A release announcement will be posted on PowerSchool Community when the installer is available for download. Refer to 2020 State Reporting Releases for release dates.
|CEDARS E Student Schedule File Update
E-Student Schedule File 2019-2020: Version 19.1
|CEDARS H File Update
CEDARS - H - Student Grade History File: Version 19.1
CEDARS - H - Student Grade History File now pulls grades from all high school equivalent courses, including courses that can be taken at the middle school (grades 4-6).
|CEDARS S File Update for Action Duration
S - Students Restrained or Isolated File 2019-2020: Version 19.1
The Action Duration field for the CEDARS S file report now reports decimal values to the tenth place instead of to the hundredth place, per state requirements. Additionally, when the value is greater than zero but less than 0.25, the value is rounded up to 0.5 as 0 is not an allowed value.
|Incident Management Data Entry Update: Behaviors
The Incident Management seeding script was setting the comment_enable_state field as null for behavior subcodes. When a behavior subcode was selected while creating an incident, without first modifying the code through the UI, the page submission would fail.
The Incident Management seeding script is updated to populate the comment_enable_state field with the default value of 'Disabled,' which ensures that newly seeded records have the correct value going forward. Note: Another script updates the value for any records already seeded incorrectly. If you are affected by this issue, you do not need to re-run the load script.
|State Language Fields Do Not Display for Read-only Security Group Users
Read-only Access users will see all four Language fields and selected values for students:
If the field does not have a value, the field will still display on the page, but the value column will be blank.
|Updates to Enrollment Entry/Exit Date Validations
On the Edit Enrollment pages, the validation that checks whether the Exit Date overlaps another enrollment is fixed to allow the date to exactly match the start date of the subsequent enrollment. This is a valid setup and should not be flagged as incorrect. Additionally, those validations that apply to only one date or the other (outside defined terms, overlaps another enrollment, before/after course enrollment) are now displayed only under the offending field, not both. The validations that apply equally to both fields (exit date before entry dates are in different year terms) continue to be displayed under both fields.
|Washington State Transcript 2008 and Beyond Update
Washington State Transcript 2008 and beyond: Version 2.9