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How to Read Your Middle/High School Schedule

Hello families, this video will help you read your schedule for the first day of school for the secondary level. we are going to access their schedule through student view on the rapid identity dashboard.

So the first thing you’re going to do is log onto the rapid identity dashboard. It is going to look alot like this.  Your name is going to be up here and there are going to be a lot of different aps on it- it will probably look different than this one. 

You are going to look for the Student vue icon and once you click it it will take you to a landing page. 

Your student picture will be here and your names and information will be in these greyed out locations. 

You are going to click on class schedule and that will take you to your schedule which is what you want to see.

The first day of school is September 8th and I need to find my first period teacher. Look under the period column and you will find the period number one.

Once you locate period one, look at the column to the right where it will tell you the rotation day the class meets on. You can see that the first period class has both an E and an O which means it meets on even and odd days.   

The next column over has the name of the course.  In this schedule it is the Flex Block Course. When we begin school in person this will be your room number. 

And the teachers name is Mrs. Powers.  

All day for your schedule, you will find what period it is.  You can find your class and your teacher name. 

Let’s look at our second period.  Since it is September 8th (the first day of school, I want to go to my 2nd period even day class.  I am not actually going to go to my second period odd day since it is my even day.  My second period even day teacher is Mr. Roberts for health and pe.  If we were in person we would be meeting in the gym.

I hope this has helped you find and read your schedule.

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Updated on July 22, 2021
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