Get Creative with PD

Tuesday October 24th 4:00-6:00PM learn how to turn vocab or spelling words more.

Change, Reset and Unlock

Register a recovery email and/or phone number for your TCCSA accounts.

Registration is open now

Three modes of professional development to renew your certificate!

A Visit from Google

Sign up for Google's Expeditions AR Pilot program for this school more

New Tech Standards

ISTE & Ohio have new student standards. Check them out here...

A new eMail Look

Your email will be getting a facelift this summer. Here are a few tips to getting around...

An LMS built right into your Grade book

Interested in learning more?... read more.

Take an Online course through TCCSA

Anytime, Anywhere! Earn PD credit that fits your schedule. read more...

Parent Access on Mobile Devices

Do your users want a ParentAccess mobile app?

Phishing - Email Attack

Your e-mailbox may be the target of phishing; a scam to do harm to your computer or collect personal information.  Rest assured, TCCSA will_never_request your account name and password to be sent to us via email.

Professional Development Info

HB410 Update

Please click here for a PPT presentation from the OEDSA conference from Software Answers.  This presentation will show you the reports and incident screens for HB410 that they hope to have out in the next couple of weeks for their Phase 1.


HB410 ProgressBook Task List


A new eMail Look

Your email will be getting a facelift this summer. Here are a few tips to getting around...

New Help Desk System

In order to create a new ticket in the Cherwell Service Desk portal, you will need to navigate to this address:

User Name = TCCSA\ (Same user name as Progress Book or DASL) 

Example = TCCSA\wstr_name



In a recent news release, ISTE offered the following top five trends to watch this school year.


Mountain Heights Academy, located in West Jordan, Utah, is the 2017 Student Voices Award winner.

U.S. Dept. of Ed Grant Priorities Push School Choice Plus STEM

The Secretary for the U.S. Department of Education is taking public comments on her proposed priorities for $700 million in discretionary grants the agency will issue annually in the coming years.

Employer Advice Most Valued, Least Used in Choosing College Major

While previous studies have examined the long-term impacts of college choice and majors on career opportunities and economic mobility, less understood is how students decide what to study.