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I did some investigating just to see what fields I might need to have populated in PowerSchool for this report to extract correctly and I found this website which was helpful to at least see what data the CRDC was wanting.  Here is the web site and the instructions for the 2011-2012 school year are at the bottom.   http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/data.html
Happy Reporting ;-)  Does anyone know if we will upload this to the portal or is this something we print out and send somewhere?
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If you download the updated State Reporting Setup Guide from PowerSource, you get instructions on how to set things up in PS. However, it prints out a pdf and you need a .csv file to upload to the CRDC site. I used the pdf as a worksheet to enter data on the site, which isn't rocket science, just horribly tedious.

I was cooking right along through this until I got to the high school information for Part 2. They want to know the number of students who passed Algebra I. There's a place on the District page to put in store codes, but nothing I'm putting in seems to be extracting any data to the report. Is anyone else running into this? What are you using?

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Just and FYI for everyone.  I was worried about getting this report done so I asked the state and this is the information they emailed me. 


The Excessive Absenteeism Monthly Collection for August/September will open on October 1st and will be due October 10th.  The October collection will open November 1st and close on November 10th.  Each month will follow as such until the May/June Collection which will open June 1st and close June 10th or, if your district operates school into the month of June, 10 days after the last day of classes for your district.


 
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We are considering opening up our elementary to the parent portal. I'm curious how many schools have the portal open at that level and the reasoning behind that decision. Also, do you have "standards" available?

Thanks in advance for your input.
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We have the portal open for all grades.  The main reason is we use Power Lunch and this way parents can see the lunch transactions and balances.

We use Parent Portal for any parents that would like an account.  It is mainly our parents who have secondary students and want to keep up with the younger kids. 
And yes, we do have our standards available as these are on the elementary report cards.

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PowerSchool Workshop
Monday, Sept. 24, 2012 - ESU 9 Hastings
OR
Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012 - ESU 10 Kearney
9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Presenter: Wayne Wiens

Agenda PowerSchool Basics:
  • How to search - basic and advanced
  • Reports & labels
  • Simple customizations
  • PowerTeacher Administrator
  • Preparation for end of term
This workshop is intended for beginning and intermediate PS users.

To register for Sept. 24 at ESU 9: https://connect.esu9.org/workshops/
To register for Sept. 26 at ESU 10: https://odie.esu10.org/workshops/


Wayne Wiens
Integration Specialist - PowerSchool
ESU #10
308.698.1996
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