When you are at home for school (every day for Cohort C), they will be responsible for checking in through the Campus Student app. The app will be pushed out to their iPad. Please see the following document and video for steps on taking attendance:
Secondary Student Check-In Process
HYBRID MODEL - ALL STUDENTS StartinG FALL 2020
In-Person - Attendance will be taken as normal by your teacher on the days when students are in the building.
Cohort A: In-person on Monday and Thursday
Cohort B: In-person on Tuesday and Friday
Distance Learning - For distance learning days, students will need to check in once per day using the Campus Student app.
Cohort A: Distance Learning on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
Cohort B: Distance Learning on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday
Digital Academy: Distance Learning Monday - Friday
Open the Campus Student app.
The first time they log in they will need to search for our district to set up their account.
District Name - Type Rosemount
State - Choose Minnesota
Click Search District
Click on Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan
They will enter their district Username (student ID) and Password to log in.
To respond to the Check-In, click the Check-In on the Today screen and then click Yes, I’m here.
Your attendance has been marked for the day.
DISTANCE LEARNING MODEL
All Students - Check-in will take place Monday through Friday using Campus Student. In the Distance Learning Model, ALL students are distance learning. Follow the instructions listed above for “Distance Learning Students”.
Apple Screen Time can be turned on a student iPad to receive information on what apps and websites are being accessed and how much time is spent there. How often the iPad is picked up and how much time is spent on the device. To set up Screen Time, go to Settings> Screen Time and follow the prompts. Screen Time can be turned on without setting any limits or restrictions.
With Screen Time set up, the information can be viewed in Settings > Screen Time > See All Activity. Summaries of the current day and past week are available.
Restrictions are also available in Screen Time. Parents can set allowances and limits for certain apps and websites. If parents want to place restrictions on the device, it is important to ensure that students can still access the apps and sites they need to do their school work, especially in this time of distance learning. For example, YouTube is essential in most classrooms during this time. Student iPads already include filtering through Securly to block inappropriate content and utilize Safe Search and YouTube Restricted Mode.
Google Apps: Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Slides, Google Sheets, Google Forms, Google Classroom, YouTube, Gmail (Student email)
Each of the apps is downloaded and logged into separately on an iPad or tablet device. When logging into these apps you will need to use your full Collab email, studentID@apps.district196.org, and your password to login.
Troubleshooting steps for viewing YouTube videos in Schoology:
“This video is restricted. Try signing in with a G Suite account” message
Sign into YouTube when in the Schoology App
First time a student accesses a YouTube video linked in the Schoology app on an iPad they will need to sign into YouTube. HERE is how students can sign into YouTube once they click on a linked YouTube video. After they’ve done this once they will be able to access the embedded and linked videos.
If you are unable to view YouTube videos outside of Schoology either in a browser or the YouTube app, there may be a restriction set in Screen Time that blocks certain video links. You can check to see if Screen Time is turned on by going to Settings>Screen Time on your iPad. If a Screen Time passcode has been set, email the TECH HELP FORM and we will help you resolve the situation.
username: Student ID number ; password: Collab password
Once you are logged in you can access the apps from the waffle menu on the top right including Google Classroom, Docs, Sheets, Slides etc.
Gmail is where your student email will be located.
Zoom - on a computer
You are not required to create an account to attend Zoom meetings. Most often you will receive an email from the teacher/organizer with a link and password to attend the meeting and it will open in a browser on your computer.
If you need assistance with apps, login or iPad issues, please fill out the TECH HELP FORM and BHMS Technology staff will contact you to help you resolve the problem. We are here for you! Let us know how we can help.