Canvas Learning Management System
All Libby teachers use Canvas as their Learning Management System. Students will start all classes with Canvas to check announcements, calendar, mail and current unit module. Students using Summit Learning will also start with Canvas and access Summit Learning through their Canvas course.
Canvas Support Videos
Canvas Parent Account?
To support and monitor student progress, you can create a Parent Canvas account. This allows you to view everything your student sees on the Canvas platform. You will have access to your student's courses, assignments, grades, scoring rubrics, teacher feedback and student calendar.
To create a parent Canvas account, please go to rsd.instructure.com/login/Canvas. Make sure this is the Richland School District Canvas login portal. (See image below.) Click on Parent of a Canvas User, found in the upper right corner of the Login box. You will need to create your own account using your email address and a password of your choice. Please note, district personnel do not have access to your password information.
Directions on Creating a Parent Account
How does my student create a Pair with Observer Code?
How do I add another student to my Canvas parent account?
How do I set my Canvas notification preferences as an observer?
Using Canvas on a Smartphone
The Canvas app provides you with only a snapshot of how your student is doing in Canvas. You can view grades, student calendar and receive alerts. You will not be able to view student work from the Canvas app.
To download the Parent Canvas app, use either Google Play or iTunes.
After installing the Parent app, click the blue Find My School button. Type Richland School District into the search bar and click on "Richland School District Parent". In the sign up screen, you will need to add your name, email address, password and a student Pairing Code. Please use the links below with step-by-step directions for creating a Pairing Code and adding more students to your account. Please note, the Canvas app only provides notifications and a quick snapshot of how your student is doing. To see more, you will need to access Canvas from a computer or laptop.