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There are several phases in setting up PowerScheduler. The following workshops will cover the different phases.


PowerScheduler: Student Request Screens - Tuesday, February 11th   
This workshop will cover how to setup the student request screens. Everyone should be using the request screens to acquire the students’ course requests. We will go over how to setup course groups and the request screens.


PowerScheduler: Prepare to Build - Tuesday, February 18th (repeated)
This workshop will cover the complex world of a Build. A Build is where you give PS the information and it generates a schedule. If you don’t like your current schedule or your schedule is going to change for next year, letting PowerScheduler Build the schedule is an option to creating the schedule manually. This workshop will be repeated on February 26th. Come both days if you wish.


PowerScheduler: Prepare to Build - Wednesday, February 26th (repeated)
This workshop will cover the complex world of a Build. A Build is where you give PS the information and it generates a schedule. If you don’t like your current schedule or your schedule is going to change for next year, letting PowerScheduler Build the schedule is an option to creating the schedule manually. This workshop is a repeat of February 18th. Come both days if you wish.


PowerScheduler: Prepare to Load - Tuesday, March 4th
This workshop will show how to LOAD the student requests into the schedule. No matter if you are going to use this current year’s schedule (even with a few tweaks) or if you had PowerScheduler BUILD it, the LOAD process will automate enrolling students into their requested courses.


To register for these courses, click HERE and search for PowerSchool.


If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.


Wayne Wiens
Integration Specialist - PowerSchool
Educational Service Unit #10
308.698.1996 x296 work
402.806.0455 cell
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I am attaching our Kindergarten, Grade 1 (Grade 2 is very similar), Grade 3 and Grade 4 Report Cards.  
 
Our Kindergarten, Grade 1 and Grade 2 are totally standards based.  Grade 3 has standard based grades for everything but math.  Grade 4 has standard based grades for everything but Math, Science and Social Studies.

We have Reading Mastery right now and have separate report cards for that, if anyone is interested in those.   

If anyone wants the report in addition to the pdf, I'd be glad to share and you can adjust to meet your standards/fields.

Grade_4_Report_Card.pdf
Grade_3_Report_Card.pdf
Grade_1_Report_Card.pdf
Kindergarten_Report_Card.pdf
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This has probably been talked about a number of times, but I haven't been able to find the discussion.  I am running (attempting to run) my Student and School Enrollment reports.  They are stalling.  It shows an NA under Started and Pending under Status.

I am sure there is something I am forgetting.  Can anyone point me in the right direction?  Thanks  so much.
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Go to System > System Settings > Reset Server. Check the box for Restart the OLAP tomcat service (includes ReportWorks) then select Restart selected services now. Might take about 5 minutes.

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Save the Date!

11th Annual Nebraska PowerSchool Users Group

New
- Evening of Tuesday, April 22, 2014 - 6:30 -8:00 pm
Brainstorming/Networking Work Session

Wednesday, April 23, 2014
PowerSchool Sessions

Embassy Suites Omaha-La Vista/Hotel & Conference Center
12520 Westport Parkway, La Vista, NE 68128

Watch for Registration Details!

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