Edgenuity Parent and Student Information
edgenuity parent and student information
Litchfield Elementary School District is excited to introduce Edgenuity to our students and parents. Edgenuity is a self-paced program for all students to use to supplement the curriculum and provide an Arizona Standards-based resource for students in quarantine and isolation.
Student Instructional Minutes Requirement
Students are required to complete 3 hours (180 min) of instructional time in Edgenuity. If the instructional time requirement is met daily, students' attendance will be updated to reflect that the student completed a full day of attendance and student attendance will not be impacted. There is no option for half-day attendance.
begin here - step 1
Begin by viewing the Edgenuity Parent and Student Introduction Video for either MyPath (K-2nd grades) or Edgenuity Courseware (3rd-8th grade)
These videos have Closed Captions. After opening the video, click on the CC icon at the bottom of the video. You will know that it is on because there will be a red line under CC.
MyPath - K-2nd grades
Edgenuity Courseware 3rd-8th grade
STEP 2 - Log Into Your Program Through CLEVER
Log into Clever using your Google email and password. Contact your teacher if you need this information. Click on the Clever icon below to be taken directly to the Clever login page.
STEP 3 - select the appropriate program for your grade Level from the clever dashboard
STEP 4 - K-2 MyPath
When students begin the MyPath program, they will immediately be directed to take a short placement assessment to create their individual learning path.
After the assessment is completed, students will be giving an individualized learning path. Students select the GO bubble on their dashboard to begin their lessons.
STEP 4 - 3-8 courseware
When students begin the Courseware program, they will immediately be directed to view an 8 minute orientation video to introduce students to the program, tools, and how to access their courses.
After the orientation video is completed, students will be directed to their dashboard. Students then select a course tile to begin their lessons. The course number indicates the grade. Example - 300 level is 3rd grade courses.