Online Learning Student Attendace

Posted by Oscar Moreno on 4/9/2020

Attendance During Online Education at Traditional Schools

  • Students engaged in learning

    Online learning began March 30, 2020 as a result of school closures to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. The Student Services Department has adapted the content of this page to help guide students and parents through ensuring they are counted each school day.

    How are students counted as “engaged” for a school day?

    Each school day requires a fresh login at sso.browardschools.com where users will be routed to the Clever Portal.

    If students are logged in from a previous day, it is important to click on the name at the top right of the screen to log out, then login in again to register a fresh count for the day.

    Log out Clever

    Is my child marked absent if a “fresh” login was not recorded through the Clever Portal?

    No. A new attendance code has been created to identify students that did not have a new login for a school day.

    Students will be identified as missing a verified login. This code does NOT represent an absence. The new attendance code allows schools to identify students that are consistently identified without a login. Our goal is to connect 100% of our students to online learning.

    Do parents need to report an excuse if there was a call about their child not logging in the previous day?

    Parents do not have to report a singular missed login for the school to change the code. The “no login” code is not counted as an absence and will not count against a student.

    The reminder call for student logins is to help ensure that all students are accessing the online learning environment and that they are counted by the Clever Portal each school day. Other apps within Clever (like Canvas or D2L) do not have the same ability to report student logins.

    Parents of students that are not able to connect to the learning environment should call the school to find out what assistance can be offered to ensure their child has an opportunity to learn.