Import Day Letter Schedule to Your Google Calendar

Want to see the letter day in your Google Calendar? You can now add the with a few clicks of your mouse.

First, from the calendar page on Veracross, click the red subscribe link.

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Then click the School Calendars tab.

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Before clicking the subscribe link next to All School events, make sure the Subscribe using Google Calendar checkbox is checked.

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After checking that box, you can click the subscribe link for All School Events to be taken to your Google Calendar to confirm you want to import this calendar from Veracross.

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After clicking yes, it can take a few seconds for the days to appear in Google Calendar. If the days do not show after about 1 minute, refresh the page and the calendar should show up.

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Tomorrow, expect a post on how to import your class schedule into your personal calendar to show your busy/free schedule for anyone trying to schedule a meeting with you via Google Calendar.

How to Import Your Class Schedule Into Your Google Calendar

It’s the beginning of the year and you would like to import your class schedule into your Google calendar. You subscribed from the Veracross calendar subscription page and subscribed to your class calendar. Then you realized that the imported schedule wasn’t really in your calendar. You wouldn’t get notifications for when you next class was about to start or you couldn’t see if you were busy or free because that calendar isn’t actually in your calendar. This post will show the steps needed to import your schedule into your personal Google calendar. These steps will not work on an iPad.

Step 1

Go to the calendar in your Veracross portal and choose the subscribe tab. Continue reading

Printing class photo sheets

You can easily print a photo sheet of students in your class in a few easy steps!

On your Veracross home page, navigate to the School Reports section on the bottom right hand side of the page. Towards the bottom of the reports, you’ll see a link named “Class Photo Sheets by Class”.

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Clicking that link will bring up a page with a list of your class photo sheets. You can click on each class individually, or download all classes if you’d like to print them. You will want to DOWNLOAD the sheets as a PDF if you wish to print them; this will ensure all images of students are visible on one page.

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