Edupoint information system adopted in Oregon

Edupoint Educational Systems, an Irvine-based designer and vendor of K-12 student information management systems, has been selected as the exclusive information systems provider by the statewide Oregon Student information System Consortium (OSIS).
The consortium, headed by a steering committee comprised of members from five different Oregon school districts, worked with OSIS members and the Oregon Department of Education to identify student information system (SIS) needs, to select a single SIS that will serve the needs of all the Education Service Districts and school districts in the state.


“One of the benefits of a single student information system is that it makes gathering data for state reporting more efficient,” says Rick Wahlstrom, chief information officer of the Northwest Regional ESD. “State and federal reporting requirements are ever increasing and the Edupoint solution offers better access to existing data elements and improves the ability for districts to manage the collection of new elements. We look forward to working with our district partners to implement Synergy.”

Edupoint’s Synergy Student Information System was unanimously selected by OSIS. The Synergy Education Platform is a true-web SIS that includes a comprehensive feature set and reporting capabilities, as well as the Synergy TeacherVUE Gradebook, which allows educators to track results and create individualized lesson plans. ParentVUE and StudentVUE web portals allow parents and students to keep track of information relating to assignments, attendance, grades and discipline in real time. Another feature is Synergy Special Education, which creates a customized workflow and helps in building and saving individualized education plans, allowing for a collaborative environment and streamlining the special education process.

“We are excited to have been selected by OSIS as the student information system provider for Oregon,” says Robert Weathers, founder and CEO of Edupoint. “Our growth reflects the maturation of our solutions into a powerful student data management platform for education and affirms the benefits derived from engaging all the stakeholders in the education process. This is a true milestone for our organization, and we look forward to having current – and future – OSIS member districts and ESDs join the Edupoint family.”

At a later date, OSIS will have the opportunity to add LessonVUE, which allows instructors to manage lesson plans and design effective curricula via data-driven reports on student performance.

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