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Pinnacle Internet Viewer is available for parents and students grades 4-12 ...
Track your child's test, homework and assignment
grades, on a regular basis.
Pinnacle Internet Viewer is an innovative product that works hand-in-hand with our GradeBook system. Now, with the click of a mouse, you can access real-time students' grades, missed assignments and more!
For the past several years, we have offered all parents the opportunity to receive their child's grades by e-mail every week, and we will continue to do so.
This information will be secure and private and available only to you and your family. Your child's electronic gradebook can be accessed through a log-in, which is your child's school I.D. number with the leading zero--e.g., 012345. The password will be his or her birthday in eight-digit form--e.g., 04011988. Please note: you may change this password after your initial long-in, but if you choose to do so, the new password is your responsibility to remember. Penn-Delco District administrators will not have access to the new password.
- To access your child's grade, please visit the secure site via the link on the Penn Delco Web page or by entering http://gradebook.pdsd.org/Pinnacle/PIVin the address bar of your web browser. You will see a security notification. Click "OK." Ignore the warning notice.
- Enter your child's school I.D. number and eight-digit birthdate. (Call the school office if you do not know the I.D. number, but it is on your child's school schedule and he or she should know it as I.D. numbers are used frequently at school).
Please keep in mind that grades are updated each week by Wednesday afternoon for compliance with PIAA requirements for secondary students. Your child's teachers will not have all new grades instantly available for you to view, and in some cases, grading work such as essays can take a week or more. Please be patient. Please also understand that some teachers grade certain assignments more heavily than others, and there are different ways to note missing assignments, such as with an X for "exempt", a zero or even a "Z." All questions and concerns about your child's grades should be directed to his or her teachers.
Weekly e-mail reports
Parents can also sign up for weekly e-mail reports for their child’s grades. Once logged into the Internet Viewer, you will have the option to complete a brief on-line form. The link will be on the left side of your screen.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns about of this system, please call Barbara Hagerty, District Instructional Technology Coordinator, at 610-497-6300, ext. 8318 or e-mail her at email@example.com.