Edline and GradeQuick are scheduled to go end of life December 2018
October 12 – end of Term 1 grading period
October 15 - All teachers will begin using FOCUS to input Q2 grades - this includes the FOCUS gradebook as well as a parent portal that will take the place of Edline teacher pages
October 16 – Teacher deadline to complete Term 1 grades in GradeQuick (Under no circumstances should teachers enter any Term 2 grades in GradeQuick)
October 23- Report cards go home
November 1 - Term 1 Grade from GradeQuick imported into FOCUS by district
November 2 - Teacher access to GradeQuick will be shut off (2 weeks allowed for grade changes and eprinting gradebook spreadsheets)
November 9– GradeQuick (the old gradebook) will be turned off
December 1 - Due date for teachers to back up any Edline folder content - instructions can be found online at https://goo.gl/5Vj3Xs
December 31 – D-day for Edline (This is the final day that the servers that house all of our Edline info will be accessible. This is not a deadline we can adjust; it is out of our control. Anything not downloaded and saved by this date will be gone.)
Status of 1/29/18
Edline and GradeQuick (electronic gradebooks) are going end of life in December 2018. At this time, the district is planning to move from Edline to Blackboard Web Manager for district, school, and teacher websites. There are no hard dates at this time.
Since Blackboard doesn't have a viable gradebook alternative, we will be moving from GradeQuick Web platform to the GradeQuick network platform where all gradebooks will be housed on school servers.
Some of you may be wondering why we are not looking for a replacement for GradeQuick. Well, after the debacle with EDR for a new SIS (Student Information System), searching for a new gradebook solution is not the smart option right now. Many SIS's come with LMS's (Learning Management System) and gradebooks within. So it is in the best interest of all to first choose a new SIS, then an LMS that will hopefully incorporate a gradebook.