Description: The article will show us a tutorial which can help students to get into the clever portal, thus they can access the district apps that some of the teachers are asking them to utilize from home.
We decided to put together a tutorial to help you and your student get into the clever portal, thus they can access the district apps that some of the teachers are asking them to utilize from home. We are currently on our home screen, it’s a little busy, we understand life of the teacher.
However, we’re going to go through Mozilla Firefox today, that sounds a little unusual, not a lot of people use that. But we want to show you that no matter what browser you choose to use, you can access this the same way, so we’re going to click on this Mozilla Firefox.
Open it up, and the main thing you need to do is to get to the address bar. And in the address bar, you’re going to type to get into the Menifee school district home page, so we’re doing WWE Menifee USD org and that should bring you right to the district home page.
And once you’re here, you can scroll down and on the left hand side, you see this red bar down about midway. We get two more four, and there are things here for you as well as your students. So we will go and click on more for students, and once you click there, it automatically pops up to this frequently used sites section, and this is where we need you to be.
I know in upper grades, a lot of teachers are requiring dream box at home. And when you click here on this second button, it’s getting a little confused, so we prefer you to only go through the clever portal, which is the first link.
Now you need to do some quick checks, we want you to log in with Google. If you click log in with Google, and your child is not already logged in or someone in the family is not already logged in with Google, it will bring you to a login screen. However, if someone else is already logged in with Google, you need to log them out of that account.
You can’t have someone else logged in, because we need your child to log in with their Menifee School District credentials, using this log in with Google button here. So we’re going to go ahead and do that log in, and we’re going to use another account and this is where you may log in. Now your student should have their username and password that has been given to them by their teachers. If not, please go ahead and contact the teachers.
We will do a generic one for Jane Doe today, so how to login is first name dot last initial dot, and then they have a four digit code. We’re going to use one two three four and this is one thing you need to be sure to do , you need to do at Menifee USD dot org and we’re going to pause here. What you would do is click Next, and when you click Next, it’s going to bring you the password.
Sign now, this is a generic student, so it’s not going to work, so give us a second, so we went ahead and skipped that password section, because we ended up going in to login as a real student. But once you hit the username at the Menifee USD org, you’re going to click Next, and it will bring you to the password option. The password is where your child is going to enter their 6-figure password, it should be two letters followed by four numbers.
So once they enter in that password, click Next and the clever portal will automatically pop up. In the clever portal, that’s where we’re going to be housing the district apps that we want your child to have access to from home.
Some of the upper grade teachers might be requiring dream box for homework, some of the lower grade teachers might be encouraging you to use. I ready to support their reading learning and all the grade levels could benefit from that. But dream box is the one that some people have expressed struggle getting into, so once you get into the clever portal, it shouldn’t be a problem because your child’s already logged in.
Their name will be up here in the right-hand corner, they should be able to click on any of these apps. So when you click on dream box, this is what you’d see. And it gives them access to whatever lessons they might be working on, so that’s how you’re going to go ahead and get into dream box and in fifth grade, we’re requiring our students to do an hour of dream box for the week with a minimum of four lessons completed.