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Written agreement, signed by students, their parents, and teachers, outlining the terms and conditions of Internet use. It specifically sets out acceptable uses, rules of online behavior, and access privileges. Also covered are penalties for violations of the policy, including security violations and vandalism of the system. Anyone using a school's Internet connection are required to sign the AUA and know that it will be kept on file as a legal, binding agreement.
Web-based software training and curriculum resources for more than 110 computer applications students and educators use every day. Atomic Learning provides thousands of short, easy-to-understand tutorial movies and a library of curriculum resources that can be used for professional development, as a curriculum supplement, and/or an anytime/anywhere software training resource.
Pomona Unified School District's web-based professional development registration and management center. Through Avatar, you will be able to browse and register for district professional development activities, access your training and credential records, and view information and materials for trainings and teacher certification.
Web-based course management system designed to allow students and faculty to participate in classes delivered online, or use online materials and activities to complement face-to-face teaching. Blackboard enables instructors to provide students with course materials, discussion boards, virtual chat, online quizzes and academic resources and more.
Our organization is leveraging the Internet to enhance governance and provide a basis for better communication with the public. The new eGovernance initiative will replace the old method of compiling, printing, binding and distributing a limited number of paper meeting documents with electronic distribution.
Online ready reference guide that provides concise, useful data and other information surrounding business services policies and procedures.
Web-based environment designed to bring a quality standards-correlated comprehensive library of videos, photographs, audio files, primary sources, documents, and educational podcasts to California classrooms.
EdTechProfile, a California Department of Education State Educational Technology Service (SETS) Project, Provides educational administrators with tools that guide their decisions about how to integrate technology into classroom instruction and how to create and evaluate effective teacher technology training programs.
For setting or resetting your user passwords on the PUSD network. To change your password, enter your Userid, current password, and the new password. This will change your password for access to Outlook, Internet Access, Web Mail, Zangle and other systems.
Accelerated Reader (AR) - Build a lifelong love of reading and learning through reading comprehension. Accelerated Reader provides personalized reading practice to each student's current level, allows teachers to manage all reading activities including read to, read with, and independent reading, and assesses students' reading with four types of quizzes: reading practice, vocabulary practice, literacy skills and textbook quizzes.
Groiler Online - Age appropriate research and learning resource, with two learning environments, eight curriculum-aligned databases, and over 500,000 links to academically relevant articles, web sites and periodicals.
Measuring Up e-Path (Secondary CAHSEE Support) - State-specific instructional and assessment materials, print and Internet-based, customized to state learning standards. These materials teach and support the state standards as well as prepare students for the rigorous state assessments. The Internet-based component provides customized formative assessments that offer a personal prescriptive path for every student.
Pro-Quest e-Library - With an all in one easy search feature, this resource offers access to numerous multidisciplinary databases that provide access to millions of articles, through nearly 9,400 publications, of which more than half provide full text articles.
Read 180 (Secondary) - An intensive reading intervention program that helps educators confront the problem of adolescent illiteracy and special needs reading on multiple fronts, using technology, print, and professional development. READ 180 is proven to meet the needs of struggling readers whose reading achievement is below proficient level. The program directly addresses individual needs through differentiated instruction, adaptive and instructional software, high-interest literature, and direct instruction in reading, writing, and vocabulary skills.
Reading Counts - Is a reading system that allows students to select an appropriate book based on their own Lexile levels and interests. Once a student has finished reading the book teachers can test their students' comprehension, and then generate up-to-the minute, data-driven reports to help inform the teacher when a student is struggling and when the student needs intervention and differentiated instruction.
Used to access e-mail, calendars, contacts, tasks, and other mailbox content when access to the Microsoft Outlook desktop application is unavailable.
24-7 access to this effective and innovative technology that can be integrated into any existing curriculum to be used as both a teacher tool that promotes best practices and collaboration in instruction, as well as a student tool that can be used for tutorial instruction for extended learning outside of the classroom. This highly differentiated program provides flexible instruction in Math and Language Arts, with proven success in reaching all students. Targets students’ individualized needs through data-driven instruction; that is meant to be explicit, prescriptive, and focused on achievement. Also provides ongoing assessment and performance monitoring that meets accountability requirements. The program engages students through animation and audio support, which keeps students motivated and on task.
An administrative application that manages and relates student assessment information from the STAR, CELDT, CAHSEE, DWA’s, API and AYP to instructional activities individualized to the classroom and student level as well as linking relevant student information to parents. Staff can review school and student performance achievement information. This information allows staff to monitor the effectiveness of the instructional program to maximize learning opportunities for all students. Download Kaplan Lessons from the RxNet.
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Integrated financial solution designed to meet the needs of the school district by making the accounting system quick and easy for users while operating near paperless. It provides users with access to needed information on a daily basis, which includes modules for General Ledger, Budgeting, Requisitions and Purchasing, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Fixed Assets, and Administration.
The Special Education Information System (SEIS) was initially created by CEDR and the San Joaquin SELPA, to make IEPs easier for teachers to complete and track. Gradually, additional functions were added, including an MIS (CASEMIS) utility, the SEACO, BASICS, CSHA, ROPES, AuSpLan, and ACSA/CARS+ standards-based goals bank, and report generator utilities, and DRDP data collection and reporting among others.
Looking for services within the Pomona Unified School District? Staff can get access to the resources available for requesting services from specific departments.
A web-based application that allows schools to communicate with parents, manage student data, and perform student and school accountability reporting. Zangle Connection provides parents, students, teachers, special education case managers, health professionals, and administrative staff, secure, real-time Internet access to student information. Teachers have the ability to enter classroom news, attendance data, gradebook data (secondary), and student class marks directly to the Zangle database over the Internet or district intranet. (Note: Gradebook can be accessed from outside the district via the Internet while TeacherConnect is only available via the district intranet)