Educators can use this article to find a students High School and Beyond Task page and how to use the page to review students progress.
1.)[district].schooldata.net/hsb (Replace [district] with your district)
2.) Left Hand Navigation: Student Completion >> Select a Student
3.) Search: Students name who you want to review
4.) Once you search for the student you will then click on the magnifying glass next to the students name to spotlight them
5.) Next you will be presented with the students High School and Beyond Task page. On this page we have worked with the district to identify all of the HSB tasks we want the students to be completing per grade level.
6.) When a student finishes an activity, they will click the Meter Icons to the right of the activity to “Mark it Complete”. Doing so turns the Meter Icon Yellow.
A Yellow icon lets you know, as an educator, that a student has finished and is awaiting your approval.
7.) Start reviewing by clicking on one of the blue hyperlinked activities that the student has marked as completed (for this example we will look at the students 10th grade “Educational Goals”).
8.) Once you click on the activity a new browser tab will appear and takes you to the location where the student completed the activity. Using the Educational Goal as an example, here is what that looks like:
9.) Now that you have seen the students work, you will go back to the browser tab that has the students High School and Beyond Tasks.
10.) Click on the Meter Icon next to that activity to either mark it “Approved” which will turn it Green, or “Revisions Requested” which gives you the option to email the student with what changes you’d like for them to make and it will turn the Meter Icon Red.
Here is an example of what each color looks like:
Orange checkmark: The Student has marked the activity as “Completed - Pending Approval”
Green checkmark: An educator has marked this activity “Approved”
Red checkmark: An educator has marked this activity as “Revisions Requested”
On the students' High School and Beyond Task page on the top right you will notice different icons.
Flyer Icon: This is a quick way to see if the student has checked off the box confirming they have received Financial Aid information (this can be found by students in the Four Year Plan application.) If the student has checked off the box, this icon will be Green. If the student has not checked off the box, this icon will be yellow.
“High School and Beyond Plan is Complete'' button: Once the student has completed all of OSPI’s requirements educators can click on this button. The students will only see this button once it is checked off. If you mark the student’s HSBP as complete in Skyward/Powerschool, it will check off in our system (it does not work the other way around. Marking the students' plan as complete in our system does not check it off in Skyward/Powerschool.)
“Print Report” button: We have a report specifically for students OSPI requirements. From this page you could download the report for this student.
Commonly asked questions:
Q: Why are some of the activities not hyperlinks for me?
A: The activities will become hyperlinks for educators once the student enters information for them. If a student marks an activity as “Completed” but you are unable to to click on said activity, that means the student has not actually completed it.
Q: Who can mark students' HSB Task as approved or revisions requested?
A: Any educator who is associated with a student can mark their activities.
Q: Why are the students Self Assessments “Approved” when I did not mark them as such?
A: Self Assessments, when completed at 100%, will automatically approve. This was a request from a district and makes sense because there is nothing for the educator to review. The student cannot give “fake” or “wrong” answers for the Self Assessments, so once it is completed the system will approve them.
Q: Can I approve tasks from prior years?
A: Yes. If you know that your current 10th grader completed a task in 9th grade you are welcome to approve that 9th grade activity.
If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to email@example.com