Parent Resources

EPA has provided a number of parent resources to help you keep track of your child’s attendance, grades, homework, class projects, after school activities and more.  As a convenience, we also accept online payments. As always, if you have questions about any of these resources, please call the school office.

The direct links to all these resources is always located in the upper right hand corner of this website.


EPA sends a weekly newsletter from the school’s administration with news, events, and sign-ups. We also use this tool to send out urgent closure information. Sign Up for the EPA newsletter to receive important communications from the school.


PowerSchool  is the online record of classes, grades and attendance. You’ll find a list of your child’s classes, teacher contact information, assignments and grades as well as a history of attendance.  For more information about PowerSchool, click here.


Bloomz allows teachers to communicate with our parents. We use this tool to send out assignments, create classroom calendars and create sign ups. The school uses Bloomz to send school wide communications about important events and reminders. Learn more about Bloomz here.

Online Payments

For your convenience, we accept debit, mastercard and visa online to pay for your child’s school fees, aftercare, lunch and more. Any after school activities provided by a third-party (karate, gymnastics, etc.) should be paid directly to that organization.  When paying fees online, please be sure to include your child’s name and a breakdown of the fees in the comments field. You may access the online payment portal here.

Parent Advocate

The mission of the parent advocate is to help parents, students and the community resolve school-related problems for students enrolled at East Point Academy. The objectives are to provide information and counsel which may involve rights and available options, applicable state laws and regulations and procedural guidelines to follow when filing a complaint. If you would like to request the assistance of the parent advocate, contact Amy Roper,, with a brief (2-3 sentence) summary of  your issue.

The parent advocate’s role, authority and jurisdiction:

  • Will try to resolve complaints fairly, and if possible, informally.
  • Will not place blame or attempt to determine who is guilty or innocent.
  • Will try to negotiate a win-win outcome for all parties involved.
  • Will serve as a resource to parents in non-legal regular or special education matters.
  • Will handle each case with confidentiality, neutrality, informality and independence.
  • Will not disclose personal information, discussion and interactions held between the parent advocate, parent or school district officials.