Schoology FAQ's

Schoology

Schoology FAQs 


Q: How do you pronounce “Schoology”?

The way to pronounce Schoology is Skoo-luh-jee.

 

Q: What is Schoology?

Schoology is a Learning Management System that is Corvian’s main internal communication system. The school administration and staff members share Corvian events and resources with families. Teachers share course content, grades, and due dates with their students. High school and middle school teachers may also use Schoology for online assessments and to collect homework or other assignments electronically.

 

Q: How do I access Schoology?

If you used Schoology at Corvian last year, your account is the same and it is still linked to your student(s). You can log in at www.schoology.com or corvian.schoology.com If your student is new to Schoology, you will receive a parent access code. To sign up for the first time, follow these instructions:

  1. Go to www.schoology.com

  2. Click Sign Up at the top of the page and choose Parent

  3. Enter your Parent Access Code

  4. Fill out the form with your information

  5. Click Register to complete

Q: I have multiple children at Corvian? Can I view all of them through my Schoology account?

Yes. If you have a parent account for one child, you can add additional children to your account. Follow these directions:

  1. Log in to Schoology

  2. Click the arrow next to your name in the top-right corner

  3. Chick the Add Child button

  4. Enter the Child Code for the student you are adding. 

  5. Click the Use Code button to complete

Q: Where do I get my Parent Access Code and/or my Student's Access information?

New elementary and middle school parents will receive their parent access code during Covenant Conferences in August. New high school parents will receive their parent access code during schedule pick-up. Students will use their Corvian Gmail address and password to log in to Schoology.


Q: I forgot my password. How do I reset it?

Go to www.schoology.com and click the login button. Select the “Forgot your password” link. Complete the form and a password reset link will be sent to the email account associated with your Schoology account. Please be sure not to create a new account as this will create duplicate accounts in the system.


Q: Can I use Schoology on a mobile device or tablet?

Yes! Apps are available for iOS and Android devices. 


Q: As a parent, what can I see in Schoology?

Schoology provides a platform for communication between the school and families. At the middle and high school level, parents are able to review the course content and monitor their student’s progress by viewing calendar updates, assignments, resources, discussions, completed assessments, and grades posted by their student’s teachers. At the elementary school level, parents are able to access weekly newsletters, homework assignments, and class and school updates.

 

Q: I am the parent of a middle/high school level student. What should I do if I have a question about the grades or resources on one of my student’s course pages? 

We ask that you encourage your student to email or speak directly to their teacher to get answers to questions about course policies, course content, or grades. If you and your student still have questions after your student has spoken with the teacher, please send the teacher an email.

 

Q: Is it possible to message teachers through Schoology?

No. The best way to contact a teacher is via email. Teacher email addresses can be found in the staff directory.

 

Q: How does the Calendar work?

You are able to view calendar updates made by the school and by each of your student's teachers on the calendar. At the middle and high school levels, teachers often post dates for tests and quizzes and due dates for homework, assignments, and projects. While teachers make every effort to keep these postings up-to-date, students must make note of any changes announced in class.


Q: How do I set up notifications in Schoology?

Follow these directions to modify your notifications in Schoology.

 

Q: I am confused about my student's grades. How are they being calculated?

Each teacher includes information about their grading methods in their course syllabi. Teachers use various methods including points, weighted points, and weighted percentages. If your student has a question about how the grades in a particular course are weighted or calculated, he or she should speak with the teacher to get clarification. Information about final grade calculations can be found in the Middle School Curriculum Guide and the  High School Curriculum Guide.


Q: Why should I join a "Class of..." group on Schoology?

The administration, teachers, and staff post information and reminders about school events on these groups. You can set up your notifications to have an email update sent to you when a post is made.

 

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