This article applies to Imagine Math and Imagine Math Facts.
If you are a District Administrator, School Administrator or Teacher, you can add new student accounts to classes either individually or in bulk, and add existing student accounts to classes individually. Individually means adding each student's information one at a time, and to only one class. In bulk means adding multiple new student accounts to one or multiple classes all at once, using an import file. If you have both Imagine Math and Imagine Math Facts, you can add student accounts to a class and assign them to both products at the same time.
Imagine Learning recommends that you wait to add next year's student accounts until your district has determined their Yearly Reset date. On your district's Yearly Reset date, all student and classroom data is removed. If you add student accounts for the next school year before the Yearly Reset date, your student accounts will be deleted.
When you see Managed by SIS next to accounts or classes, it means that your district uses a Student Information System (SIS) integration tool to manage school administrator, educator, class, and student accounts within your district. To update information for these accounts, contact your district's IT staff since they have permissions to make account changes.
Adding new student accounts to classes
When adding new student accounts to classes, it is best to use the individual method if you have one or only a few to add to a single class. If you have many student accounts to add to a single class, or multiple to add to multiple classes, it is best to use the bulk import method. The bulk import allows you to add student account information from a CSV file that you import. As a District Administrator or School Administrator, or a Teacher assigned to more than one class, you can use the bulk method to import multiple student accounts to multiple classes, at once. As a teacher assigned to a single class, you can use the bulk method to add all new student accounts to your class, at once. Both methods require that you include the full name (first and last), Student ID (SIN ID), a unique username and password, and grade level for each student. For the bulk import method, you'll also need to include each student's class.
Adding existing student accounts to classes
When adding existing students to a classes, you can work with only one class at a time. You'll need to enter each students' Student Information Number (SIN). You may also want to know each student's first and last name so that you can verify that you've entered the correct Student Information Number.
Other tasks related to adding student accounts
Quickly editing students' names, usernames, passwords and IDs
When you just need to change a student's name, login credentials or Student Information Number (SIN or ID), you can do so using the Edit feature on the Student list page, or to edit multiple or all students in a specific class, you can use the Quick Edit feature in the Class block on the Classes page. For more information on using this feature, see the related article.
Removing students from classes
You can't deactivate a student's account in a class, if that student attends multiple classes at your school, as deactivation puts the student's account into an inactive status. Therefore, if you need to deactivate a student in one class (or more, but not all classes), you remove them from only that class. This allows their account to remain active in the other classes. For more information on using this feature, see the related article.