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Aeries Parent Portal Login




The Parent Portal in Aeries allows you to communicate with your child's teacher and view very important announcements. It will also allow you to see who your child's teacher is for this upcoming school year. The Parent Portal account is also used at the beginning of the year to update your students information through the Data Confrimation Process.


Your Parent Portal account infromation will be automatically sent to the email address on file. If you don't remember your username or password, try the forgot password option.

If you did not recieve and email with this information upon enrolling your child, please contact the office staff at your childs school site.

Accounts will automatically roll over every school year.

*ParentSquare can be accessed through the Parent Portal.


Toileting Resources

Books for Parents and Educators

  • Toilet Awareness: Using Montessori Philosophy to create a Potty Learning Routine, Sarah Moudry
  • Oh Crap! Potty Training: Everything Modern Parents Need to Know to Do It Once and Do It Right, Jamie Glowacki
  • Success with Potty Training: No Potty Training Seat, No Pull-Ups, No Training Underwear, Beth Allen 
  • Ready, Set, Potty! Toilet Training for Children with Autism and Other Developmental Disorders, Brenda Batts
  • Potty Mastery, A Child-Centered Approach to Toileting, Joan Morgenstern with Dr. Becky Bailey

Children’s Books for Use at Home and in the Classroom 

  • Everyone Poops, Taro Gomi 
  • A Potty for Me!, Karen Katz
  • Pottysaurus, Brooke Vitale
  • I'm A Potty Superhero, Mabel Forsyth
  • Potty Time with Pete the Kitty, Kimberly and James Dean
  • Unicorn Potty: Learn to Potty with Unicorn, Laura Gates Galvin
  • Daniel Goes to the Potty, adapted by Maggie Testa
  • Daniel’s Potty Time, adapted by Alexandra Cassel Schwartz
  • Fiona’s Little Accident, Rosemary Wells
  • Clayton Parker Really Really has to Pee, Cinco Paul
  • Raj’s Rule (For the Bathroom at School), Lana Button
  • Dash’s Belly Ache, a book for children who can’t or won’t poop, Wendy Hayden
  • P is for Potty, PI Kids
  • Time to PEE!, Mo Willems
  • Potty Patrol, Random House


Supporting Toilet Learning In the Cucamonga School District

We are committed to providing inclusive and supportive environments for all students, including those with diverse toileting needs. As part of our dedication to ensuring every child has access to education, we want to inform you about our practices and procedures regarding toileting support at our school district.

Inclusive Education Mandate: According to the California Department of Education, we are mandated to offer Transitional Kindergarten (TK) and Kindergarten classes to all age-eligible children, regardless of their toileting readiness. This means we provide comprehensive support to ensure every child's participation and success.

Toileting Questionnaire During Enrollment: We administer a toileting questionnaire for all Pre-Kindergarten (PK) through Kindergarten (K) students to understand individual needs and tailor support accordingly.

General Education Students with Toileting Needs: We work with parents/guardians to develop individualized plans for students needing toileting support, ensuring their dignity and privacy are maintained at all times.

Special Education Protocol: Students with disabilities receive individualized toileting plans, adhering to safety, dignity, and privacy standards. Proper procedures are followed by trained staff, and parent involvement is encouraged throughout.

Parent Involvement and Communication: We believe in open communication and collaboration. If your child requires toileting support or if you have any concerns or questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. Your input is valuable, and we are here to support you and your child every step of the way.

Best Practices for Supporting Toileting Independence:

  • Establishing Routine: Consistent toileting schedules promote independence.
  • Clear Instructions: Simple language and visual aids aid understanding.
  • Encouraging Self-Help Skills: Gradual independence is encouraged with minimal support.
  • Promoting Hygiene Practices: Proper hygiene education fosters independence.
  • Positive Reinforcement: Efforts and successes are recognized and praised.
  • Collaborating with Families: Open communication reinforces consistency and support

Thank you for entrusting us with your child's education and well-being. Together, we can create a supportive and inclusive environment where every child can thrive.