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Log-In Instructions for Students

How do students log into Clever? (Video Instructions)

Clever logo

  1. Go to
  2. Click on "Log in with Network Credentials."
    screenshot of Log In page
  3. Sign in using your  10-digit Student ID number (or "matric") plus

Clever - Guía estudiantil para iniciar sesiones en casa

How do students log in to Office 365? (Video Instructions)

Student Logon/Password Change (August 2020)

Every TUSD student has an Office 365 account that has been set up for them. They can access their account by going to, clicking Sign in (top right), and then doing the following:
  1. Enter < > (without the < >) in the spot where it says "Email, Phone, Skype."
    Students' matric number is their student ID number.
    screenshot of login
  2. Upon entering this information, you will be taken to the TUSD sign in page. Your student's username will be the same they used at the log-in screen, and their password is the same password they log in with at school.
    Students have to make sure they include the "s." after @ in the username:

How do students log in to StudentVUE (Synergy)?

Go to

and log in using your 10-digit Student ID number and your District password.

IMPORTANT: Your StudentVUE User Name is your 10-digit Student ID number, not your district email address.

You can also access StudentVUE via the StudentVUE App for iOS and Android.

Zoom: Log-In, Log-Out, and Meetings (Video Instructions)

Log into Zoom on a Chromebook

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Zoom Meetings

Logging Out of Zoom

Zoom Information for Teachers and Parents

Student Log-In and Password Information - 2020-2021 School Year

Start of School Password Change Not Required

Please note: the change password steps below may not work for all students. Fortunately, if students are having difficulty changing their password, they don't have to change it right now. If they have a password that is working, they can continue to use that for the time being. We will not require a password change until later in the month and will keep everyone apprised before that happens.

If students would rather change their password right away, they can use this direct link:  If they are going to use this link, they should be aware that it may take up to 5 minutes for the new password to work for Clever and Microsoft Office.

Student Passwords: The First Time You Log On

A student's password for the start of the 2020-21 School Year has been reset to their Student ID number (Matric) After logging on the first time, students should reset this password.

Exception: If a student has logged into their account during the month of July, their password has not been reset.

Student Login & Password Reset Instructions

  1. The first time you log in to a TUSD device:
    • User Name: Full school email address. This is in the form of the 10-digit Student ID followed by, for example:
    • Default Password: 10-digit Student ID (Matric) number
  2. On the TUSD device or on a personal device, open a web browser (Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge will both work).
  3. Go to
  4. Sign in: Type your full school email address including (Your Student ID number followed by portion, for example: and click "Next".
  5. Password: Type your 10-digit Student ID (Matric) and click "Sign in."
  6. Once the Office Portal loads, click your avatar icon in the top right corner.
  7. Click "My Account".
  8. The My Account page will load. Click "Password" from the left menu column of this screen.
  9. The password reset page will load.
  10. Type your old password. This is your Student ID/Matric number at the beginning of the school year.
  11. Then create and confirm new password.

    Password Suggestions

    Password Length:

    • Grades preK-5: Minimum 4 characters
    • Grades 6-12: Minimum 8 characters

    Password Complexity Recommendations (Grades 6-12): Make sure to use a CAPITAL letter, number (1,2,3,4,5) and a special character (!,@,$,%,&,?) to create a secure password.

    Please REMEMBER you password. Write it down if you must and keep it in a safe place you can reference later.

  12. Finally, click "Submit".
  13. Once you have done this, you can log into Clever.

Need more help? Take a look at Password Reset Instructions for Students (in PDF).

How to set up laptops, tablets, and hotspots

2020-2021 School Year

Spring 2020

How do I find my child's matric or Student ID?

Your child's Student ID is sometimes called their "matric" number.

If you have a ParentVUE account, you can find your their Student ID (or matric number) in ParentVUE.

Log into ParentVUE at

Students can also find their matric/Student ID in StudentVUE,

How do I get help with technical support and other questions?

If you have technical questions and/or need support, please call your school. They'll coordinate with Technology Services to get you the help you need.

