Although summer has just begun and school might be far from everyone’s minds the Duchesne County School District wants parents to know that there is major change in the works. The school district’s learning management system, The Unified Classroom platform, has officially ended its use as of Friday, May 31st. The new system that will be used in the upcoming fall class is called Canvas. According to Duchesne County School District, there is a general excitement about the change. James Sasser with the district’s IT department says, “it’s the system that all the universities in Utah and most of the school districts are already using.” One of the reasons that the district is informing the public so early is that to access any student grades, attendance records or summer lunch balances, parents will need to login to Power School platform because the Unified Classroom access won’t work. The IT department realizes that it has been a few years since they have used that platform and many parents might not remember their login. “It might take parents some time to get through the transition, which is why we’re starting now,” says DCSD Curriculum Director Jason Young. “We want to make sure everything is in place before registration.”
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