Grades 5-12 can change their passwords.
Using a strong password is your first line of defense for keeping your account and data safe. Students in grades 5-12 can change their district password. 5th grade students will be introduced to managing their own password at school in preparation for middle school. Changing your password here will update your District and Google password (Google password sync usually happens within minutes, but could take up to 24 hours).
You must know your current password in order to change it!
How do I create a strong password? The longer your password is the more secure it will be. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) suggests keeping passwords simple, long, and memorable by putting together a combination of words and numbers that only you would know, e.g., Airfrogflyjump1. To safeguard your account, do not use this password on other, non RCS sites and never send, share, give your password to others, or write it down.
RCS passwords must be:
- at least 8 characters
- contain both an upper and lower case letter
- contain a number.
Don't know your password?
If you don't know or can't remember your password, your parents can see your original password in ParentVue. If you've ever changed your password, ParentVue will not show the update, so you'll need to get it reset. For a password reset, visit your school Media Center.