Note: Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari are the prefered web browsers. MS Internet Explorer may work, but issues have been seen with some versions.
Create a Parent/Guardian Account For parents or guardians to create an account:
- Pick up the Access ID and Access Password at your child’s school. You will need to show a photo ID. If you have children in more than one school, you will need to go to each school to pick up the Access ID and Access Password.
- Open Google Chrome web browser and enter https://whiteville.powerschool.com/public
- Click “Create an Account”
- On the Create Parent Account page, enter the parent/guardian first name and last name in the appropriate fields
- Enter the parent’s e-mail address in the next field
- Enter the desired username and password in the appropriate fields WRITE DOWN YOUR USERNAME AND PASSWORD AND KEEP IN A SECURE LOCATION. THE FORGOT PASSWORD LINK DOES NOT WORK AT THIS TIME
- Re-enter the password for security authentication
- For each student to be associated to the account, enter the student name, access ID, and access password
- Open the Relationship menu and select the appropriate relationship for each student being added
- To create the account, click Enter
To update the first and last name, user name, and password or the account, click Account Preferences. Update information as needed under the Profile tab, then click Save.
Add Children to a Parent/Guardian Account Once the account is created, a parent or guardian may still add students to the account.
- Click Account Preferences from the left side of the screen
- To add or edit students, click the Students tab
- To add a child, click Add
- In the Add Student window, enter the student name, access ID, and access password
- Open the Relationship menu and select the correct relationships
- Click Submit
E-Mail Notification Setup Parents can choose for the Parent Portal to provide e-mail updates:
- Click Email Notification from the left side of the screen
- Select the desired information to be included in the e-mail report
- Open the “How often?” menu and select the frequency of the report delivery
- To send the report to other addresses, enter the addresses in the Additional E-mail Addresses field (separate additional addresses with commas)
- If these changes are for all students on the account, check Apply these settings to all your students?
- To send a report immediately for the selected student, click Send now for [student name]
- To save the e-mail preferences, click Submit
Teacher Comments To read teacher comments:
- Click Teacher Comments from the left side of the screen
- The Comments column shows general comments regarding the student’s performance in class
- To e-mail a teacher, click the teacher’s name
- To view a specific assignment score comments, click Grades and Attendance
- Click a final grade/percentage link
- On the Class Score Detail page, click the score link for an assignment to see the comment (Assignment scores are active links only if the teacher entered additional assignment information, such as a comment.
Whiteville City Schools is now accepting applications for the approved contractor list.
This application is submitted, and approved, annually to determine eligible contractors allowed to perform work for Whiteville City Schools.
Applications are presented to the Whiteville City Schools' Board of Education twice annually for approval.
Please click on the link below to download the application in PDF form.
Whiteville City Schools
P.O. Box 609
Whiteville, NC 28472
Please Contact: Dr. Bonnie Parks
or fill out this form
Whiteville City Schools is conducting interviews for the following positions:
English Language Learner Interpreter
Elementary EC Licensed Resource Teacher - Elementary K-6 Licensure Preferred (Whiteville Primary School)
Edgewood Elementary School
Job title: Part Time Teacher (Math, Reading, ISS)
Reports to: Principal
The specific responsibilities of the Part-Time Teacher include:
- Provide a supportive learning environment for students
- Use NCSCOS – Common Core Standards to plan and accomplish goals
- Use NC Common Core Unpacking as examples for teaching standards
- Developing level-appropriate instruction for classes
- Scaffold instruction
- Understand and use differentiation for instruction
- Teach to different learning styles
- Be engaging and motivating
- Communicate both orally and in writing about students’ progress and challenges with other essential EES staff
- Provide one-on-one counseling and educational tutoring to participants related to their educational goals, challenges and progress.
- Uses research based methods to instruct students in Reading/Math.
- Familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures
- Evaluates and monitors student's performance.
- Monitors student progress using formative and summative assessment.
- Uses data to drive instruction.
- Performs a variety of tasks as determined by the principal.
- A certain degree of creativity and latitude is required
- Maintain an orderly ISS room with written expectations and procedures
- Ensure ISS students are fulfilling the Principal’s expectations for the students
- Communicate with the principal/assistant principal about ISS – maintain documentation
• Minimum of BA/BS degree, Masters in Education preferred
• Demonstrated ability to engage, and motivate youth
• Experience with developing innovative lessons
• Ability to work effectively with diverse young people and staff
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Willingness to engage in professional development
Position entails a 20-hour a week commitment from Monday-Friday between the hours of
8:00am – 4:00pm.
Substitute Bus Drivers
Substitute Child Nutrition Assistants
Applications should be submitted online.
School Jobs Online Application
NCDPI Employment website:· http://www.ncpublicschools.org/work4ncschools/employment/
*Disclaimer:· Vacancies are posted at a designated site; however, employees may be reassigned ·to another site as needed.
Whiteville City Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, citizenship status, age, or handicap in any of its educational or employment programs or activities.