, November 16th).

  3. From the left sidebar menu, click on “Report Cards.”

  4. If you have more than one child enrolled at TIS, select one child’s name from the “Student” drop-down menu

  5. Select Trimester 1 from the “Session” drop-down menu.

  6. Click “Run” in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.

  7. Your child’s report card will appear.  From this screen, you can print the report card by clicking on the picture of the printer in the upper left-hand corner or save the report card by clicking on the picture of the disk.

  8. Click the blue arrow (top right side of the screen) to close the report card.

To change your password, select “Your Account” and then “Change Password” from the left sidebar menu.  If this menu is not viewable on your screen, click the green arrow in the upper left-hand corner to make it reappear.

NOTE- If you forget your password at any time, click “Forgot Your Password” from the login screen and enter your username (usually first initial last name).  Your password will be emailed to you.

Please be aware that TIS is discontinuing the use of the “Outstanding” grade this year “Exceeding” means that the child is working above the benchmark expectations.  “Outstanding” created a set of unclear expectations for children and teachers, with a muddled division between the two grades.  The grading scale remains otherwise unchanged.  See below.

Grading Scale -

  • (E) Exceeding- consistently exceeding grade-level expectations, a strength

  • (M) Meeting- developmentally appropriate or meeting grade-level expectations

  • (D) Developing- working towards meeting grade-level expectations

  • (X) Not assessed at this time/not applicable

  • For K through 5th there is also (AG) Additional Growth Needed- not meeting grade-level expectations, considerable improvement needed

Questions? Call or email Lauren at 503-226-2496 ext 121 or