News & Updates
MiSiS Grade Passback (MGP 2.0)
The Personalized Learning Systems (PLS) department has released an update to the existing MiSiS Grade Passback application. The new MiSiS Grade Passback 2.0 (MGP 2.0) application has an updated look and feel and incorporates new features to help teachers submit grades to MiSiS.
The new MGP 2.0 is an up to date version of the original grade passback app, introducing new features requested by teachers. The MGP 2.0 app provides teachers with expandable student rows to display previous grading period marks and MiSiS attendance. The app incorporates a better color coding for easier identification of publishing status, grade distribution counts, and more. The new MGP 2.0 app is also closely tied to MiSiS for better data validation, reducing the number of sync errors encountered with the previous version.
The new MiSiS Grade Passback 2.0 is available to secondary schools that opt-in as early adopters. Schools interested in getting early access can submit the Opt-in form http://bit.ly/MGP2optin. Beginning January 11, 2022, all teachers will have access to the MGP 2.0 app. All teachers should transition over to the MGP 2.0 app before the end of the 2021-2022 school year. The MiSiS Grade Passback (MGP 1.0) app will no longer be available after June 30, 2022. For more information about MGP 2.0, visit https://achieve.lausd.net/mgp2.
Elementary Grade PassBack (EGP)
Elementary Grade Passback (EGP) will be available within Schoology for all elementary schools during the 2019-20 school year. Information about EGP is available at https://achieve.lausd.net/egp. The EGP app allows teachers to submit (i.e. passback) grades and marks to MiSiS from the Schoology gradebook for all report card elements.
Several elementary schools piloted the EGP app last school year. A complete list of these schools can be viewed at http://bit.ly/EGPschools
Why a Learning Management System?
Schoology supports the District’s commitment to 21st century learning by equipping teacher with a robust digital tool that supports distance and blended learning opportunities.
Implementing a learning management system will be key in preparing all students to be digital learners who use technology tools to graduate ready for success in college and careers.
- LMS Online Gradebook Policy
BUL-2332.7 - Elementary School Progress Report Marking Practices and Procedures
The elementary progress report policy is designed to develop a consistent, comprehensive system for reporting student progress. This includes measures for early identification of students at risk of not meeting grade level standards and for early systems of parent notification in accordance with California Education Code, Sections 48070 and 48070.5. The elementary progress report is computerized and will continue to be implemented at all elementary school sites.
Learning Management System Online Gradebook Grade Entry Minimum Requirements At-A-Glance
Attachment B from BUL-2332.7, The LMS Online Gradebook Grade Entry Minimum Requirements At-A-Glance, outlines grade entry requirements expected for 2018 - 2021.
REF-6302.2 - Elementary Official Roll Book
The purpose of this Reference guide is to provide the definition of an elementary roll book and all of its required components for the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). Included are procedures for inputting assignments and student marks in the Learning Management System (LMS) and certifying roll book records. Procedures for properly saving and destroying documents are detailed.
RF-6294.3 - Secondary Official Roll Book
The purpose of this Reference Guide is to provide the definition of a roll book and all of its required components for the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD).
Included are procedures for inputting student marks in the Learning Management System (LMS) and verifying course records within My Integrated Student Information System (MiSiS).
Online Gradebook Notification Letter
On May 9, 2017, the Board of Education approved funding and implementation of the Learning Management System (LMS), Schoology. The Modified Consent Decrees mandates the use of an integrated online gradebook. Beginning with the start of the 2017-2018 school year, the use of the Schoology gradebook, which integrates with MiSiS, will be implemented at all secondary schools as required by the Modified Consent Decree. Learn more...
System Status: Schoology
The application is up and available to all users.