School staff can add and update email addresses for parents and guardians in CLI Engage to share home activities via email.
Log in to CLI Engage. Locate the teal banner Administrative tools. Click on Class & Student Management.
On the left of the screen, look for the tab marked “Parent Management.”
On the next screen, click the button to “Add Parents” (circled in yellow in the screen shot below).
On the next screenshot you should see your class of students. If you have more than one class of children, you can view children in your class(es) by switching the class and then clicking”search.”
To add or update the email address for the parents and guardians of the children in your class(es), just enter the information in the fields. Please note that parent first name, paren last name, and parent email address are required.
You can easily add information for multiple parents and guardians for each child in your class(es). First, click the “green plus” button at the end of a child’s row. A new row will appear attached to the child’s name. Enter the information for additional parents/guardians as needed.
If you added an additional line in error, click the ” blue minus button” to remove the row.
After you have entered the names and email addresses for the parents in your class(es), scroll to the bottom of the screen. You should see two options (Note: these buttons will not appear until you enter information in the fields.) Choosing either option will allow teachers to send skill development activities via email to parents and guardians. See Below:
To save the parent/guardian information in CLI Engage, click the button to “Submit.”
To save the parent/guardian information on CLI Engage and send parents an email to create accounts in the system, click the button “Submit & Invite.”
After these parent/guardian email addresses are saved in CLI Engage, teachers can send home activities to parents and guardians via email through the small grouping tool in the CIRCLE Progress Monitoring System and Texas Kindergarten Entry Assessment.
This document was last modified on: January 8, 2019