Logging Your Student into Clever from a PSD Laptop


1. Welcome to the PSD Technology Guide on Logging your Student into Clever from a PSD Laptop. If you want to learn how to log in as a Parent, please check out this guide on the PSD Technical Support site.

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2. There are a few ways to get to Clever. The easiest way is to use a PSD laptop loaned to your Student for Remote Education, then open the Google Chrome browser. We will cover using a personal device in a different guide. 

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3. Let's begin the steps if your Student has a PSD laptop with Google Chrome. In the Upper-right corner of the browser, you will see the Clever Logo. Click this to continue. 

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4. If this is your Student's first time accessing Clever, you may see a screen like this. 

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5. Begin by entering the name of your Student's school. In this example, I used "Wellington", for Wellington Middle School. 

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6. You will see a list pop up underneath where you typed. Click on the best match for your Student's school that includes "Poudre School District" below the School name. 

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7. You will now be on the PSD login page. 

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8. Click on the "Log in with District Credentials" button to continue. 

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9. TIP: If you need help with your Student's password, make sure to look at the hints above. 

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10. TIP: If you have multiple Students, you may need to select the correct log in for that Student. 

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11. Type in your Student's PSD email address in the username field. 

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12. Click the "Next" button to continue. 

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13. Enter the Password for your Student's account.

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14. Click the "Sign in" button. 

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15. You have successfully logged into your Student's Clever Account from a PSD Device. For other guides on Clever and more, be sure to check out the PSD Technology Support site. 

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Here's an interactive tutorial


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