Parent Portal Information for Report Card Access
NEW – MyED BC Service Card Sign in
MYED BC has implemented a change to the way parents and students can login.
You may have noticed on the login screen, that there is now the option to login with your BC Services Card.
Here are some points of note:
- The BC Services Card login can only be connected to one active student OR one active parent MyEducation BC Login ID at a time – parent hybrid accounts, or multiple accounts cannot be connected
- Once a parent or student chooses the BC Services Card app to log in to MyEducation BC – the current MyEducation BC Login ID and password will no longer function. (They will have to use one or the other)
- Any technical support issues with the BC Services Card app or logging in with the BC Services Card service itself, must be dealt with by having the parent directly contact the BC Services Card Tier 1 Help Desk at 1-888-356-2741. Support at the District level for this type of login is not supported.
Attached here is a FAQ sheet, how to set up your BC Services Card app, and login instructions, to share with your parents and students for assistance in using this process to login.
Please click here to continue to the Myed Parent Portal log in site
Smithers Secondary uses the MyEducation BC Parent Portal to communicate student learning.
Please click here to find out more!
PAC - Want to find out what is happening at SSS that your kids don’t tell you about?
The Smithers Secondary School PAC (Parent Advisory Committee) is composed of a group of parents who volunteer their time to help at our school. The PAC is an active and integral part of the school, providing an avenue for parental input on matters concerning students’ education. All parents/guardians are automatically members and are encouraged to attend PAC meetings.
PAC meetings are held on the last Monday of every month at 7 p.m., at our school in the library. Everyone is welcome to attend. Hope to see you there!
or visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100088379673083
Strengthening parent involvement improves student achievement.