How to log in a student account (1st and 2nd grade)?

How to log in a student account (1st and 2nd grade)?

1st and 2nd grade students will use a different access method than the one used by the teacher or students of other grade levels.

The first time students log in, They have to choose, individually, an avatar that will serve as a gateway to each of their own profiles.

The student must go to the login page, located in the upper portion of the home page.

The student selects the “Elementary grades 1 and 2” option.

The student is then directed to the following page, where he or she can enter the class code. Finally, the student selects his or her avatar and confirms that selection. 

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