Different Ways the Schedule Can Display in the Parent Portal

Modified on Tue, Feb 27 at 2:11 PM

This is an example of the parents view of their child's Daily Schedule when on the Summary (Home) screen:

This format is ideal for displaying schedules when using Rotating Periods, or operating on a Hybrid Schedule, when it is possible for a student to have a different class schedule from day to day.

Parents and Students will be able to view their schedule for one specific school day. They can also click on a future date to see their daily schedule for that date.

This is enabled by checking off Daily Schedule on the Parent Access Settings page for Current Year Schedules.

When the Daily Schedule view is enabled, the List view will still be available (see list schedule view below)

For Hybrid Scheduling

The Virtual icon (shown above) indicates the student is set to spend the entire school day learning virtually/remotely for the date above.

Students will see an In School icon when they are scheduled to be attending school in-person (not virtual) for the day. 

If the school does NOT use Rotating Groups on the School Calendar, and students will attend certain periods in-person but attend a portion of the school day at home (virtually) these icons will not appear.

Instead, they will see (Virtual) appear below each class where the student is scheduled to attend virtually for the date being viewed. See below for an example of this variation:


The List Schedule View

This is an example of a student's schedule being displayed using the regular List view on the portal:

The above can be seen while the Daily View is enabled for the parent/student portal. Portal users can click the "List View" link to switch to this view.

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