Getting Started with ClassLink for Staff

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ClassLink allows the opportunity for students and staff to sign into one dashboard, ClassLink LaunchPad, and access curriculum and other resources with a single click of a button. ClassLink is available as an iPadOS app and as a Web browser extension.

How to Add Apps from the App Library

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Click or tap here to access the “Getting Started with ClassLink for Students” article.

How do I access ClassLink?

Use the ClassLink LaunchPad iPadOS App

  • Download and install the ClassLink LaunchPad app using the iPadOS Self Service app
  • Search for vrain
  • Find and select St. Vrain Valley Schools
  • Sign in with your district username and password
  • Note: This is recommended for students using district iPads

Use a Web browser

  • Go to https://classlink.svvsd.org
  • Sign in with your district username and password
  • Note: If prompted, install the ClassLink browser plugin on Google Chrome

I have added an app in the library, however, I am not able to login from ClassLink into the app. How do I login?

Some of the apps that are available in the ClassLink library may only be available for rostered classes or a specific group of users. If you believe there is an app that you should have access to, please submit a District Technology Services Help Desk ticket including your name, role, and what application you are trying to access. Any screenshots of the error are helpful, too.

There is a resource I would like my students to have that is not in their library. How do the students add classroom specific apps?

Resources and apps in the library have been approved by the district. If the resource is used at the classroom level, consider sharing the resource via Seesaw (PK-3) or Schoology (4-12) while following best student data privacy and instructional practices. If the app is for multiple schools, you may request a resource or app to be available in the library, please submit a request through the Request a Resource link on Codex. Decisions are made on a monthly basis.

What is the difference between the ClassLink Schoology Web Version and the Schoology iPadOS app? 

The Schoology Web Version in ClassLink will open the Schoology website on a browser. This is recommended when using a desktop, laptop, or Chromebook. 

Using the Schoology iPadOS app directly (not using the ClassLink’s Schoology Web Version) is recommended on iPads to ensure that Schoology works well with other connected applications.

What apps need to be installed on the iPad in addition to ClassLink?

iReady, Seesaw, Lexia Core5 and Lexia PowerUp must be installed from the iOS Self Service to access from ClassLink.

Webex and Schoology must be downloaded from Self Service and must be logged into directly outside of ClassLink.

How do I access district curriculum products through ClassLink?

Please visit the following knowledge base articles for your school level.

Elementary School
Middle School
High School

How do I use QuickCards? (For PK-2 teachers only)

Visit this knowledge base article for more information on how to use QuickCards. Please remember QuickCards are available to PK-2 teachers who have an AM Attendance class.

How to Add Apps from the App Library

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How to Add Your Own App

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Note: This is not available for students. Do not select “Request Single Sign On for this App.”

How to Change Your ClassLink Wallpaper

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Note: Currently, students cannot upload their own wallpaper.

How to Add to Favorites

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How to Create a Folder

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How to Change Your Avatar

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Note: Currently, students cannot upload their own avatar.