Great news! The Disciplinary module now supports custom fields. You can create a variety of fields (text, dates and even dropdown), and even organize them into sections.
Check it out!
In a recent post, we highlighted how the Gaia Plan on QuickSchools works great for Preschools. If your preschool also offers the Montessori curriculum, there is now an App in the QuickSchools App Store where you can make assessments in line with the Montessori Method.
Here’s an example of what the Montessori Assessment App can record for any particular student:
- Record progress / observations on specific work goals / objectives. This includes the level of progress (Presented, Practiced of Mastered) as well as when the observation was made. You can even add comments.
- You can also add general notes independent of the work list.
To install the app, just go the App Store, and review/install the Montessori Assessment App: Read more…
Summer is coming to an end, and we’ve released a new feature for the new school year (more new features will be announced soon). If you open a student record on your QuickSchools account, and click on the “Actions” dropdown, there is now an option to “Print Profile”:
When you click on it, there will be some additional options on how what you want to display on the PDF profile: Read more…
Here at QuickSchools, we cater to a wide variety of schools, thanks to the simplicity and flexibility that we have to offer. We keep your student data safe, by employing the latest standard in network security, and by backing up your data both in real-time and daily to a separate secure location. Your data is not shared with any other external parties either.
For preschools in particular, the Gaia Plan is quite useful, as it provides an entry-level set of features which incorporates all the benefits mentioned above. And with our new QuickSchools App Store, you can also pick-and-choose specific apps that suit your school.
Here are some benefits to starting with the Gaia Plan: Read more…
A little known enhancement that was released on QuickSchools earlier this year: You can now change the default attendance when taking attendance. So instead of having all students appear as “Present” by default (when you click “Take Attendance”), you can set the default as “Absent” or even as “Not Yet Taken”.
The configuration screen is available under the “Attendance” > “Attendance Settings” screen (if you have it enabled): Read more…
Wonderful news! We are now offering integration with QuickBooks Online via an App in the QuickSchools App Store. The app is still in private beta (as of Aug 11, 2014), so if you don’t see it on your App Store menu, please come chat with us to request access.
This first beta version will allow users to do the following:
- Connect with your QuickBooks Online Account
- Map products/services in your QuickBooks Online Account with Fee Tracking Categories in your QuickSchools Account.
- Map customers in your QuickBooks Online Account with either students or primary payers (for Family Billing) in your QuickSchools account. If customers have not been created in your QuickBooks Online Account, you can export them (exported records will be mapped automatically)
- Export Charges, Invoices and Payments from your Fee Tracking Module in QuickSchools into your QuickBooks Account
|Fee Tracking Categories||Products / Services|
|Students / Primary Payer||Customer / Accounts|
|Fee Tracking Charges, Invoices and Payments||Invoices and Payments|
In this article, we’ll run through a few quick steps on setting up integration with your QuickBooks Online account. For a list of supported countries check out:
The first time you access the QuickBooks App, you will be faced with the following screen:
Simply click on the “Connect to QuickBooks” button to log into QuickBooks. The following login screen should pop-up:
Once connection has been established, you’ll be faced with the following options: Read more…
Have you seen the new Comments Bank app? It let’s schools create a system of comments for adding to Report Cards, which makes it a great tool for schools with a lot of students. If it sounds like it might be useful to you, read on! We’ll be taking a quick look at the app and how to use it.
Admins can install the app from the App Store. Head to the Teacher Apps section to find it.