icurio users who have individual usernames and passwords need to login each time they access icurio. The login boxes are located on the icurio front page.
The login process is simple. Just enter your username and password in the appropriate boxes, then click .
If your organization (usually your school) has a subscription to icurio but you do not yet have a username and password, you will need to self-register by clicking the “Register Now” button through the icurio application.
When accessing icurio through IP access, you do not use a username and password. While using IP access is a simpler access method for many users, there are some features of icurio that are not available when using this access method.
If you use your school network login to access icurio, please click here for further information.
You can also login and access icurio through your school network (A), or with a Google login (B).
Accessing icurio through your school network (A)
If you use your school network login (A) to access icurio, please click here for further information.
Accessing icurio using Google Single Sign On (B)
If your school or district subscribes to icurio, your technology administrator can contact us to set up logins using the Google account information for your school/district. This is a great way to access icurio without having to remember another username and password. Once Google Single Sign One has been configured, you can use your Google login to access icurio by following the prompts on the screen.
Note: This will use your school/district email account, not another Gmail account you may have.
The first time you log in with your Google login, you will choose the Google account that is associated with your school or district. Then you will need to Allow icurio some permissions. You can change your permissions at any time. However, if you do not allow these permissions, you will need to access icurio another way, such as with an individual username and login, or with your school’s network account (see A above).
Google’s Request for Permissions screen:
Once you Allow the requested permissions, you will then be prompted to select your school and identify yourself as a Student or a Teacher.
Note: Teachers, you will need to get your Teacher Code from your icurio Administrator.
If your school or district has NOT yet connected your Google account to icurio, you will receive an error message with that explanation. You will still be able to access icurio through either your icurio username and password, or with your credentials on your school’s network.
First Login of a New School Year
Between one school year and the next, you may have changed schools (organizations) within your district.
- As a student, did you:
- Move from one grade level to the next and change schools, or
- Move to a different area of your school district so that you are attending a different school, or
- Get assigned to a different school from the one you attended last year?
- As a teacher or admin, did you:
- Change assignments so that you are working in a different school than you worked in last year?
The first time you login to icurio after July 15, you will have an opportunity to change your Profile to reflect your new assignment. Just follow the prompts when you login.
Note: If you have not changed schools, just click the at the top of the My Profile box to close it.
Welcome to New School Year screen:
My Profile dialog box:
When you get to the My Profile dialogue box, you can choose your new school from the list of schools in your district or organization. When you are finished, just click .
Note: If you change academic levels, for instance from middle school to high school, you will probably want to Edit Your Preferences to update your academic level as well.