If you call after hours, please leave a detailed message including:

  1. a callback number
  2. your student's name and grade
  3. the specific issue or question

Thank you!

Internet Access for 2020-2021 School Year

This school year Tucson Unified is providing hotspots from T-Mobile directly to families in need of Internet service. There is no application and the district is paying the monthly fee for using the hotspot for the 2020-2021 school year if needed.

For more information, see the Family Internet Service FAQ.

Student Hotspot Loan Authorization

Loaner Laptop/Tablet/Hotspot Important Paperwork

2020-2021 School Year

Spring 2020

Family Guide to Remote Learning

Overview: This guide offers practical strategies to support your child during online instruction.

Print Version of Family Guide to Remote Learning (in PDF)

Build Routines and Expectations

Maintain regular sleep routines and wake times.

Create a visual learning schedule with your child(ren.

Include built-in breaks for snacks, outdoor movement/ exercise, rest, and play.

Post the schedule in an easy-to-see place to help guide your child.

Use a timer or other tool such as a smartphone, so your child knows when to switch activities.

Learn More

Sample Schedule

5x3 Indoor Exercise Cards

Strategies for supporting at home learning by grade level

Make Space for Learning

Establish a quiet dedicated learning space with your child that has a strong internet signal, if possible.

Have all learning materials and supplies at the table.

Use a shared space (e.g., living room or kitchen) to be able to monitor and interact with your child if needed.

Block age-inappropriate and distracting websites.

Learn More

Create a Learning-Friendly Environment

Why Learning Spaces Matter

Tips to Create a Space

Stay in Touch with Teachers

Teachers will communicate regularly through the online platforms and virtual learning environments.

Encourage your student to remain in contact with their teacher.

Ask questions about your child's learning expectations, grades, and technical supports.

Share concerns and learning successes with teachers as well.

Learn More

Why Building Parent-Teacher Relationships is Important

Tips to Communicate with Teachers

Help your Child "Own" Their Learning

Help your child set goals for learning and growing every day.

Encourage your child to review the calendars and virtual learning platforms for updates and assignment due dates.

Make sure your child knows how to find the help they need to be successful.

Provide support, encouragement, and expect your child to do their part.

Learn More

Strategies to Motivate Your Child to Learn

Helping Students Take Ownership of their Learning

Be Mindful of your Child's Needs

Take brain breaks for physical activity, fresh air, creativity, and connection.

Encourage your child to reach out to friends by phone or online so that they stay connected.

Focus on ensuring that your child is growing, learning, and feels connected to their school community.

Be patient and flexible with yourself and your child.

Learn More

SEL 101 for Parents (video)

Social Emotional Learning Activities

Family Emotional Safety Plan

More Tips for Remote Learning

As your family begins your remote learning experience this year, please remember these tips:

  1. Establish a clear routine for each child.
  2. Have a designated space in your home for distance learning.
  3. Make sure your child logs in to their virtual classes daily.
    Log in to your web apps here: Clever | StudentVUE | Office 365
  4. Check that all computer devices are charged in in working order before classes begin.
  5. Use breaks for opportunities to go outside, stretch, play, and engage in physical activity.
  6. Communicate often with your child's teacher.


See for login instructions and more information about setting up and using your computers.

If you have more questions, please get in touch with your child's teacher.

If you need technical assistance, please call your school. They will coordinate with Technology Services to get you the help you need.

We look forward to working with you for a successful school year!

Grab and Go Meals!

TUSD Grab And Go Meals for Students
Schedules and Routes

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Supplemental Web Resources for Learning from Home

Learning resources brought to you by Tucson Unified's Curriculum and Instruction

We've provided a rich selection of free, fun online learning sources in English language arts (ELA), math, science, and visual arts to supplement your learning. These are organized by grade level. Click the grade level for your child to get started!

Learn from Home - PreK

Learn from Home - Grades K-2

Learn from Home - Grades 3-5

Learn from Home - Grades 6-8

Learn from Home - Grades 9-12

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