Aesop is an automated substitute placement service provided by Frontline Placement Technologies for K-12 school districts. Unlike traditional sub-calling programs, Aesop completely automates the process of substitute placement and absence management for over 1,600 school districts worldwide. As a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Aesop does not require any hardware or software at the district. Integrated phone and internet technologies allow district administrators, principals and teachers access to the service anytime, anywhere.
The ASDAT system, Eduphoria, allows curriculum directors to build and deliver an aligned curriculum, teachers to construct and share aligned lesson plans, and administrators to track lesson plans. In addition, the ASDAT system collects and delivers aligned local and state assessment data to teachers and administrators. The purpose of the ASDAT system is to provide teachers and administrators with the data they need to make informed decisions.
The Building Reservation System maximizes the usage of rooms and
facilities within M. O. Campbell Education Center by increasing
efficiency while eliminating double bookings.
Aldine ISD uses a web-based program called Certify, owned by Certica
Solutions, to validate our data in SASIxp. If a required field in SASI
is blank or if two fields are not consistent with another, etc. Certify
finds it. Employees used to find some of these errors by running
queries, but Certify makes it much easier. By logging into a website,
users can view a report to see the errors - the "queries" are run for
them automatically. The district checks some data nightly and some
weekly. For example, because of the volume of discipline records,
discipline is run nightly, and assistant principals and their clerical
support staff can check every morning to see if errors were made the day
before. Other data such as LEP coding is checked each weekend, and LEP
coordinators are asked to check for errors every Monday. Certify helps
the district keep its data accurate throughout the year rather than just
at critical times for state reporting.
The Desktop Analyst is an educational cost function modeling system that
uses regression analysis to systematically measure the relationship
between operating expenditures and educational outcomes. This type of
system is the best available for estimating the costs of achieving
academic outcomes and how those costs and outcomes can vary widely
across the diverse districts in Texas.
Introducing a global online learning community where educators collaborate, share resources and showcase accomplishments.
Rank One Sport scheduling software provides many features used by
athletic directors, coaches, and athletic trainers. The system allows
the athletic department to display schedules, directions and game
results to the public.
SMS (2010-2011 Archive)
SMS (2011-2012 Archive)
SMS (2012-2013 Archive)
SMS (2013-2014 Archive)
SMS LIVE Site
SMS Summer School
SMS Training Site 1
SMS Training Site 2
SMS Training Site 3
This site currently offers access to the online training system for
TELPAS raters and TAKS-Alt users. Region, district, and campus test
coordinators (or their designees) also have access to this site for
their administrative use.
iNotes allows district employees to access their district-based email,
calendar, schedule, to-do lists, contact lists, and notebooks from any
computer, at any location, as long as they have an Internet connection.