Trainings

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

10/31/18 Educational Operating Committee Meeting 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM Room B

10/31/18 Intermediate Excel Training Part 2 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
11/1/18- Grad Points Troubleshooting 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
11/1/18 Understanding the Connection between Payroll & EMIS Reporting 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm- Room B
11/5/18 Student Services Open Lab 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
11/7/18- HB410 Refresher 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
11/14/18- ODE/ITC November EMIS Updates 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM Room B
11/28/18- DASL Notifications 1:00 pm – 2:30 PM
11/29/18 Student Services Open Lab 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
11/29/18 HB410 Letters- 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

 

Reminder: The Educational Operating Committee Meeting will be this Wednesday, October 31st. Breakfast begins at 9:30 AM. Meeting will be from at 10:00-11:00 AM. Then beginning at 11:00 AM we will have several breakout sessions to accomodate all! Sessions include EMIS, DataMap, SPS, and an open Lab. For exact description of the breakout sessions click here!

DASL (Student Information) Update

Civil Rights Reporting-

The registration for the 2017-2018 Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC) was opened on October 1st. However, the data submission tool will not open until January, 2019 for districts to submit the reports generated from DASL. There are changes needed to be made to the Civil Rights DASL reports. Please keep an eye out for communication from NEOnet as to when the reports have been updated before submitting to CRDC. Expected updates to the reports include: submitting one .csv file instead of having to merge two .csv files, categories to be grouped together, and required changes from the CRDC.

If you would like to get a jump start on preparing your 17/18 CRDC you could begin filling out the additional requirements page found at SIS > School > Civil Rights Reporting > Additional Civil Rights Data Collection. Remember to switch back to the 17/18 school year in DASL and that each school building needs to have this page completed.

 

DataMap:

Many districts have implemented the new RIMP process and I am hearing really good feedback!

Please remember if your district is using the new RIMP process in DataMap, StudentInformation/DASL has the new DataMap EMIS import to pull your On Track/Not On Track statuses from DataMap to StudentInformation/DASL.  The steps are very simple.

  1. Ensure all your RIMP statuses have been updated in DataMap

    a. Menu > Interventions > RIMP
    b. Note:  If students are missing the On Track/Not On Track status, only staff members with the role of DataMap Intervention Admin can update the status
        i. Click the Paper/Pencil icon to update the RIMP On Track/Not On Track status
        ii. Hover over the row
        iii. Click the Heading On Track Status to sort the column

 

2. Navigate to StudentInformation/DASL

3. EMIS > DataMap EMIS Import

4. Select the Import Type of “On Track Statuses"

5. Click Preview Import

     a. Select the students you wish to import the statuses

    b. You may select all the students or just a few

6. Click Import Selected

   a. This may be run as often as you wish

   b. Only students that have not had their ‘On Track/Not on Track status updated in StudentInformation/DASL will list, whether updated by the DataMap EMIS Import or if the student was updated individually on the Student Profile > FN Attributes tab or thru the Bulk Update in StudentInformation/DASL

7. Complete instructions with screen shots may be found on the NEOnet website > Services > DataMap > Documentation > RIMPS

End of the first marking period is upon us.  If your district is pulling Reading Levels/F&P/DRA Levels from GradeBook to DataMap either from an Assignment or from the Report Card, please contact Janet Hayes at hayes[at]neonet[dot]org or 601112 if you need any assistance.

 

EMIS Update:

FY19 updates

Integrate Federal Low Income County System (FLICS) into EMIS - From review in SAFE to Level 2 report in Data Collector

Withdrawal Reason option 76 changes from 105 hours to 72 hours.
   105 hours through November 1, 2018
   72 hours starting November 2, 2018

Change to Preschool percent of time, calendar, and attendance. 
Align reporting as close as possible to K-12 percent of time reporting to reflect how much time student is receiving education, services, etc. Will not affect funding since preschool funding is by head count.

Change to Preschool subject code reported. Subject code ‘180108’ for all courses.  Will use Student population to determine special education or General Education.

  • FY19 can still report other preschool code

  • FY20 other Preschool codes deleted

There is no update on HQT no longer being reported. ODE is awaiting confirmation on the status of HQT and about Special Ed staff.

Additional Data Collections opened in October:

Initial Staff and Course Collection FY19 – October 2
Child Outcome Summary Assessment FY19 - October 15
Fall 3rd Gr ELA and Reading Collection FY19 – October 23
Fall DORP Assessment Collection FY19 – October 26

Data Collections Closing for November:

Graduation Collection (FY18) November 02, 2018
Career Tech Assessment (FY18) November 16, 2018
Summer OGT assessment Collection (FY19) November 30, 2018

Reminder: Please be sure to submit collections in a timely manner. Also, verify your most recent Level 2 and Received Files Reports in the Data Collector.

Upcoming November Events

  • Understanding the Connection between Payroll and EMIS Reporting – November 1, 2018

  • Staff/ Course L Collection Open Lab – TBD

  • ODE/ITC November EMIS Updates – November 14, 2018

 

ProgressBook GradeBook Update 
The End of Year reports are now available from the Admin Home Screen of GradeBook.  The reports available are Class Progress Reports, Period Attendance Reports and Student Progress Reports.  These are available to anyone with Master, School Admin, Principal or Guidance Role.  Below are the instructions on running these reports.  These are currently available ONLY for the _2017_18 school year. 

You can perform a search and view the reports you chose to run. Depending on the size of the district, it may take up to a day or more for the reports to become available after clicking Run Reports on the Run Reports tab.

1.         Click the View Reports tab.

2.         In the District drop-down list, select the desired school district.

3.         In the Select a Report Type drop-down list, select Class Progress, Period Attendance, or Student Progress depending on the type of report for which you want to search. Different fields display depending on the type of report you selected.

4.         Enter information in the available fields to help locate the report you want to find.

 

Special Services Update

In an effort to provide additional support to Special Services users, a weekly “In The SPS Know” is being emailed to Special Services Administrators in a format that can be forwarded to users. These quick tips are designed to support the tasks of a Special Services user. If you would like to be added to the distribution list and/or have topic suggestion please contact Denise Marrali (Marralli[at]neonet[dot]org) or Bethany Ladich (Ladich[at]neonet[dot]org).

The topics included are:

  • Medicare Form
  • Parent Invite

  • Contacts/Properties

  • Task Navigation

  • Banks

  • Paper clip to add docs

  • Electronic Signature

  • Two tests on same testing page

  • Alternate Assessment Form

  • Progress Reports

  • Data Collection Form

  • Testing and Exemptions Forms

  • View IEP Summary

  • Selecting the correct template

  • Post Secondary Transition

October
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Student Services Update