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Built for convenient access to real-time student information like grades, assignments, and attendance, the PowerSchool Mobile App provides enhanced functionality for parents, guardians, and students.
• Get easy access to the most important student data with an updated user interface, dashboard, and improved app structure
• Use new dashboard widgets for quick access to important information including: GPA, Class Overview, Assignments Due, Assignments Graded, Attendance, School Bulletins, Meal Balance, and Fees
• Customize the dashboard by reordering or hiding widgets to prioritize the information that is most important to you
• Access class information and grades across terms and drill-down to detailed views of class assignments, attendance, and standards
• View class assignments for the week or month in a new calendar view, and drill-down to assignment details
• Manage push and email notifications, student profiles, access school information, and more
PowerSchool is the leading K-12 education technology provider of solutions that improve the education experience for 100 million students, teachers, and parents in over 70 countries around the world.
To access the PowerSchool Mobile App, your school district must be using the PowerSchool Student Information System. If you are not sure what SIS your school is using, contact your school or district.
• Requires iOS version 10.0 or higher
• Access to PowerSchool is controlled by school administration
• Requires a wireless connection or mobile data plan
• Users must consent to receive push notifications when connecting to servers outside of the United States
• Meal Balance totals are only available if your school uses the PowerLunch meal management feature in the PowerSchool SIS
The Technology Department has been working on updating the District's website and giving it a much-needed facelift. The updated website will have a new URL of www.usd214.org.
With this new update, the District's emails will also be changed from email@example.com to firstname.lastname@example.org. Any and all contacts that use the old email address will need to be notified of the change. The old email address will still work and will be forwarded to the new email address, so please update your contact lists.
Please send us pictures and/or information that you would like on the website and we will do our best to get it up as soon as possible.
Stop by and take a look when it is live! Comment below to let us know what you think.
STUDENT OF THE MONTH-September
The September Student of the Month for Kepley Middle School was Stephanie Mejia (8th grade), daughter of Guillermo Mejia and Claudia Delgado. She participates in KMS volleyball and track. She attends Youth Group at House of Restoration. Congrats to Stephanie Mejia!
She was nominated by staff for his grades, and positive character traits inside and outside of school. From this process, it is narrowed down to the top 3 by the staff. Finally, the final vote came from her peers at KMS and staff.
Congrats to Stephanie Mejia!
Sullivan Students of the Week:
3rd Grade- Tehya Clymer pays attention and tries very hard to do her best. She is also a very helpful student. When others are not around, she puts their things away for them. She follows ROAR in our classroom and throughout our schoo
4th Grade- Jonathan Tarango is a great role model! If someone needs help, he is always one of the first to volunteer to help. When things don't go his way, he is able to shake it off and look at the bright side. Jonathan's positive attitude is contagious and encourages others to get excited and try their best.
5th Grade- Parker Browning is very kind, consciousnesses, very-respectful, considerate of others and well-rounded. Always concerned about his homework and motivated to help others!
Monday, October 14
“Blaze the Bears ”
Fall Homecoming 2019
Student Council's plans for the 2019 Homecoming week are as follows:
Spirit Week Days Oct 14th- Oct 18th:
Float building will be going on all week and the floats will be judged on Thursday night, as we have in the past, starting at 6:30 p.m. The judges will start with the elementary schools, then middle school and high school will be last. Float winners will be announced both at the Pep Rally that will be at the end of the parade and at the football game.
Linda Gomez Jett Moyer
Avery Ysac Russell Wells
Xochitl Rojas Xavier Guaderrama
Shelby Schultz Kobe Talbert
Senior Readers: Brendan Stejskal and Leonela Martinez
Junior Escort: Halle Nagel
Littles: Bentely Delay, Reagan Gray, and Joseph Hegwood
Photographer/Flowers and Gifts: CJ Raines, Clara Garcia, and Clara Price
Friday, October 18th:
New! Block Party: Join us for food, music, and fun from 12:00 to 1:20 p.m. in front of the High School. Come mingle and support the Tigers!
Homecoming Parade: Come watch the fun and creative floats on Main Street at 1:40 p.m.
Crowning Ceremony: Will take place at the football field at 6:30 p.m.
Game: The Tigers will take on the Labette Bears at 7:00 p.m.
We hope everyone enjoys the events and gets in the spirit!