Skyward is out. PowerSchool is in.
We’ve changed our student information system from Skyward to PowerSchool. Families received their new PowerSchool login information during the first week of August. If you did not receive your login or are having difficulty accessing PowerSchool, please contact our Online Family Technology Support at email@example.com or 651-351-8404.
PowerSchool is integrated with many of the other online tools you use to access information - like Schoology, SeeSaw and our online payment system SmartSchoolsK12. That means, by logging into Powerschool, you can access grades and assignments, communicate with teachers, and make online payments for clubs and athletics, field trips and other school activities. No more struggling to remember multiple passwords!
Keep it simple. Go online to stillwaterschools.org/powerschool to access all of your resources in one place.
PowerSchool is integrated with many of the other programs you use to access information:
- SmartSchoolK12: Make online payments for field trips, activities and more
- SchoolCafé: See menus, add money to meal accounts and apply for free/reduced lunch
- Schoology: View assignments, communicate with teachers
- School Pass: Report absences, sign kids out of school, and much more
Watch the how to log on to PowerSchool video for additional assistance:
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Bob Graf has been named as the Executive Director of Human Resources for Stillwater Area Public Schools.
Thomas Blair and Rylynn Zanon are among 40 students, with and without disabilities, who serve on the Special Olympics Minnesota Student Board of Directors.
More students will be entering Stillwater Area Public Schools in the next decade, according to a recent demographic study.
Officials with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) were so intrigued by an engineering project at Stillwater Area High School that they had to see it for themselves.
Stillwater students earned ten 1st place awards as well as five 2nd place and one 3rd place.
A group of about 40 Stillwater Middle School students learned to scuba dive as part of a unique phy ed lesson.
Camryn Anderson, a senior at the high school, was listed among the top 20 student artists recognized in the 2023 Student Spotlight Competition.