Detailed how-to's for specific admin questions
A Student Dashboard offers a "snapshot" of a student's points over a specific time period.
Choose whether negative points students earn count negatively toward their House.
Print every students' Paycheck for a specific week
Add LiveSchool, and the tools we use to improve LiveSchool, to your "trusted sites."
Refund a students' points if they decide they don't want a reward or a reward was purchased by mistake.
Download an overview of how you're giving points to your students.
How to use our Insights reports to see the total number of points you've given to each student
Change which teacher's name prints on your students' Paychecks
Using Students Scoreboard to view data for all students in a specific roster or grade
Use a Teachers Scoreboard to see the total positive and negative points teachers are giving over specific time frames.
Download details for every point your school has recorded by month
Add a roster to your (or other teachers') "Rosters" list for quicker access from the Roster Picker
You can search for any student in the school, in Points or Rewards
Download a CSV with students' "bank accounts," access codes, and more.
Using the Rewards Scoreboard to view your most popular rewards, and download a list of who's purchased a specific reward.
Learn about the "Subtract Points for Negative Behavior" option and how it effects your data.
Save LiveSchool's web app as an icon on your home screen for quick access.
Tips for customizing your Paychecks system to help with parental involvement, student buy-in, and more.
The behavior rubric just might be the most important part of your points system. Learn how to create your rubric and customize it to your school.
Built-in spreadsheets to organize your data and answer countless questions.
An overview of behavior, to quickly understand trends and top students or behaviors.
Understand in real-time what's happening throughout the building.
Print Paychecks that have run in the past for an individual, group, or class.
How you can print your paychecks in mass and distribute them by homeroom or class.
Determine the day and time that paychecks run, so they're ready to print on the day you want to distribute.
See what house each student is in and make sure every student is in a House by downloading a House list.
Restore House Points to the original settings with no rosters, for a brand new competition
Set the start date for your first House Points competition, or launch a new competition mid-year.
Picking a color for a House is important stuff – LiveSchool provides several color options to choose from.
You can change a House's name separately from the roster that the House is linked to.
Add a new student midway through the year, or update your House lists for a new competition.
Add each student to a House roster, then link the roster to House Points.
Learn how to make every grade its own House.
Have LiveSchool randomly sort your entire school into Houses.
Award points to an entire house, just like you give points to students.
Changing or resetting your password, and logging out of LiveSchool
How to upload students and staff via a CSV file
Clear your data from LiveSchool
How to send the staff at your school an email to create a LiveSchool account.
Update your school's address or time zone using these steps!
Give a teacher admin permissions, or update a teacher's title, name, or email.
Edit a student's name, grade, or gender.
How to delete an admin or teacher user from LiveSchool.
Use Student Setup to delete students
How to add new students to LiveSchool
Adding a new user to LiveSchool
Running your first store? Start here for tips and best practices on a rewards system!
Resetting students' bank accounts, daily bonus points, and allowing teachers to create rewards.
Learn about editing and deleting rewards.
Add custom items to your Rewards store!
View or edit a student's or parent's email or password, and see students' and parents' last login.
Change rosters as you change classes, and hide the rosters you use less often.
Group your students into the rosters you see everyday, and share your rosters with other teachers.
Learn to record your first point, and get ideas for incorporating points into your class routine!