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Calendar Color Key:       Student/EMIS Services       Library Services       Fiscal Services       Other

The purpose of the library user group is to form collaborative relationships and share expertise relative to library and information services among Trumbull and Ashtabula County library/media professionals.  Each meeting offers access to new library-related resources and information.  Specific agendas are tailored to each unique meeting.  You can view previous meetings here.

These sessions will demonstrate how to mass load course requests onto students in SIS for the purpose of next year scheduling. Both of the following will be explained in detail: 1. Entering course requests in mass, by grade level, and 2. Entering course requests in mass onto students in NEXT school year by creating ad hoc memberships in the current year, and then mass assigning specific course requests onto the same groups of students, in next school year:

For buildings that utilize the Public Module and allow their students to select any course requests ‘online:’ If need be, there will be a brief section of this training that will discuss the slight differences in how ‘publically-viewable courses’ need to be constructed in order for students to see them online and for students to be able to request them online.

When this training is in-person, there will be an Open Lab immediately following the training, and last until 3:00 p.m. if need be.


This training will cover entering discipline information into SIS, how to generate discipline letters, and generate various discipline reports. 

These sessions will discuss the process of bulk scheduling elementary students, beginning with bulk adding students into homerooms, updating course sections with teacher and room changes, updating and verifying course groups, and bulk assigning students into appropriate grade level course group sections. We will also review how to individually add homerooms onto students and how to individually schedule a block of courses onto single students, as well as how to generate helpful reports to verify class lists and homeroom lists. Please bring any Master Schedule changes, including teacher names and room numbers, with you, as well as have access to homeroom lists that are electronic and preferably in an Excel format with student names AND student ID numbers.


These sessions will provide an overview of gifted processing, including how NEOMIN performs mass updates of gifted screening information, as well as how districts can best enter assessed and identified data for their gifted students and the process of entering program codes for served students. We will also review how to generate helpful reports with which to verify all gifted information, from both StudentInformation and from the Analytics Hub.

These sessions will be an overview of the entire report card process for ALL K-12 buildings. We will discuss refreshing GPAs, generating helpful reports to verify grade entry, generating report cards from SIS, as well as generating elementary Standards Based Report Cards from GradeBook, and how to generate various reports that can be helpful to verify student earned marks. Instruction will also be given and explain how to generate an honor roll report in Excel, as well as perfect attendance report generation.

These sessions will discuss every part of the pre-scheduling process for ALL grade levels and all buildings. Topics discussed will include mention of what items in StudentInformation have possibly been copied into your building’s 2024-25 school year already, and how and when NEOMIN will copy your students into the next school year. The sessions will also provide a complete overview of how courses should be created (elementary, secondary and CCP courses) and how they should be coded, as well as demonstrate an overview of how course sections (the Master Schedule) should be created and/or updated. We will review how to generate helpful reports that will aid in course and section verification, as well as discuss how to create and utilize course groups (blocks) in the scheduling process, and how to maintain and update homerooms, in StudentInformation. These sessions will also briefly discuss how to transfer new students enrolled in the current year, from current year to next school year, individually.

These sessions will not only provide an overview of how the batch scheduler works and how to best utilize it, but we will also discuss various, important ‘next steps’ in the scheduling process, specifically for those buildings that have already added general course requests onto all of their students.

We will demonstrate how to best work from a student’s request screen and ‘hand schedule’ special circumstance students into exact course sections, how to generate request verification reports, as well as what exactly to do before, during, and after the batch scheduler is generated.

A troubleshooting, batch scheduler open lab will take place immediately following the training, in which a building can assess the batch scheduler statistics tabs and certain generated reports in StudentInformation, such as the R426, in order to determine whether course sections may need updated, created, etc., in order to schedule more students into their course requests.

To help assure our districts are receiving the maximum amount of funding that they are entitled to for special education students, NEOMIN is offering a training session for all staff who are involved in the entering/reporting of special education data.  This 2 hour training session will focus on the reporting of special education data in EMIS and is designed to help improve the understanding of the EMIS special education reporting process. 

This course will cover creating both an express and a standard report through the Report Designer System.  The training will cover pulling information contained in one view as well as combining information from two views.  

