You can see attendance, the family communication log, the student’s portfolio and more. This can be a handy tool to use during a meeting with parents to easily navigate through the data on the student.

From the home screen, select Classes

Click on the tile of the student whose profile you wish to view.

There are 4 tabs you can navigate between when exploring the student profile.


This contains basic student information along with attendance, recognition, participation and gradebook data.


This contains the student's blog as well as any assessments or blog posts that the student or teacher wanted to showcase in the student profile.  Teachers are also able to add a note to the portfolio as long as it's connected to a class.


This will provide analytics data for the particular student in recognitions, participation, attendance, and 3rd party/Otus assessments. Click the row of an assessment you assigned to view more information about it.


This will provide class and record information for each individual student.  Here, you can view all the student's classes and their respective class codes, associated student groups (including any applicable start and end dates), a log of all family communication history, student notes, and student attachments.  

If you wish to leave a note that will carry over from school year to school year, be sure to add it under the "All Classes" Category, as all notes attached to a class will be removed when the student is no longer in that class.

Edit Student Profile Information

If a student needs to change their personal information, cannot remember their password, gets locked out of their account, or needs to change their password for any reason, the teacher can do that right in the teacher account! Just follow these steps to find out how!

-Enter the student's profile from the teacher account.

-At the top left hand corner, you will see a pencil icon. Select the pencil to change information or password for this student's account! Make sure to select Save once done.

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