The Mentor Schools IT department has reset all student passwords in preparation for the upcoming school year. Every student’s login is his or her student ID number. Elementary school passwords are constructed differently than middle and high school passwords. Additionally, the password format does have one slight difference from past school years. The first initial of the password must be CAPITALIZED for all grade levels.
For middle school and high school students– their new password is the first initial of their first name CAPITALIZED then the first initial of last name lowercase, followed by a period, followed by their birthday in six digits.
So for example at the middle and high school let’s use John Smith, born on January 1, 2003.
Here is what his password would be: Js.010103
For elementary school students their lunch pin number is in place of their birthday. So, their new password is the first initial of their first name CAPITALIZED then the first initial of last name lowercase, followed by a period, followed by the student's school lunch pin number.
For example we’ll use John Smith again, whose lunch pin number is 1234.
His password would be: Js.1234