This training session will cover how to prepare eFP payroll for Fiscal Year End. This will cover STRS, how to change contracts for the new year, how to update leave balances


An abundant number of reports provided by ODE as well as StudentInformation ad hoc reports can be viewed in an Excel format.  Therefore, in order to assist users with reviewing and managing Excel report information, NEOMIN is offering a basic Excel class.  Below is a list of topics that will covered in this training.

Opening reports in Excel, parts of the screen, wrapping text in the header row, freezing top row, expanding all columns, sorting, filtering, renaming sheets in a workbook, adding sheets in a workbook, shortcut keys, and creating simple formulas.

This class is intended for EMIS Coordinators and will cover maintaining EMIS Sub-calendars.  It will also cover entering EMIS Calendar Exceptions through both the Calendar Exception Maintenance Screen and the Bulk Calendar Exception Maintenance Screen.

This class will cover adding new salary schedules and new calendars for the next school year. 

These sessions will cover End-of-Year state reporting.  These sessions are open to all personnel who will be required to enter data for Student reporting including Building Secretaries, EMIS Coordinators, counselors, etc... 

This ESC Open Lab will not include the ESC training session, but be a dedicated Open Lab for those wishing to update and/or complete ESC scheduling for their buildings. Registrants should bring with them a list of all district ESC students, as we will work on updating or completing the scheduling of all ESC students per district.

Ohio law outlines the course requirements all students must complete to earn a diploma.  Ohio students must earn a minimum of 20 course units in specified subject area.  During this training, NEOMIN will work with districts to review the Core Summary records currently being reported to ODE for students to assist with accurate data reporting.  ODE is reviewing this data to monitor a student’s progress towards graduation.

This class will cover a very generic summary of Graduation Requirements but will focus on coding data in SIS so that ODE gets all of the correct information they need to show the student as a graduate.  Topics will include what is required to show students meeting Course Requirements, Demonstrating Competency or Alternative Competency Measures, and Demonstrating Readiness.

These sessions will cover an overview of the new Ad Hoc Report Writer.  Users will learn to create a Standard Report using more than onve view.  These sissions are open to any SIS user.

NOTE: Users must be proficient with creating Ad Hoc Reports covered in the Beginning Ad Hoc training BEFORE attending this traing session.

To build upon what is covered in the Basic Excel class, NEOMIN is now offering an Intermediate Excel class.  It is recommended that you attend a Basic Excel class before attending the Intermediate Excel, unless you are already familiar with all the topics covered in the Basic Excel class. 

Further instruction with examples will be given on concatenate, conditional formatting, and filtering on Excel data and breaking the data down into multiple sheets. 

Instruction will also be given on the Vlookup function.  The Vlookup function is a function that requires a lot of practice.  Therefore, we plan to provide instruction on when and how to create a formula using the Vlookup function and then go through several examples using this function.  This part of the training is going to be interactive.  Time will be allotted during the training for all participants to practice.

This workshop will focus on library collection weeding techniques and reports.

This training will cover entering items, reports and fiscal year end closing for the new Inventory system. 

This training will cover Staff EMIS for the beginning of the school year

Hardware – If your district will provide devices to ALL students in a grade level, the district does not have to report an individual program code for each student in that grade level.  If a device is not being given to each student in a grade level, the appropriate Hardware program code must be reported for each student.

Each district/building needs to determine how they will collect this data for the 2021-22 school year.  Under each student’s ProfileàCustom tab is a field entitled ODE-Device-Student Access.  This field is not school year specific.  A building can use this field to track this information.  However, Hardware program codes STILL need to be reported for each student if a device is not given to each student in the grade level.  

Connectivity - ODE is collecting connectivity information for each student via a Program Code.  For each student, report the level of internet connectivity available for a student to do schoolwork within the student’s primary residence.

Each district/building needs to determine how they will collect this data for the 2021-22 school year.  Under each student’s ProfileàCustom tab is a field entitled ODE-Connect-Internet.  This field is not school year specific.  A building can use this field to track this information.  However, Connectivity program codes STILL need to be reported for each student.

This training will explain how to mass add Hardware and Connectivity program codes to students.

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