|Login||Tab: High School and Beyond||Tab: Graduation Monitor|
|Completion Status||Tab: Career Planner||Other|
|Tab: High School and Beyond: Tasks||Tab: Four-Year Plan||Calendar Learning Sessions|
The High School and Beyond Plan is a graduation requirement for every student. It's a process for students, parents, and teachers to guide students through high school and think about their future. Plans are personalized and designed to help students set, visualize, and work to achieve goals.
Our High School and Beyond Bundle contains many valuable features that allow students to investigate careers, take self-assessments to understand their personalities better and build their resumes to prepare them for the leap after high school.
Required Elements of the High School and Beyond Plan,
The requirements of the High School and Beyond Plan are described in RCW 28A.230.090 and WAC 180-51-220. Decisions about whether a student has met the High School and Beyond Plan requirements are made locally per RCW 28A.230.080.
Login (back to Quick Links)
To begin, log into https://[STUDENTSDISTRICT].schooldata.net/v2/high-school-and-beyond/#/educator
If you are having trouble logging in, resetting your password is the quickest way to fix it. Please contact your district's School Data Solutions Administrator if you need help with your username or password.
Logging onto High School and Beyond presents a Home Page with easy navigation for the user. In addition, the left navigation menu has been designed to explain various actions.
Completion Status (back to Quick Links)
In Student Completion, with Select a Student, Educators can access all of a single student’s High School and Beyond application information.
Enter or select the student search parameters on the screen and click Search. For example, if you are assigned a school or a class, this may automatically provide a list of students. Or click the Student Group option to search by a specific group of students.
When you find the student, click the magnifying glass to open a spotlight on the student.
The view opens with the selected student, with tabs for each High School and Beyond Bundle application.
NOTE: You can use the Previous Student and Next Student buttons in the top right to “scroll” through your searched list.
To access various areas for the selected student, hover on a specific application to see other options. Then, click an area from the drop-down to go to that location.
Tab: High School and Beyond: Tasks (back to Quick Links)
You will be presented with the student's High School and Beyond Tasks. Click on one of the blue hyperlinks to review an activity. (example: 9th Grade>SMART Goals.) Once you click on the activity, it will open a new browser tab for you to review.
Now that you have reviewed the student’s work go back to the browser tab of tasks. Click on the Meter Icon next to the activity to approve or revise it. The Meter icon to the right of each task indicates the student’s progress.
The Grey meter indicates that the student still needs to finish the task.
Next to the Meter Indicator is also a Communication Message icon. This will open a pop-up window for adding/reviewing further comments and messages as needed.
Click + Add Record to add a message or comment.
A pop-up Task Message window will appear.
To Edit/Delete a message, click on the Row Action & Options gear icon to the right of the communication.
A Green checkmark means the Educator has marked this task as “Approved,” and the student has completed/finished the activity.
A Red checkmark means the Educator has marked this as “Revisions Requested,” The student needs to go back to the activity and make edits.
An Orange checkmark means the student has marked this activity as “Complete,” and it is pending approval/review by the educator.
Flyer icon - Notice the icon in the top right corner. This reflects whether the student has acknowledged the review of Financial Aide Information. For example, green means the student has acknowledged the review of Financial Aide Information. Orange means the student has NOT acknowledged the review of Financial Aide Information.
High School and Beyond Plan is Complete - Educators can click this button once the student has completed OSPI’s requirements. Students will only see this button once it is checked off. If you mark the student's High School and Beyond Plan as complete in Skyward/Powerschool, it will check off in our system. IT DOES NOT WORK THE OTHER WAY AROUND. Marking the student’s plan as complete in our system does not check it off in Skyward/Powershcool.
Print Report -Download the report specifically for students’ OSPI requirements for this student.
