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Guardian Dashboard

This article pertains to guardians accessing a Collaborative Student account.

Introduction:

Guardians have the ability to track progress and provide support where needed. This process describes how to navigate the Student Learning Portal (SLP) Dashboard as a guardian.

Details:

  1. First, there are two items that will remain the same throughout navigating the SLP:
    • Your full name will be displayed at the top right corner of the page. This allows you to Edit Account and/or properly exit the SLP.
    • If you have more than one student to monitor, their names will appear in the top menu bar to alter student account views. If your student does not appear and you have more than one student, please follow the Add Another Student to Account process.
    • The dashboard page shows the courses in tiles. Each tile will contain course details such as score, teacher name, pacing guides, and course start and end dates. For collaborative courses, the local teacher or school may require alternate pacing other than the pacing that is listed in the SLP pacing guides.
      The guardian dashboard is displayed showing two courses the student is enrolled in. The left menu contains options to navigate.
  2. Next, choose an option from the available options below in the left navigation menu:
    • Select Mentor Information to view the assigned mentor’s contact information. If your student has not been assigned a mentor, you will see no information here. Please continue to use the instructor as your first point of communication.
    • Click Gradebook to view the Instructor Name and Email as well as an outline of the assignments.
      The Gradebook page is shown with a list of courses. An arrow points to the course column that contains course names.
    • Tap Student Information to view your student details.
    • Edit Account allows you to change your login password.
      The edit account page is shown with password reset fields and a change password button.
  3. Continue to View Grade and Assignment Details.

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