Log in to ARIS Parent Link
or get more information
Log in to ARIS
or look for supporting material
What is ARIS Parent Link?ARIS Parent Link
is a secure online location where parents can find their child's daily attendance, as well as Periodic Assessments and NY State test results, including Regents exams. Parents of students in middle school and high school can also view report card grades, unofficial transcripts, and important information about high school graduation requirements. ARIS Parent Link can also help parents find activities they can do at home with their children to improve their achievement.ARIS Parent Link video: Parents as Partners
ARIS Parent Link flier
Presentation to share ARIS Parent Link with NYC families
School Every Day
ARIS Parent Link works hand-in-hand with School Every Day, which provides a help center to connect parents with the resources they need to get their children to school. Parents can log in to ARIS Parent Link from the School Every Day web site to find out how many days of school their children have missed. Read more about the School Every Day campaign.
How can CBOs get involved?
After parents get their temporary passwords from their school, CBOs can:
- provide computer and internet access
- help parents obtain a free email account
- help parents create an ARIS Parent Link permanent password
- help parents navigate ARIS Parent Link
Help parents to use computersFree computer resourcesHow to get a free e-mail accountHelp parents log in to ARIS Parent Link
Help English Language LearnersResources for English Language Learners
Language Identification Guide
"I Speak" card
Where can CBOs get more information?
Division of Family and Community Engagement
As a central resource for family engagement, the Division of Family and Community Engagement strives to involve and inform parent leaders and families as essential partners in helping students achieve college and career readiness.
Community Based Organizations page
This page offers helpful resources for CBOs interested in supporting NYC schools.