Don’t forget that TSDS PEIMS is officially ready for submissions on October 20th. Just the start of the PEIMS submissions. These are some of the things that make it so important. Fall PEIMS is used to calculate compensatory entitlement, monitor special programs, and report to the federal government, to name just a few things. It’s important data so you’ll be glad that you use iTCCS. Let us know if you have any questions.
A little while back we told you about all the iTCCS National Blue Ribbon Honor nominees. We’ve got results. And guess what? All three of our nominees have been honored with the National Blue Ribbon. We’re proud of y’all! Find out how you can be a part of iTCCS.
Come see us at the TASA/TASB Convention at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center on Friday and Saturday October 6 and 7. We’ll be in booth 1240. We have some goodies to give out…
We’re a welcoming bunch, here in Texas. Even in the midst of our own difficulty. And so we welcome those affected by Hurricane Irma with open arms. At least you shouldn’t have to worry about making sure that you’re compliant in this difficult time. iTCCS always makes sure that you’re in compliance with federal and state mandates. That’s why we worked tirelessly to get you the Irma crisis code as well as the Harvey one. We’re all ears.
Now you can add attendance records for students enrolled in an Optional Flexible School Day Program (OFSDP). View, update and post attendance for students in the OFSDP. Everything you can do for the more traditional attendance. iTCCS makes flexible easy. You know the drill: Contact us!
“There has been great feedback regarding the new online registration process from parents and campus staff! Great job making this process more efficient!”
-Rita Molina, Director of Student Information Services, Comal ISD
Let us know what you think.
Our thoughts and prayers are with those who have been displaced by Hurricane Harvey. We’re doing everything we can to make this a little less stressful. One less thing you’ll have to worry about, at least, is TEA’s Hurricane Harvey reporting. Both iTCCS and TxEIS are moving swiftly to make sure you’re in compliance before you have to report. You have enough to do without letting this get in the way. Stay strong, Texas.