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When using Clever or Auto Rostering how do I add a custom class?
 
Since your organization is using Clever (or another rostering system) to automatically synchronize its student rosters to Let's Go Learn, teachers are not able to edit classes that show up in their teacher accounts. But teachers can still create custom classes that can be used for grouping, pull out programs, implement interventions, etc. Follow these instructions:

Step One: Adding a custom class. On the <Class> tab, click on the "Add Class" button. Enter in a descriptive class name and click on the "Add Class" button.

Step Two: Go the <Manage> tab and select “Student Roster” from the pull-down menu.

Step Three: Click the “Show all students”* button; enter your search parameters.

Step Four: Click your cursor into the "Classes" field next to the target student and select a class. Your new class will show up here. The class selection is automatically saved when you click away.

* Depending on your school’s permission setting, teachers' "Show all students" may be limited to a single site or the entire district.

Downloadable TIP SHEET is attached below.

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Creating Classes When Classes are Locked Due to Clever or Auto-rostering   TIPS_Clever_Users_Creating_Classes_and_Adding_Students.pdf
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