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Resource Links

RenWeb login
Renweb is Hope Academy’s database for schedules, attendance, grades, and lesson plans. Please contact the school’s front office if you are having issues logging into RenWeb.  Furthermore, for Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod users, there is a mobile app, RenWeb Home, that is free to download but requires a $4.99 annual subscription.  An Android app is also available.  NOTE: RenWeb has been known to cause access trouble on certain browsers, like Internet Explorer.  It is recommended you use Firefox, Chrome, Safari, or an alternate browser to access RenWeb/ParentsWeb.

Here are instructions to log into ParentsWeb for the first time:

1.  Go to www.renweb.com.
2.  Click Logins.
3.  Click the Parent, Student or Staff button.
4.  Type the District Code, which is GA-LA for Hope Academy.
5.  Click Create New ParentsWeb Account.
6.  Type the email address that the school has on file in RenWeb for the Parent, Student or Staff (this is/are the e-mail address(es) you listed on your child’s registration form.
7.  Click Create Account.
8.  An email is sent to the email address on file in RenWeb for the Parent, Student or Staff.
9.  Access the email account and click the link to create your user name and password.
10.  Type a User Name and Password.
11.  Click Save User Name and/or Password.

Autism Society of America
5430 South Woodchase Court
Baton Rouge, LA 70808
Phone: 800-955-3760
Email: pjmanco@cox.net
Fax: 225-757-8890The Louisiana Autism Chapter (LSAC) is a coalition of local chapters throughout our state providing a network of families who offer support and experience.

Our Mission: To provide information,referrals and advocacy to persons with ASD and their families. To assist person with ASD in securing benefits and services provided by law. To promote lifelong opportunities for persons with ASD throughout Louisiana in order to be fully included members of their communities.

Autism Speaks
Autism Speaks was founded in February 2005 by Bob and Suzanne Wright, grandparents of a child with autism. Since then, Autism Speaks has grown into the nation’s largest autism science and advocacy organization, dedicated to funding research into the causes, prevention, treatments and a cure for autism; increasing awareness of autism spectrum disorders; and advocating for the needs of individuals with autism and their families. We are proud of what we’ve been able to accomplish and look forward to continued successes in the years ahead.

Families Helping Families of Greater Baton Rouge
Families Helping Families of Greater Baton Rouge is a non-profit, family directed resource center for individuals with disabilities and their families. It is a place where families can go that is directed and staffed by parents or family members of children with disabilities or adults with disabilities. It is this common experience that gives Families Helping Families a very unique approach to serving families

Louisiana Parent Training and Information Center
LaPTIC advocates that parents can and should become effective partners with professionals in the planning and implementing of appropriate programs. The program is committed to helping parents of children with disabilities to become full participants in their children’s educational process. All parent facilitators with the program are also parents of children with disabilities.

Down Syndrome Awareness Group
The Down Syndrome Awareness Group (DSAG) membership consists of parents, professionals and others concerned with Down syndrome. The group is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization governed solely by the members.