Campus Student Daily Attendance
Track student daily attendance for everything outside the class
Know who is on and off campus, see which flex period students attend, and account for all students, at any time. Check students in and out of events by scanning their ID and get access to real time student daily attendance data.
Manage Student Check Ins Like a Boss.
Old school student check ins are a time consuming burden, yet are mandatory for the safety of your students. Time to remove the barriers of manual attendance, eliminate extra front office work and put your mind at ease knowing that all your students are accounted for.
Check in, check out,
and back again
Our school check in system will change the way you keep track of your students forever.
Right now teachers are slowly taking attendance by hand and relying on old school systems that feel outdated and aren’t always accurate. It’s time to upgrade to a digital school wide check in system.
See your student’s daily attendance with our admin dashboard
Safety is a growing concern in the education industry. With that in mind, we created a simple and intuitive reporting dashboard where you can see every accounted for student. And of course, you can customize the settings for your unique requirements.
FAQs on School Check in
No. But when managed correctly it’s easy to see where students were assigned to go once they left the classroom.
Never. Minga Check in only reports when a student checks out of class, and back in. We do not physically track students whereabouts, ever.
Currently Minga does not do visitor check in or verification but this is Coming Soon to Minga.
The answer is yes, technically. The Check in module can tell you which students are accounted for at what time. So by creating a recurring daily schedule, students are able to check into their period blocks upon arrival. Although Minga is not a substitute for your specific classroom attendance. We are able to report on periods such as first, second, lunch and so on, but not specificities like whether or not a particular student should be in Senior Math during 3rd period, only that they attended 3rd period.