Help Tutorials, Quickstart Guides and Resources to help you make the most of ManageBac.
Please see step-by-step instructions below.
The Calendar tab lets you see your child's academic and activity dates in calendar form.
The Attendance tab shows the attendance information for your child and details how many absences he or she has.
The Messages tab shows the messages written by teachers and students in each of your child's classes. Parents can view messages and file attachments but are unable to add comments or post messages here.
The Progress tab details your child's academic progress in each class, and lets you view past report cards and future academic plans. Click on a class to view which units are being taught and view task / assignment grades left by the teacher.
If your school is using ManageBac back for Attendance, click the Timetables tab to view your child's class attendance records. Click Download PDF to get a PDF export of your child's class timetable. You can also click to Submit Excusals for absent excusals directly on this page.
Click on the Portfolio tab to view work that your child has uploaded to their classes.
If your school is using ManageBac for reports, click on the Reports tab to obtain a PDF export of your child's report card.
The IB Parents Association tab keeps you connected with teachers and other parents. It allows you to send messages and be notified of upcoming parent events.
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