HANE Solutions has joined the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce in Idaho, and Southwest Valley Chamber of Commerce in Arizona. As active members we are excited to be part of the business community.
With the STC Connection 40th Day upload right around the corner, your first plan of action should be to apply for your SRM login so that you can have access to the STC Connection test and upload program. In order to receive that login you simply need to submit the name(s), email(s) and level of user (Submitter ONLY or Submitter and Certifier) to firstname.lastname@example.org and they will create your login and send it out to you. You may designate up to 5 users for SRM. Note: Each school is responsible to complete this step independently. HANE Solutions cannot do this for you. If you would like our help with your STC uploads you must either include HANE Solutions as a user in your email to STC OR email us your connection information so that we can login on your behalf.
The first ISEE upload of the school year is due next week, September 21st, by midnight. Make sure that your attendance and enrollment is up to date and that you have all your new teachers listed!
The Arizona State Student-Teacher-Course (STC) Connection 40th Day Upload is fast approaching. According to the state requirements, you will have two weeks beyond your 40th day to complete your upload process. If you are a school using either SchoolDex or ISS, both applications of HANE Solutions, feel free to contact us for more information on what we can provide for you as a valued client. For any other school who would like help with their upload process, please feel free to contact us and we will put you in touch with a trusted resource that can provide more in depth STC Connection help.
Five days of straight rain over the past week has caused a tremendous amount of flooding the the Phillipine capital city of Manila. 3.4 million have been affected, many losing their homes and finding refuge in the local schools. For the forseeable future, schools will continue to be used as relief centers and classes are suspended. Dunwoody, a SchoolDex school located on the 3rd floor of their building, has sustained minimal damage. Dunwoody students are helping victims by sponsoring a relief drive and canned goods collections. SchoolDex has made a monetary donation to help two schools near Dunwoody with their present needs in hopes that classes can resume soon.
CNN Education contributor, Dr. Steve Perry, presents an argument that algebra is no longer a necessary subject for modern high schoolers. He argues that algebra is antiquated and does not benefit all students as they mature into adulthood. Listen to his debate at: http://edition.cnn.com/video/#/video/us/2012/07/30/start-perry-algebra-necessary.cnn?iref=allsearch
This summer, SchoolDex is creating a new function to their Global Library System. This system will implement scanner technology and will allow schools to create book catalogs by pulling book information from our Global Library Database. The scanner technology will allow for quick, less tedious check in and check out procedures as well as saving time and resources for the school.