All training will be held in the NEOnet Lab (unless otherwise stated) Please sign up using our calendar links:

1/8/19-DASL SYI for 18/19 12:30-3:00 PM

1/10/19- DataMap District Assessment Training 9:00 am - 11:00 am

1/14/19- DASL SYI for 18/19 9:00-11:30 AM

1/14/19- DASL SYI for 18/19 12:30-3:00 PM

1/14/19 – ODE/ITC EMIS January Training 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

1/16/19- DataMap District Assessment Training 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

1/23/19- DASL SYI for 18/19 12:30-3:00 PM

1/23/19- EMIS Student Collection- Checking in at Mid-Year 1:00 - 3:00 pm
1/24/19- Public Course Request 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

1/28/19- DASL SYI for 18/19 9:00-11:30 AM

1/28/19 – STUDENT SERVICES Open Lab 12:30 PM -2:30 PM

1/30/19- SPS New User and Review 2:30 – 4:00 PM


DASL (Student Information) Update
Beginning July 1, 2018, districts are required to report by classification the person at whom a student’s violent behavior was directed when discipline is reported (i.e., student, teacher, nonteaching employee). This is a result of House Bill 49. Although ODE has not released the coding requirements for this new collection piece it is a good idea to start training your DASL discipline data entry staff to start recording this information in the discipline module. A Victims tab is already available when entering your incident at SIS-Discipline-Discipline Incidents. This tab is where users should choose student, staff or other. Then begin typing in the victim’s name, once the name appears click the name and then click Add Victim.

NEOnet will communicate with EMIS Coordinators once ODE has updated the coding requirements for this new data collection.



Thank you to everyone who was able to attend the December DataMap Roundtable on December 12th.  The notes, PowerPoint presentation along with the handouts from the meeting are available on the NEOnet website at:   The meeting highlighted the ability to store students report card marks on the Student Roadmap as an additional Data Point using the Multiple Measures page.  Two trainings have been scheduled in January to cover how to create a Report Card Marks District Assessment; Thursday, January 10th and Wednesday, January 16th.  Please register for the trainings at:

Third Grade ELA OST Fall scores became available to import in StudentInformation/DASL on Monday, December 10th.  Once the scores are imported in StudentInformation/DASL the scores will also need to be imported in DataMap.

Admin > Import Assessment Scores > State > OST >  2018-2019 > Fall – Import from StudentInformation. 

As a reminder, the OST Standards Lists displays the Grade 3 Reading Promotion score along with the ability to sort the Grade 3 Reading Promotion score and capability to exported the page to excel.


EMIS Update:
Fall Early Learning Assessment (FY19) – Closes January 25, 2019

Initial Staff/Course (FY19) – Closes January 31, 2019


RIMPS – Make sure that all RIMPS and Reading Diagnostics have been entered for grades K-3.



Tuition – First window continues until January 2019

CCP – Students should have already been approved or flagged for the initial load in October.   Make sure that all have been approved or flagged so they do not auto approve.


Upcoming Trainings

ODE/ITC EMIS Training – (Skype)

January 14, 2019 1:00pm – 3:00pm

EMIS Alliance – troubleshooting FTE Reports

February 13, 2019 9:00am – 11:00am

Student Collection – Checking in at Mid-Year

January 23, 2019 1:00pm – 3:00pm

Everything CTE with ODE (Webinar)

February 21, 2019 1:00pm to 3:00pm

Revisiting the Connection between EMIS Reporting and Gifted

March 4, 2019 9:00am to 11:00am


April 8, 2019   1:00pm to 3:00pm


ProgressBook GradeBook Update 
Import Assignment Marks

You can import assignment marks from a third-party company or device for any assignments during any reporting period. You must import a comma-separated file that contains each student's district ID and assignment mark. Once you have imported the file, the assignment marks display on the Assignment Mark Import screen beside the current assignment marks for you to review before saving. You also have the option to overwrite the existing marks.

  1. Create or ensure that you have a .csv file with the necessary information for each student for the assignment for which you want to import marks:

Student ID (Student Number field on the Edit Student Profile screen General tab in StudentInformation without the leading zeros)

First name

Last Name


2.      At the top of the Assignment Marks screen, click Import Marks. The Assignment Mark Import screen File tab displays.

3.      At the bottom of the screen, click Choose a file.

4.      On the file picker window, navigate to and open the desired file on your computer.

5.      Click Next.



6.      On the Map tab, verify that ProgressBook has matched the columns from your file to the correct items. Use the Student IDFirst NameLast Name, and Mark drop-down lists to correct any mismatched items.

7.      Click Match Student By ID or Match Student By Name depending on how you want the import to match the students to your grade book.


8.      Click Next.

9.      (Optional) If you want to overwrite the existing marks, on the Import tab, select Yes beside the Override existing marks? option.

Note: If an assignment was previously marked as Missing, when you save the imported marks file, the assignment is no longer Missing. Saving the imported marks file, however, does not overwrite an assignment that was previously marked as Excluded or has comments associated with it.

The students for which marks are to be imported, their marks to be imported, their current marks, and any error messages display in the grid.

GradeBook checks the .csv file for the following requirements before the marks are successfully imported:

Valid student ID

Student must be enrolled in the class for which the assignment marks are being imported

Assignment mark must be valid for assignment type associated with assignment

Assignment mark cannot be longer than 100 characters

If any of these requirements are not met, errors display in the Messages column to indicate the reason the marks cannot be imported.

10.  Click Import.



The imported marks display on the Assignment Marks screen.

Note: You can hover your cursor over the student's name to view an updated average on the Assignment Marks screen.


Special Services Update
Creating a New Progress Report:

In Open Tasks

  1. Select New Task or +plus sign

  2. Choose one of the following options for Progress Reports

  3. Progress Report – Transition (OP-6B)

  4. Progress Report – Goals (OP-6A)

  5. Progress Report – Transition and Goals Report (C)

  6. Create from Previous Task – Choose the IEP to copy Goals/objectives and/or Transition

  7. Start Task


Creating from Existing Progress Report:



Click Add a reporting period located on the lower right corner

The data will CFE (Copy From Existing) and create a new reporting period for Quantitative Data used to Demonstrate Progress on each Objective

If you need to remove the period select Remove Period


  • Reporting Period Date: Last date data is taken/Date of Interim/Date of Report Card

  • Summarize the measurable data utilized to assess progress: This is narrative how the student is progressing toward the goal.

  • Data Source: Data Resource refers to the method being used toward the goal. Refer to the Method Boxes A-K on the Goals Page.  They must report for each one checked! 

  • Data Points: Data Points refers to the number of times and the percentages of accuracy the child is presently performing toward mastering their annual goal.  Example 3 out of 5 or 85%. 

Student Services Update