Today’s session contained all things related to PowerSchool. PS Log Entries – if you are having difficulties creating Log Entries in PS, try changing the date/time on your computer to reflect the time at school. What does the Parent, Student View look like in PS? Let’s have a look what they can see.
Updated March 13, 2020: Group names and addresses have been updated to fix a bug with term enrollments not being processed correctly. Elective courses that meet for one semester now e-mail the correct group of students for that term. Original Post: Teachers and staff want to quickly communicate with groups of students, teachers and parents. […]
How can a student with three standards scores of E, E, and P end up with P as an overall grade? PowerSchool calculates grades based on the scores of the underlying assignments. See the PowerPoint below for an explanation, and use this grade calculator spreadsheet (download it to your computer before opening) to input a […]
Need a refresher on Powerschool? Visit one of NCPA’s Tech Ambassadors this week during office hours. We’ll be holding future Tech Ambassador office hours on Canvas and Padlet in the weeks to come. Look forward to seeing you there.
Over the summer changes to Office 365 have been made that require your action and/or attention. Receiving Group/Team Messages Don’t worry, you are receiving all staff emails. But for your department groups and other Office 365 teams, the following applies: Microsoft updated the Outlook web interface over the summer. You need to find your groups […]
More parent contact information is now available in the PowerTeacher > sqlReports 5 > Student Demographics for Teachers report. Where previously there was only a “Guardian E-mail” field, which may have been the father or mother, there are now two additional columns for mother’s e-mail and father’s e-mail. The registrar’s office requests that you e-mail […]
PowerSchool’s PowerTeacher Pro gradebook is powerful and user friendly, and there are also a lot of different options when you’re using it for standards-based grading and reporting. Refer to the guide below to help you keep everything straight. Download the PTP Quick Ref for Teachers
[advanced_iframe src=”https://web.microsoftstream.com/embed/video/c78f162d-a281-480d-85c5-edd15092817d?autoplay=false&showinfo=true” width=”640″ height=”360″] Sending emails home about Incompletes or Not Yets doesn’t have to be a chore. Learn how you can mostly automate the process in less than ten minutes by watching the guide above (NCPA login required due to presence of student information).
This week we had a training session for PS Admin Portal users. Find the Quick Ref card here: https://ncpachinaorg.sharepoint.com/sites/itdepartment/Shared%20Documents/Processes/Trainings/PowerSchool%20Finding%20Student%20Info%20Quick%20Ref.docx?Web=1 This is an embedded &lt;a target=’_blank’ href=’https&#58;//office.com’&gt;Microsoft Office&lt;/a&gt; document, powered by &lt;a target=’_blank’ href=’https&#58;//office.com/webapps’&gt;Office Online&lt;/a&gt;.
Our PowerSchool Master Eric Zou has added three new reports to PowerTeacher to help you find information about your students. The first, Incompletes Report for Teachers, shows a list of incomplete assignments, the student responsible, and the student’s parent’s email address. We hope this makes it easier to inform parents of your concerns about their children […]