Teachers have the ability to create new student accounts, where usernames are restricted to a login code domain. To access their respective site, both educators and students must use a unique code. Usernames cannot have spaces but can contain special characters and most alt-code characters if copied and pasted. Passwords must consist of case-sensitive characters and range from 6 to 32 in length without spaces. All keyboard special characters are permitted.
The student's school can be modified by administrators. However, student accounts do not have access to school or district information. In MyPath K-5, when Scheduled SIS Imports are enabled for a school, educators cannot manually add students. If teachers are added manually and are included in the bulk upload/nightly import file, the teacher's record will be replaced with the changes in the nightly file.
To create a student account
- Choose Students in the left navigation bar.
- Click Create Student.
- Provide the necessary details for the student, including their first name, last name, grade level, username, and password. If necessary, include a third-party ID.
Usernames are unique to a login code domain, and passwords must consist of case-sensitive characters and range from 6 to 32 characters in length without spaces. All keyboard special characters are permitted.
- Click Next.
- Choose the required student preferences, such as Text-to-Speech, Language Translation Tools, ELL, Spanish Language, MyPath Assessment, and First Language.
Term Description Text-to-Speech Enables the reading of instructional and assessment content to students for the chosen subject. Language Translation Tools Translates written instructional and assessment content for the selected subject to another language. ELL English Language Learner for reporting (optional). Spanish Language Enables students to receive Math lessons and the MyPath Math Assessment in the Spanish language. MyPath Assessment MyPath's assessment tool used for student placement. First Language Native or primary language communicated and understood, and typically forms the foundation of linguistic and cognitive development. It plays a crucial role in shaping thoughts, emotions, and interactions with others. Students can excel in their first language, demonstrating the highest level of proficiency and natural fluency.
- Click Save to add the student to the student list.