Changing the Picture for Education in North Carolina

Changing the Picture for Education in North Carolina

Communities In Schools CISDM 2.0: New and Improved for Users Communities In Schools of North Carolina EOY Reports Available now! Complete in CISDM 1.0 Complete by July 14th for validation ACTION NEEDED: Let us know when your affiliate

completes EOY so we can give you a mock Impact Snapshot. 2 Communities In Schools of North Carolina CISDM 1.0 Access ends September 30th Major data export - late Fall ACTION NEEDED: Pull all reports you will need for

September, October, November, and December by _________. 3 Communities In Schools of North Carolina CISDM 2.0 Pilot year Production (live) & training sites you currently access training environment Data migration - active schools, users, and student profiles (demographics)

Paperless Remember, no changes once school year starts. 4 Communities In Schools of North Carolina National Support for CISDM 2.0 Yammer group Office Hours Data administration and site staff trainings ACTION NEEDED: Site staff must watch the required mini-course and video and sign the user agreement

before being given a login. (Link here, maybe) 5 Communities In Schools of North Carolina CISNC CISDM Support Training sessions at Impact Conference (August) Support for data administrators Monthly data reports through 2nd grading period On-site local trainings upon request (June-September) Just-in-time webinars on hot topics (e.g., progress

monitoring and EOY reporting) 6 Communities In Schools of North Carolina Recommendations for Smooth Transition Ensure clear communications to staff regarding data system changes Ask questions early and often Send updated data administrator list

Communicate ways we can help For timeliest response, send all questions to: [email protected] 7 Communities In Schools of North Carolina Follow us! @cisnc www.facebook.com/cisnc @cisnc

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