Parent Portal Website

Please click the link above to login to the Parent Portal to update and manage yours and your childs personal information. Thank you.

Parent Portal Help Guide

For help using the Parent Portal please visit the above link. There you will find frequently asked questions.

Parents for Megan's Law

The Crime Victims Center, Inc. dba Parents for Megan’s Law is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of child sexual abuse and rape, the provision of comprehensive trauma informed support services to victims of violent crime, and elderly, minor, and disabled victims of all crime. Violence directed against victims is an abuse of power, often directed at our most vulnerable, and must be met with unwavering resolve to hold perpetrators accountable, and provide victims with the support and services they need. Cick the link above to continue reading.

Parents Bill of Rights

The Plainedge Union Free School District is committed to protecting the privacy and security of each and every student’s data. Parents should be aware of the following rights they have concerning their child’s data...

Transportation Dept. & Forms

Code of Conduct

The Plainedge Board of Education ("board") is committed to providing a safe, supportive and orderly school environment where students may receive and district personnel may deliver quality educational services without disruption or interference. Responsible behavior by students, teachers, other district personnel, parents and other visitors is essential to achieving this goal.

The district has a long-standing set of expectations for conduct on school property and at school functions. These expectations are based on the principles of civility, mutual respect, citizenship, character, tolerance, honesty and integrity.

School Directories

Visit to access the directories for all schools.

School Lunch

Visit the above link to download school lunch menus, free and reduced lunch forms and shaming policy.

Dignity For All Students Act

New York State enacted legislation effective July 1, 2012 titled The Dignity for All Students Act. This legislation is intended to to provide students in public schools an educational environment free from discrimination and harassment. It protects against all forms of harassment, particularly those based on a student's actual or perceived race, color, weight, national origin, ethnic group, religion, religious practice, disability, sexual orientation, gender or sex. 

Mobile Device 1:1 Program

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