Please make sure to share this information with users (especially those who are new) in your district. If you wish to attend a scheduled session but are unable to do so, we will record and post the videos to the ACCESS webpage in the Training section.All training sessions have both an in-person and virtual option (via Zoom). You must register separately for each training you would like to attend, and for the format you plan to attend (in person or virtual) - registration links are provided for each session listed below. If registering for a virtual session, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting (please save this information!). All in person sessions will be held in the upstairs computer lab at ACCESS - 493 Bev Road, Boardman, Ohio. Documentation for each session will be emailed to registrants.Please only register for one format option for each training offered (please do not register for both in person and virtual option for the same training). You will need to sign in to the ACCESS webpage (upper right corner) in order to register for any in-person sessions.Student Promotion / Bulk Enrollment - involves promoting students from this school year and enrolling them into next school year. Student Promotion / Bulk Enroll works best if one person in each district handles the entire process.
For all parts of this session, the SYI must be completed, returned, and processed by ACCESS before any hands-on work can be done by the district.
Tuesday, February 27th from 9:00-11:00High School & Middle School Courses/Sections/Groups
- involves reviewing and verifying some of the items from the initialization, going over Course/Course Section setup and Course Groups.
Please make sure that your SYI has been completed and returned in order to make any adjustments to your 23-24 data.Thursday, February 29th from 9:00-11:00
Entering Course Requests & Hand Scheduling/Bulk Assigning Students - We will cover how to enter student course requests both individually and in bulk, as well as how to hand schedule students into specific course sections both individually and in bulk.
Please make sure that all Pre-scheduling and Student Promotion / Bulk Enrollment have been completed for your building prior to training.
Wednesday, March 6th from 9:00-11:00Online Course Request (Public Course Request) - for schools who have students enter their own course requests for the upcoming school year. Please make sure that all Pre-scheduling and Student Promotion / Bulk Enrollment have been completed for your building prior to training.
Wednesday, March 6th from 1:00-3:00High School and Middle School Scheduling Training (
Batch Scheduler)- All students in the MS and HS should have course requests entered in StudentInformation before running the Batch Scheduler. Course requests are needed to determine correct tallies so adjustments can be made to next year's master schedule. We will configure the Batch Scheduler, reviewing all parameters and the impact each has on the process. We will look at the various reports available to assist with completing the scheduling process.Please make sure that Pre-scheduling and Student Promotion / Bulk Enrollment have been completed for your building prior to training. Student course requests will also need to be in StudentInformation in order to run the Batch Scheduler.Thursday, March 14th from 9:00-12:00Elementary Scheduling Training - Some middle schools also use the elementary scheduling method where students move as a group for the majority of or the entire day. We will review the Course records, Course Section records, and Course Group setup, as well as scheduling students into these groups. This scheduling method is based on the class lists for next year. It will be helpful to have your lists prepared prior to this event.Please make sure that SYI and Student Promotion / Bulk Enrollment have been completed for your building prior to training.Wednesday, May 1st from 9:00-11:30We will also have the following Scheduling Worksessionswhich will be held in-person from 9:00am-3:00pm (unless otherwise noted) in the ACCESS Computer lab. Registration for these open labs is required.