Salem district set to offer new tool for parents of elementary school students
Two years ago, the district began using the software for information such as attendance and schedules at the middle and high schools, according to Superintendent Michael Delahanty.
“Now we’re ready to roll out information at the elementary school level,” said Delahanty.
School Board member Michael Carney asked Delahanty if there were any concerns with the staff use of Infinite Campus.
“The only concern we’ve experienced is the timeliness of entering grades,” Delahanty said. He said he has heard from some parents concerned that the student grades have not been entered into the system as fast as they could be.
“I think most of our teachers are working to make sure this is done in a timely manner,” Delahanty said.
Delahanty said there is a dedicated server for Infinite Campus that should handle the increased use. He also said the licensing fee for the product goes by the student population of the district and not the total number of students using the product, so the licensing fee would not increase.
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