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Google Classroom Support

Learn how to best use your school's technology with your Mary Glasgow supscriptions.


You and your students can sign in using their school’s own Google Classroom accounts.


Step 1. Register your account.

Go to and click “Google Classroom” to register with your school’s Google account. Enter or select the Google account you use with your school.

Step 2. Accept security permissions.

Check the boxes to allow Scholastic Digital Manager to view your Google Classroom rosters and classes. These are only required to allow students to log in using their school’s Google accounts.

Step 3. Enter your access code.

Your Mary Glasgow subscription comes with an access code to activate your account online. (This code can be found on the cover of your Teacher’s Guide throughout the school year.) Click here to enter your access code.

Step 4. Import your classes.

Select “Import New Class” to seamlessly import your class roster from Google Classroom. Follow instructions to select specific classes and grades, and click "Import Class."

Step 5: Enjoy!

Your students now have access to your Mary Glasgow title! You and your students can use your school’s own Google credentials to access your product's website in the future—simply click “Google Classroom” to log in.

Still need help? Click here for support.

Roster Changes

Has your class changed since you integrated with Google Classroom? No problem!


It's easy to import another class, resync a class if a student joins your Google Classroom list, or manage student access to specific products:


1. After you've updated your class list in Google Classroom, log into your product website.

2. Select "My Dashboard."

3. Click "Classes" at the top of the screen.

4. Click "Import New Class" to add a new class, or "Sync Class" to update an existing roster.

Have a Co-Teacher?

Each co-teacher can separately follow the steps above to:

1. Register on the Scholastic website, using their own Google Classroom account

2. Import your shared class(es) from Google Classroom

Still need help? Click here for support.