Campus Portal Information
To help you more effectively monitor the progress of your child, the Temecula Valley Unified School District provides a web-based student information system. This system provides detailed, real-time information, including: Schedules, Assignments, Assessment Scores, Calendar, Grades, Attendance, Graduation Progress, Academic Planner, To Do List, Reports, District and School Notices.
Temecula Valley Unified School District is very excited about using the powerful parent portal to instantly share information about it's students with parents and guardians. Once you log-in to the portal, you'll be able to access unofficial transcripts, monitor graduation progress and attendance, contact your student's teacher(s), and even view upcoming assignments and important dates! To access the portal, you'll need your activation code, which you can obtain from your childs' school. Once you have your activation code, simply enter it HERE to create your account
Returning Student Registration
Each year parents will need to complete a returning student registration through their parent portal. Please login to your parent portal from a computer prior to the end of the school year to assure you will have access when you receive the link in July. The returning student registration is a link sent to the guardian of the students primary household and it includes verifying the information, updating emergency contacts, and submitting the annual notification and health history.
If you have more than one student in TVUSD they will all appear within your parent portal account. If the information in your portal is incorrect please contact your childs' school to correct the issue.
Campus Portal Activation Key:
IF YOU ARE A TVUSD EMPLOYEE WITH ACCESS TO INFINITE CAMPUS, PLEASE DO NOT SET UP A NEW PORTAL ACCOUNT. USE YOUR USER NAME AND PASSWORD TO LOG ON TO THE CAMPUS PORTAL ADDRESS BELOW.
For parents who are NOT TVUSD employees, please follow the steps below to create your portal account:
- Go to https://campus.tvusd.k12.ca.us/campus/portal/temecula_valley.jsp (you may want to add this address to your Bookmarks or Favorites for easy access to Campus Portal in the future).
- Click HELP
- Select the following option: "If you have been assigned a Campus Portal Activation Key, click here."
- Enter your Activation Key
- For your Username, enter your valid email address
- Create a strong password
- Click CREATE ACCOUNT
Once your account is successfully created, logon to Campus Portal and review the District Notice.
- If you have more than one student in our schools, use the SELECT A STUDENT drop down.
- If you only have one student in our schools, you will be taken to the portal page for that student.
- If you have more than one student in our schools, but not all of them are listed in the drop down, please call the missing students school so they can add your student to your portal view.
Temecula Valley Acceptable Use Policy for Student and Parent Access
The Governing Board intends that technological resources provided by the District be used in a safe, responsible, and proper manner in support of the instructional program and for the advancement of student learning.
The Superintendent or designee shall ensure that all District computers with Internet access have a technology protection measure that blocks or filters Internet access to visual depictions that are obscene, child pornography, or harmful to minors and that the operation of such measures is enforced.
The Superintendent or designee shall notify students and parents/guardians about authorized uses of District computers, user obligations and responsibilities, and consequences for unauthorized use and/or unlawful activities in accordance with District regulations and the District's Acceptable Use Agreement. Because the Internet contains an unregulated collection of resources, the District cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information or the appropriateness of any material that a student may encounter.
Therefore, before a student is authorized to use the District's technological resources, the student and his/her parent/guardian shall sign and return the Acceptable Use Agreement specifying user obligations and responsibilities. In that agreement, the student and his/her parent/guardian shall agree not to hold the District or any District staff responsible for the failure of any technology protection measures, violations of copyright restrictions, or user mistakes or negligence. They shall also agree to indemnify and hold harmless the District and District personnel for any damages or costs incurred. The Superintendent or designee, with input from students and appropriate staff, shall regularly review and update this policy, the accompanying administrative regulation, and other relevant procedures to enhance the safety and security of students using the District's technological resources and to help ensure that the District adapts to changing technologies and circumstances.
To reinforce these measures, the Superintendent or designee shall implement rules and procedures designed to restrict students' access to harmful or inappropriate matter on the Internet and to ensure that students do not engage in unauthorized or unlawful online activities, including, but not limited to, socalled “hacking”. Staff shall supervise students while they are using online services and may have teacher aides, student aides, and volunteers assist in this supervision.
The Superintendent or designee also shall establish regulations to address the safety and security of students and student information when using email, chat rooms, and other forms of direct electronic communication.
The Superintendent or designee shall provide age-appropriate instruction regarding safe and appropriate behavior on social networking sites, chat rooms, and other Internet services. Such instruction shall include, but not be limited to, the dangers of posting personal information online, misrepresentation by online predators, how to report inappropriate or offensive content or threats, behaviors that constitute cyber-bullying, and how to respond when subjected to cyber-bullying. Student use of District computers to access social networking sites is prohibited. To the extent possible, the Superintendent or designee shall block access to such sites on District computers with Internet access.
The Superintendent or designee shall establish administrative regulations governing use of the District's technology. He/she shall ensure that users have no expectation of privacy and understand that District staff may monitor or examine all system activities to ensure proper use of the systems. Students who fail to abide by the regulations shall be subject to disciplinary action, revocation of the user account, and legal action as appropriate.