Welcome to Home Access Center (HAC)
Please understand that many factors affect the teacher’s ability to post grades and assignments in a timely fashion: the length and complexity of the test or assignment, as well as other responsibilities that require a teacher’s time.
Using the Home Access Center information is not a replacement for checking with your child about assignments and grades. If you feel your child may be having difficulty in school, please contact his/her teacher or counselor to discuss proactive strategies so that we can ensure all our students have the tools and support they need to be successful.
Home Access Center is a browser-based student information system that allows you to view student registration, report card, attendance, transcript, classwork, and scheduling information as it is entered in the school district's database. Guardians or students can use Home Access Center to view student information.
To login to Home Access Center (HAC), access the internet and log onto the Hood River Valley School Web site: www.hrvhs.com and click on the Home Access Center link on the left menu. The login button is located on the top of this screen. When the Login screen appears type in your User Name and Password.
User Name: This is the student’s computer login followed by @hoodriver.k12.or.us
Password: Eight digit student ID (add zero’s in front of the student id to make it eight characters in length)
Student name is John Smith and student id is 101296
User Name: email@example.com
Student name is Maria Galvez Marquez and student id is 103799
User Name: firstname.lastname@example.org (use first last name ONLY)
PLEASE DO NOT share your user name or password with ANYONE!
If you do not have a username or password,
please contact HRVHS at 541-386-4500.
Home Access Center Menu
The menu options in the Home Access Center banner provide access to HAC's main pages. Clicking an icon displays a page with related tabs, each of which is a self-contained page of information on your student. For example, the Grades option displays a page with tabs on IPRs, Report Cards, and other subjects associated with grading. Clicking a tab displays the page indicated. Most HAC pages also include links that when clicked, display a window with additional details.
The following pages can be accessed using the menu options in the HAC banner.
Displays a student's attendance, scheduling, assignment, and discipline information for the current week. Previous and future weeks can also be displayed. Links are provided for viewing details on individual courses, accessing student fee information, and emailing teachers.
Displays a month-view of the student's attendance, scheduling, assignment, and discipline information, as well as activities and events. Checkboxes are provided for configuring the type of information that displays, while buttons are included for changing the calendar to a daily or week view. Previous and future months can also be displayed.
Displays a month-view of the student's attendance that can be toggled to access all months within the current school year. A color legend identifies the type of attendance displayed. Place the mouse pointer over a day to view more detailed information on absences and tardies.
Displays course assignments, including the dates assigned, due dates, categories, potential points, and scores for the Gradebook assignments available in a class. When assignments are ordered by class, class average information is shown below the student's list of assignments.
Teachers can select whether an assignment and its score should be published for HAC. However, unpublished assignments may be included in the student's averages for a course.
Displays the student's schedule for the entire year. Dropped courses may also be displayed. You can also select to display the list of requests for the next school year in a separate section at the bottom of the page. Links are provided for viewing detailed course information and sending emails to teachers.
Interim Progress Report
Displays the student's most recent interim progress report, including courses, marks, and comments for an IPR run based on information in the IPR data warehouse. If comments were entered for the student, a comment legend displays below the course information. In addition, you can select to view any previous IPR run for the current year for which the data warehouse is available.
Displays information from the student's most recent report card run. The page lists marks, comments, and absences related to the student's courses or competencies.
Additional information can include the sum of earned credits for the report card run, class rank, and current, semester, and cumulative credits and GPAs. If comments were entered for the student, a comment legend appears below the report card information. In addition, you can select to view any previous report card run for the current year for which the data warehouse is available.
Displays the student's transcript information based on the Transcript data warehouse. If your district has defined multiple views for transcripts to group courses differently (Yearly, Term, Report Card Run, or Subject Area), you can select the view to display.
The following items also can display, depending on how the view is set up: sum of credits for the course group, GPA for the course group, and the GPA and class rank for the selected GPA type.
Displays all standardized test scores stored for the student in the eSchoolPLUS Test Center.
Displays the student's basic demographic information, including date of birth, gender, grade, building, house/team, and counselor. Additional information may also display, such as contact information, student and guardian addresses and phone numbers, medical emergency information, transportation to and from school, and sensitive information from the Personal page.
Allows guardians and students to change their HAC passwords and modify the challenge questions that are asked when users forget their passwords.
Closes the current HAC session, and returns you to the Log On page.Hood River Valley High School recognizes that there are multiple ways to facilitate communication between our teachers, students, and parents. Remember you can always contact the school with any questions regarding attendance, classroom performance, or behavior.