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How to update your own account at the start of the new school year
 
Start of a new school year - Updating your own account

If you are an existing customer who already has students in your roster, there are only a few steps you need to take before your students can be reassessed at the start of the school year.
Please note: If you are part of a district-wide deployment, please check with your administrators, as most likely they will be with working with Let’s Go Learn to reassign/add students.

Have your new class roster available.

Updating your Roster by Creating a New Class
    Create a new class
    1. Click on Class tab
    2. Click on "+Add Class"
    3. Add new class name to Title* eg MyClass 2016-17
    4. Click Add Class to save

    Add any students who are completely NEW to your school or who have NOT been assessed on any Let’s Go Learn program in the past.
    1. Click on "+ Add New Student"
    2. Add student information and click on "Add Student" to save
    Add any existing students - Use All Student Roster or Move Student button
    See attached file for directions

    Close any OLD class(es)
    1. Click on "Manage" and then "View Classes"
    2. Click on Check Mark under Actions to deactivate class

Updating your Roster by Updating Existing Class
    Remove students who are no longer in your class.
    See attached file for directions

    Add any students who are completely NEW to your school or who have NOT been assessed on any Let’s Go Learn program in the past.
    1. Click on "+ Add New Student"
    2. Add student information and click on "Add Student" to save
    Add any existing students - Use All Student Roster or Move Student button
    See attached file for directions
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