Student Report Cards from the Second Trimester Are Ready and Can Be Accessed on the TeacherEase Parent Portal

April 28, 2020

Dear Parent/Guardian:

Student Report Cards from the second trimester of the 2019-2020 school year, which ended on March 13, are now available. Due to COVID-19, they will not be distributed in hard copy; instead, they are available digitally through the TeacherEase Parent Portal. If you are receiving this email, then you *likely* already have a Parent Portal set up on the TeacherEase database. As a reminder, TeacherEase is VSNB’s secure and confidential online Student Management System. Many of you used it to register your student(s) for school. 

Please follow these steps to access your student’s report card:

  1. Go to the TeacherEase website ( or download the TeacherEase App. 

If you are on a computer, click the blue “Log In” box; if you are on a handheld device, you may need to click the blue box with three lines in order to get the “Log In” option.  Enter your email address and your password. Your email address is *likely* the one at which you are receiving this eblast. If you forgot your password, please follow the onscreen prompts to reset it.

  1. Once you are logged in, SELECT THE 2019-20 academic year. Please do this by clicking on the photo of your student. If you have more than one student, click on the down-arrow to see your other student(s). It is very important you select the 2019-20 academic year, or you will not see the report card.
  2. Click on the “Academics” link and select “Report Cards.” (If you do not see the Academics section, click on the three lines in the upper left corner to access the drop down menu.)  Another option is to use the “Quick Links” grid, and click on “Report Card.” You should now be able to see the report card for the student you selected.

If you have any difficulty accessing your student’s report card, please refer to the illustrated “How-To” document available on our website. Or, please contact, and someone will get back to you with assistance within 24 hours. 

Please note that even though TeacherEase uses the term “report cards,” VSNB prefers to refer to them as “progress reports,” because they are all about the progress students are making. They are intended to give students, teachers, and families a sense of how students are developing and growing in their aptitude and understanding and where more attention may be needed. If you have questions about the content of your student’s progress report, please reach out to your student’s teacher.

Warm regards,

Tim Newbold

Head of School


The Village School of North Bennington

“Children are at the heart of all we do.”

phone: 802-442-5955 ext. 201