Better Late Than Never

Posted Sometime in October
In the long long ago, before Oracle, before plugins, before database extensions, I put together some custom pages to save list sets for the List Students group function in PowerSchool.
I was very crude, and required an administrator to write all the values into big blocks of javascript.
But it worked, and I never found the time to improve it.
Over the years I've had to explain how clunky the thing is, in the age of plugins, and finally broke down.
The new version of List Students Auto-Loader is something I'm proud of. It is easy to install and use (at least I think so).
Allows for the creation of list sets at the district, school and personal level.
Check it out and let me know what you think.
Hope to see some of you at 2021 National PSUG Event - EAST!

AUGUST! *Shakes fists at the sky*

Posted Sometime in August
For those using the IARrific + ACCESS Plugin, you will want to update to version 1.7 and update the accompanying SQLreport which is based off the new student upload template.
Wida recently put out changes to ACCESS accommodations for 21-22 to take effect at the end of August.
Those changes have been incorporated into the plugin.

Best of luck Ed Techies. August is always a rough one.
To keep things in perspective, I turn to the words of Carl Sagan: https://www.planetary.org/worlds/pale-blue-dot

But first... Are you experienced?

Posted Sometime in May
With the recent update, PowerSchool now mandates we use the "New Experience". I guess it's not so bad. But being the system admin, I would have appreciated the option to control the "quick data" and browse links for all users. Oh well. I can always submit an "idea" in the community portal laugh
All that is to say, the Instant Family Reps plugin has been updated to support the new experience start page.

Also fixed an error in Today's Bus Notes plugin. Can't imagine a ton of people use that one. But I hold it out as an example of how the ~[DirectTable.Select...] tag works.

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