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 TxEIS. Let us know if you have any questions.
There were recently lots of changes made to Test Scores. Things like adding fields for EOC and STAAR 3-8 and including fields to the Import Test Scores Utilities. You won’t really notice much, as you shouldn’t, but they were necessary. To make sure that you continue to have the most accurate data for your students. To make sure that you are always in compliance with state and federal mandates. To make sure that you know you can trust TxEIS to produce the best software in the state. You get the idea: there are no small changes. Experience the best with TxEIS. Let us know if you have any questions.
Charles Wimett — a busy man to be sure — managed to get this great selfie with Kacie from Junction ISD. Lovely to catch up with all our wonderful clients. Thanks for stopping by, Kacie!
Because you asked for it! The General Ledger Inquiry page was added to perform quick inquiries on general ledger data. The GL Inquiry tab lets you inquire into processed, current period or next period data. Need to know about total balances by accounting period and year? The GL History – Accounting Period tab is what you need. And finally the GL History – EOM tab displays data for current balances at the end of the month process for the selected accounting period. You get a .csv file to sort and filter to your heart’s content. Let us know if you have any questions.
Happy Thanksgiving from the Texas Computer Cooperative. Don’t forget that we’re closed from November 23 – 25. Have a wonderful time with your family and friends!
TxEIS wants to warmly welcome back all the teachers. Thank you for everything you do for our great state and nation! You’ll have a wonderful, instructive year; we just know it!
“To teach is to learn twice.”