We at Woodstock also are use Rediker software administrators Plus - and
just started using a module for school counselors. We use Gradequick
for grades and period by period attendance. I'd love to learn more
about the web portal for Admin Plus.
This is our second using Edline as an online course management system
for teachers. It works seamlessly with both of the above programs.
From: School Information Technology Discussion
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Sent: Thursday, December 21, 2006 10:44 AM
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Subject: Re: Student Information Systems?
We use Rediker software administrators Plus - including modules for
school nurses - and Gradequick for grades - plan to implement there web
portal next year
St. Johnsbury Academy
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St. Johnsbury,VT. 05819
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To all responders thus far - Thanks!
Interesting...which Pearson products are included in the demo? I'm
interested in hearing your take on the demos.
At 12/21/2006 08:02 AM, you wrote:
>Pearson and Schoolmaster will demo their products for our district in
>three weeks. We don't know what we don't know, so we want to see
>features are available. Then, we'll decide if we want to go with an
>official request for proposal.
>We are currently using Schoolmaster at Mt. Mansfield. Winschool is
>used at each the other eight Chittenden East SU schools, though
>independently of each other.
>District Technology Coordinator
>Chittenden East Supervisory Union
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> >>> Lauren Parren <[log in to unmask]> 12/20/2006 10:05 PM >>>
>ANESU is using MMS and it largely fills our needs. Contact Michael
>Carper at [log in to unmask] for technical info. We were
>with the ability to upload our data to TetraData. 5 years ago, when we
>were searching, MMS was the best price for the most features. We use
>on-line attendance each block at the high school, and all schools are
>using attendance, discipline, health modules in addition to the basic
>Lauren Kelley Parren
>Educational Technology Coordinator ANESU Portfolio Coordinator,
>Mt.Abraham Union High School Bristol, Vermont 05443
>The illiterate of the 21st century will not be the one who can not read
>and write, but the one who can not learn, unlearn, and relearn (Alvin
> >>> [log in to unmask] 12/20/06 04:13PM >>>
>I've searched through archives on this list first, but didn't get
>What are schools using for their student information systems?
>Here in Barre we are using Pearson Education Systems "Chancery SMS"
>(web-based for K-8) and Chancery MacSchool (9-12). While the current
>solution is working, and is integrated (via a replicator), there are
>Pearson has repositioned SMS as a product for middle to large school
>districts (their documentation states "30,000 students" as a starting
>point). Barre has roughly 3k students. We've also been told that
>MacSchool is going to go away at some point (date unknown).
>For K-8, SMS is used for electronic standards-based report cards,
>gradebook (middle school), electronic attendance, behavior incidents,
>transportation and transfer of student info between our 2 K-8 schools
>campus. For SHS/BVT, MacSchool is used for report cards, eclass
>gradebook, behavior, and attendance.
>So, we're wondering who is using what for a SIS.....and does it fit
>your needs? comments?
>Barre Supervisory Union
>Barre, VT 05641
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