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  2. Claim My Account | NCEdCloud IAM Service - MCNC

    ncedcloud.mcnc.org/getting-started

    Before claiming your account you can watch the Employee Claim My Account Video which walks you through the process. The (optional) grade 6-12 student account claiming process is described in the Student Claim My Account Video . Note: W hen entering your birthdate, the format is YYYYMMDD with no dashes or slashes.

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  4. These files are generated with data from the authoritative NCDPI source systems, and for employees this is the Staff UID system (PowerSchool is authoritative for Student accounts). If an employee account is disabled in NCEdCloud, but Staff UID still has them listed as an “active” employee, then the data sent to the NCEdCloud will re-enable ...

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  6. NCEdCloud

    idp.ncedcloud.org

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  7. NCEdCloud

    idp.ncedcloud.org/idp/AuthnEngine

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  8. PowerSchool - Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools

    www.cms.k12.nc.us/families/Pages/PowerSchool.aspx

    Note: You will not be able to view your student's data unless you link your student to your account with the school-provided student Access ID and Password. Student Access Application within NCEdCloud that provides information on student progress such as grades, attendance, and course registration information.

  9. SGMS

    sgms.hcs.k12.nc.us

    Sandy Grove Middle School | Phone: (910) 875-3559 | Fax: (910) 875-3632 | 300 Chason Rd. Lumber Bridge, NC 28357

  10. mCLASS® Flex - Amplify

    mclass.amplify.com/student-assessment

    Close all apps using the camera; Scan again: Hold your QR code up to the scanner ; Contact us (800) 823-1969 or help@amplify.com.

  11. Both research and experience have shown that student conduct, identification with the school purposes and activities, personal pride and self-respect, and even the level of learning responses of students are all related to personal appearance and mode of dress.