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SLP: Enroll Student in Credit Recovery Pilot Courses

Introduction:

A school or district will use the Student Learning Portal to enroll students in the Credit Recovery Pilot courses. This process describes how to create the enrollment.

Note: This process does not apply to guardians who wish to enroll students.

Details:

  1. First, select the Students tab in the top menu bar to display active students.
    Note: If the student is not in the results list, follow the Add Student Account process before continuing.
  2. Then tap the linked name in the “Students” column to view the student account information.
    The Active Student page is displaying a table containing a list of active students within their affiliation. An arrow points to the linked name in the Student column.
  3. Next, scroll down the page to tap the Enroll in Section option in the left navigation menu.
  4. As a result, the Enrollment Information page will be displayed prompting for information.
  5. Start by choosing the Term “(19-20) School Year”, the “Essentials Algebra 1A – CR PILOT” course and then “[Essentials Algebra 1A – CR PILOT] section from drop-down fields.
  6. Next, if applicable, choose the desired course Start Date from the available dates in the drop-down.
  7. Afterward, view the Amount to pay area and then note that it reflects the pilot pricing only. 
  8. Next, tap the Payment Type drop-down field and select the appropriate payment method for this transaction.
    Please note that purchase orders require the PO number to be entered once “Po” is selected.
  9. Then ensure the Accept Enrollment Terms box is checked.
  10. Finally, select the Enroll button to enroll the student.
    The Enrollment Information form is displayed with the fields mentioned above. Arrows are pointing to the Enroll in Section option in the left menu, to the accept terms checkbox and finally to the Enroll button.

Additional Information:

Last updated on April 14, 2020

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