ProgressBook Student Information is an integrated, web-based K-12 student information system (SIS) built for Ohio districts to meet the needs of the entire school community. This SIS software has many modules for districts to manage their operations including:
- Student enrollment and contact information
- Medical records
- Report cards
- Graduation eligibility
- Proficiency assessments
- State reporting
- Course scheduling
- Third-party application integration
Additional ProgressBook Services Available: ProgressBook Suite Add-On Products
Login to ProgressBook
Login to Public Module to enter course requests
Login to ParentAccess website
ProgressBook META Play Environment
Microsoft Reporting Services
To Submit a Helpdesk Ticket, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
VENDOR RELEASE FORMS
Custom Extract Vendor Release Form
Vendor Release form for file transfer to vendor, to login use username is META-districts\[Student Information Username] and your Student Information Password.
VendorLink Vendor Release Form
Vendor Release form for VendorLink access, to login use username is META-districts\[Student Information Username] and your Student Information Password.
ProgressBook Suite, Add-On Products
Make the most of your ProgressBook experience with these additional add-on products:
The GradeBook module makes managing the classroom and monitoring student progress much easier for teachers and administrators. GradeBook can be administered centrally and is equipped with online lesson plans, online grade book, attendance tracking, report cards and much more. It also includes control of ProgressBook Parent Access which allows parents and students to see student progress and grades online.
The SpecialServices module simplifies special education documentation, progress tracking, educator collaborating and state compliance and reporting, allowing educators to spend less time on paperwork and more time in the classroom.
As part of the ProgressBook Suite, DataMap is offered as a student analytics tool that collects years of trending and historical assessment data to provide teachers with specific, actionable benchmarks to teach and emphasize to students. Not only does this data help students gain differentiated instruction, but it also helps to improve standardized test scores and much more.