Tab: High School and Beyond (back to Quick Links)
Hover over the High School Beyond Tab and select Assessment Scores, Review, Student Learning Plans, and Graduation Pathways.
|Assessments - Review various Assessment Tests, Scores, whether they Met Standard and any Messages.|
|Reviews - Name, School Year, Grade Level, Reviewed by Parent or Educator, Review Date, and Notes|
|8th Grade Student Learning Plan|
|Graduation Pathways - Student Details, Post Secondary Graduation Pathway, Career/Technical Field Graduation Pathway, Military Career Interest Pathway, Emergency Waiver, Met Washington State History Requirement, Met High School and Beyond Requirement|
Tab: Career Planner (back to Quick Links)
Hover over the Career Planner tab and click Portfolio. This will display what the student has accomplished in their Portfolio.
The Self-Assessment section will display how many attempts the student has taken and their completion by percentage. Students must complete all three self-assessments at least once. These self-assessments reveal their Preferences, Interests, and Skills. Taking these assessments will gauge their interest in different careers and, when finished, will generate results based on their personality and preferences. It is recommended they take the self-assessments multiple times to see how their results change throughout their high school journey. (For example, one set in 9th grade, another in 10th grade, 11th grade, or 12th grade, etc.)
The Careers, Career Clusters, Programs, and Schools sections will display the careers/institutions the student has “hearted” (Favorited).
The Experiences, Recognitions, Compositions, Goals, and Add Files are further tasks completed in the Career Planner.
See the Career Planner Section for more information.
Tab: Four-Year Plan (back to Quick Links)
Here is where a Student can create/review what has been done in the Four-Year Plan application. There will be several views by hovering over the tab: Four Year Plan.
|The summary displays the student's progress in finishing their Four Year Plan.|
|Details display specific information the student enters, including their Plan's Name, Preferred Career, Graduation Pathway, and Post-Secondary Plan.|
|The Schedule displays what courses the student planned vs. the actual schedule.|
|Post Secondary Plan||
Reflection Questions - What am I? What can I come? How will I come to that?
Post Secondary Plan: Personalized Pathway - What is your plan after high school graduation?
Experiences - Work Experience, Internship/Activities/Leadership, Awards
For further information, see Four Year Plans.
Tab: Graduation Monitor (back to Quick Links)
By hovering over the tab Graduation Monitor, Educators can select the Graduation Summary.
The Graduation Summary displays a Graduation Tracker Bar. The bar displays where the student currently stands credit-wise. (Completed, Scheduled, Planned, Anticipated, Needed, Waived, Manual) In addition, next to each subject is a black number (Ex: English 4) showing how many credits are required per subject to Graduate.
|Graduation Monitor Details - Lists the student’s credits in a data table format. Requirement, Course Details, Required Credits, Earned Credits, Completed Credits, Manual Credits, Scheduled Credits, Planned Credits, Need Credits, Status, Requirement Type, and Reporting Type|
|Assigned Earned Credits to Graduation Requirements - List the Term, Period, Course Code, Course Name, CIP Code, Teacher, Graduation Requirement, Credits Earned, Grade, Was Adjusted (Y/N), Substitution (Y/N), and Student Custom (Y/N)|
|Dual Credit Courses - Course, School Year, Term, State Code, Period, Teacher, Earned Credit, Applied Credit, Unused Credit, Credit Status, Grade, Application Codes, Credits are Shared, Credits are Duplicated|
|Credits by Grade Level - School Year, Grade Level, Total Credits, Course Details|
See Graduation Monitor for more information.
Other (back to Quick Links)
See Future Ready Skills for more information.
See Readiness Indicators for more information.
Assignments/Worksheets - Links to various assignments and worksheets may be added for students here.
Click + Add Record. A new pop-up window will appear. Add the Title, URL Link, Date, and any Comments, then click Add in the top right corner.
Links may be edited or deleted by clicking the Row Actions & Options button.
Calendar Learning Sessions (back to Quick Links)
When looking at the Calendar Learning Sessions, Students can see upcoming events. To see the event's details, students must click on the event, and a pop-up will appear.
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