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Elementary Report Card Update

Dear Families,

Elementary report cards are being sent out to parents, guardians, and caregivers on Monday, June 28th and not Thursday, June 24th as previously announced. Report cards will be delivered as secure documents using PowerSchool.

When you receive the email about report cards, to see the report card you will need to enter the student’s DATE OF BIRTH in numerals as Month/Day/Year. (I.e. MM/DD/YYYY)Report Card

Enter 0 before the single digit. For example, the password for a child born on September 23, 2012 is 09/23/2012. For a child born on November 5, 2009, the password is 11/05/2009 including the slash between the month and day and year.

This emailed report card is an unofficial document because it is not signed. A printed, signed copy of the report card can be made upon request. If you need a paper copy of the report card, please contact your school in the fall. Home schools will receive a copy of all report cards for students in the remote learning program.

How to contact your school

If you need to contact your school during this process, please email the correct elementary school email address. If you have questions, please call 905-527-5092 or email info@hwdsb.on.ca.

List of HWDSB elementary schools.

If the report card email does not arrive, check the following:

  • If you have not received an email, your child’s school may not have your email address. Please contact the school with your email address.
  • Conversation View: In Gmail, emails can be nested within the same subject line in a conversation view. Check that a missing report card is not hidden this way.
  • Check Junk Mail: You can search the phrase, Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board has prepared a secure document.

If the email still has not arrived…

We apologize for the inconvenience and understand your frustration.

We plan to provide families with a printed, signed copy later. We will share more details about this.

Updated on Wednesday, June 23, 2021.
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