Thanks for joining. I'm a teacher at Pasco High School. Can I ask you a question, since you a student? If there were a way in PowerSchool for you to see what your final grade might be if you got a different grade on an assignment, do you think that would be useful?
For example let's say you have a B+ in Pre-Calculus and got a C on a quiz or some homework and the teacher might let you do it again. Would you be interested to see if PowerSchool could tell you what grade you might need to get on that quiz to change your overall grade?
P.S. Wishing you the best in your pursuit of nursing. Such an important vocation!
Hi! I am a secretary at Ripley County R-IV School. We are located near the state line in the southeastern Missouri. I have been with the school for almost 30 years. I use the SIS part of PowerSchool.
Hello everyone! Happy to be here
I am the current SIS Admin at a privet High School in Columbus, Ohio. I am a one man Army in my building, and the only one who uses the Admin side of PowerSchool at my school of 900 students.
The new website looks great and I see much potential in it for the community.
My name is Michele Turner and I am the Data Integration Manager for Noblesville Schools. I've worked for the district for 11 years and PowerSchool SIS is my primary responsibility. I also help ensure other systems that require student information are properly integrated with PowerSchool for rostering, etc. We have been a PowerSchool district since 2001 and have been using PowerSchool Registration (formerly known as InfoSnap) since 2014.
I enjoy working with customizations in PowerSchool and am always looking for ways to streamline our processes to make everyone's jobs a little easier each year.
I am excited to see the new site and the continued growth of the PowerSchool product!
Good afternoon @MicheleT1!
Welcome to the PowerSchool Community! We are excited to have you as a seasoned PowerSchool user. Having expertise in both SIS and Registration, we would love to hear your feedback on how you have used both successfully in your school district. Please feel free to share your thoughts and best practices as desired and please reach out to the Community for any questions you may have!
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I am currently the PowerSchool administrator and state reporting person for the Rhea County Department of Education in East Tennessee. We have been using PowerSchool since 2009 having moved from SASIxp. My background is in technology rather than education. I started as a field engineer for a research company before moving to technology in education and then to SIS administration.
I have to say that PowerSchool is the best SIS package that we have used. I really like the way that PowerSchool can be customized and that we have access to the entire database. What we can now do with PowerSchool is limited only by our imagination and ability to write the necessary code.
At work I spend quite a bit of time looking at data, using Excel and answering questions from our schools. However, at times I do get to write a bit of SQL and some custom pages. Those coding puzzles are where I can lose track of time and not notice that it got dark outside.
Good afternoon @TimJ2!
That is wonderful to hear you have had such a great experience with PowerSchool! We encourage you to share your best practices and interact with others SIS users in the forum. Our team of moderators is also here to assist you in any way we can!
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Kim - Special Education Program Coordinator
Francis Howell School District
St Charles, Missouri
We have used the TieNET/Powerschool IEP program (originally Netchemia) for 4 years. I am one of our district system administrators.
Welcome to the community! We're excited to have an experience PowerSchool Special Education user such as yourself as part of our community. I'm looking forward to having you as a part of the community.
I am Karen Johnson. I work at Ripley County R-IV School. In January I will have worked here 30 years as a secretary and have used the same program. It is amazing when you think about how student records has changed in 30 years. It's great!