Parent/Guardian will be able to see the following information, if applicable to your child:
You will need to provide the school / School Nurse with your personal Email address prior to being able to activate your account as a family with your personal email that you provided to the school district during your student registration with the district.
(*If both parents/guardians provided their emails to the school district, you may use one of the
emails to start one account or both emails to start more than one account.)
Account activation can be completed via our Mobile or Desktop application. (*Note, you do not need to register separately to gain access to both options.)
Complete the following steps to continue your activation:
Health Portal Login Screen
Select “Activate Account” located below the Log In box.
STEP 1: Temporary Password (Activate your account)
(You will see a green checkmark and confirmation message, indicating that a temporary
password email has been sent with the Subject: “Your temporary password for Frontline
(Please check your email’s spam folder if you have not received the email in 10-15 minutes.)
STEP 2: Update Password
STEP 4: A green checkmark and message will show that your agreement is confirmed.
STAFF: Complete Account Activation.
FAMILIES: Continue to Assign Students.
You will be prompted to assign student(s) to your account. You will need to provide the following information for each child:
To register additional children, remain on this step and provide the child’s information and click on “Add this student,” and continue this step until all your children are registered. Then select “I’m done adding students” to complete account activation.
STEP 5: Account Activated
Please use the Frontline Health Portal Mobile App, or
Still have questions or need additional support?
Please follow these steps:
Note: Your student’s health record is part of his/her educational record at the School District. The privacy of these records is protected by federal law) per the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, 20 U.S.C. §1232g) and state law. If you are aware that you should not have access to your student’s educational record, do not register for access to the Health Portal.
Troubleshooting Tips for Families: