eSchoolData Information

eSchoolData Portals

Parent and Student Portal. Practically any type of information that a student or parent might be interested in can be made available via eSchoolData Portals. Districts control of what parents and students see, as the full array of available information can be customized by building and grade level.

Teacher Connect Messages. In addition to being convenient, delivering information and enabling person-to-person communication through eSD is always secure. As with all eSD data exchanges, communication among teachers, students and parents is encrypted (unlike email).

eSchoolData Login
Parent Portal Registration for new users

Click the image at left for a larger view of the Parent Portal Registration page. Type the words “Ramapo Central” in the field labeled “School District.” A dropdown will let you choose “RamapoCentral.”

Next, choose your Username.
Enter your email address and confirm by typing again.
Choose password; re enter to confirm.
Choose authentication question; and answer – click on the blue button on the bottom right, “Create Account Information,” to go to the next screen.
Enter your (PARENT) personal information. Then click to next blue button to go to the Student Information screen.

In the next screen, you will submit Student information; you will need your child’s student ID. (Your child or teacher will know his/her ID number. It was assigned when you registered your child with RCSD, and is printed on report cards and progress reports.)

Then submit.  Accounts can take up to 24 hours to activate; you will receive an email once a match is made between parent and child – and the account will be approved and activated.  

Electronic Report Cards

The Ramapo Central School District  utilizes a standards-based elementary report card. These report cards are delivered electronically via the eSchoolData Parent Portal and effectively communicate students’ progress, areas of strength and where improvement is needed.

These report cards, first introduced in the 2014-15 school year, are grounded in current educational research and resulted from collaborative work by the District’s teachers, administrators and parent representatives.


School Reopening Update - 8/7/20

Governor Andrew Cuomo today announced that schools across New York State will be allowed to reopen and must work with the SED and DOH as to how that will occur. He also announced a series of next steps for districts to take between now and August 21, including posting separately their remote learning, COVID testing and contract tracing plans, in addition to holding discussions with parents and staff.  With this new information, the Suffern Central School District will take a few days to align its state-mandated reopening plans with Governor Cuomo's directives. Please watch for updates on school day scheduling, instruction, transportation and other critical district operations in the coming days as well as dates for parent and staff discussions to be held.


El gobernador Andrew Cuomo anunció hoy que las escuelas en todo el estado de Nueva York podrán reabrir y deben trabajar con el SED y el DOH en cuanto a cómo ocurrirá eso. También anunció una serie de próximos pasos para que los distritos tomen entre ahora y el 21 de agosto, incluyendo publicar por separado su aprendizaje remoto, pruebas COVID y planes de seguimiento de contratos, además de mantener conversaciones con los padres y el personal. Con esta nueva información, el Distrito Escolar Central de Suffern tardará unos días en alinear sus planes de reapertura obligatorios por el estado con las directivas del gobernador Cuomo. Esté atento a las actualizaciones sobre la programación del día escolar, la instrucción, el transporte y otras operaciones críticas del distrito en los próximos días, así como las fechas para las discusiones de padres y personal que se llevarán a cabo.