Home of the Huskies
Mission:We will advocate for our students and families in partnership with our community to assure their success inside and outside of school; continuously innovate our practices and programs to improve student achievement; and educate in ways that are relevant, relationship driven, and rigorous.
The Port Huron Area School District will provide a personalized, world-class education for each student today to shape tomorrow's community and global leaders.
ADvocate. innovate. educate.
2015 will mark the 50th PHN commencement class.
To view all announcements, check the Daily Bulletin.
PHASD Endowment Fund
Remember the past, invest in the future. A gift to the PHASD Endowment Fund builds a permanent resource for our schools, allowing them to take advantage of opportunities that otherwise might not be affordable. The fund is managed and administered by the Community Foundation of St. Clair County. PHASD Endowment Fund Flyer
Information for the 2014-2015 School Year
Parent Connect allows you to view your child's attendance records, class assignments, progress reports, report cards, transcripts and more.
If your child has moved from one building to another within the PHASD your ID number and password will remain the same.
If you are new to the school district, or have not yet signed up for Parent Connect -forms are available here at /. Complete the form and bring it along with a picture ID to the Counseling Office at PHN to receive your ID number. If you do not have access to a printer, please contact the Counseling Office (810-984-2671, ext. 1854) and a form will be mailed to you.
If you can't remember your ID number, please contact the Counseling Office (810-984-2671, ext. 1854) for assistance.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), a Federal law, requires that the Port Huron Area School District, affords students and their parents certain rights with respect to their educational records, including the District's directory information. This includes:
- Name, address and telephone number
- Dates of school attendance
- Other information such as honor roll, yearbook, etc.
- Date and place of birth
- School Activities
- Program of study
- Honors and awards
The District has a responsibility to disclose such information upon appropriate request. However, parents can ask that directory information on their son(s) and or daughters(s) be withheld from public release. To do so, a letter must be sent to the building principal asking that such directory information not be given out. When students reach 18 years of age, the law transfers this right to them.
Services Available for Families in Transition
If you and your family find yourselves struggling to keep a permanent residence, you may qualify for homelessness benefits offered by your child's school. Homeless students/families may be:
- Living with relatives or friends
- In public or private shelters
- In public or private places not ordinarily used as housing, such as cars or public parks
- Moving from place to place
If you are in one or more of these situations, your children may be eligible for services and referrals. Contact your school district's homelessness liaison for further details: Jennifer Allen, DIrector for State and Federal Programs, 1925 Lapeer Avenue, Port Huron, MI, 810-984-3101, ext. 4050.