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Login to Clever & Seesaw from a home computer

How to log in from home computer NOT a mobile device


Step 1:  Go to http://bit.ly/read834

 

This will bring you to the website for Clever, a platform for signing in to many apps. 

Step 2:  Log In

If you have a Clever Badge click on "Clever Badge log in”. 

If you do not have a Clever badge click on the “Log in with Google” button.

clever login badget

Step 3: Enter student's school email

In this new window, enter your student's school email (********###@stillwaterschools.org) and password (6 digit student ID#).  

NOTE: This info can be found on Skyward Family Access. (See instructions for assistance)

Step 4: Click on the Seesaw icon.

This should take you directly to your child’s Seesaw class.

seesaw class

Step 5: Go to Journal

Once logged in, you will be in the student's journal where they can create posts, complete activities, and see announcements from their teacher. Please note that journal posts are private and cannot be viewed by other students or their families.

seesaw journal view


Having problems logging into Clever?

Trying logging directly into Seesaw instead.

  • Step 1: Go to https://app.seesaw.me/#/login and click on “I’m a Student”
  • Step 2: Click “Sign in with Google”
  • Step 3: Click “Use another account” or choose the correct email account listed
  • Step 4: Enter the student’s school email and 6-digit student ID password.  Instructions to find your student’s Google school email and student other ID password can be found on the homepage of your school’s website. 

Current On the Dial Learning Model

Roll Out To In Person Learning

  • preK-2 and site-based programs: Return Jan. 27
  • Grades 3-5: Return Feb. 10
  • Grades 6-12: Distance Learning (return TBD)
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