You will need Windows with Internet Explorer 5.5 or greater.
The application can be accessed at any time. Please be aware that the application cannot be accessed during scheduled maintenance which takes place every third weekend each month for a few hours.
Currently, the superintendent makes the decision of which individuals within a district's central office has access.
Absolutely. The application can be accessed from any district network location where a high-speed internet connection is available.
The temporary password will not give you access to the application. Use it to create a password of your own choosing by following the directions in the email. Watch the video now (Duration: 1:57)
Student level information can be sent to SAS provided that the identifier column that is used to identify the student is not a social security number or a name. An example of an acceptable student identifier is a district identification number that is unique to the student.
Teacher level information can be sent to SAS provided that the identifier column that is used to identify the teacher is not a name or social security number. An example of an acceptable teacher identifier isa district identification number that is unique to the teacher.
The district is provided a secure file transfer protocol (FTP) site to which data can be uploaded by a district's designated technical contact.
This happens monthly at a time mutually agreed upon between the district and the SAS project team. Typically the district selects a time when regular updating in the district occurs.
Please allow 24 hours for your district's information to update in the application.
In general the application can accept most forms of data. Common data formats include, but are not limited to, Microsoft Excel Files (*.xls), Comma Separated Files (*.csv), Text Files (*.txt) and Microsoft Database Files (*.mdb).
It is not appropriate to send social security numbers or student names to SAS. Please watch the instructional video to review the steps of how to properly prepare data before sending. Watch the video now (Duration: 4:09 minutes).
Transferring files to SAS is similar to the process of attaching documents in an email. Watch the video now (Duration: 2:01 minutes).
Simply save your .xlsx file as a .csv file. This option can be found under the Save As command. Follow these steps: File -> Save As -> Other Formats -> choose .csv. Please watch the instructional video to review the steps of how to convert a .xslx file to a .csv file. Watch the video now (Duration: 2:08 minutes).
Student attendance, teacher attendance, discipline infraction/actions, student enrollment and financial data.
Please send your e-mail to the following address: ondemandK12@sas.com