Family Module

Details in the Attendance Office
What is ISIS (Integrated Student Information System)?
ISIS is a major, web-based, District-wide project, which is integrating student information from early education, to K-12, to adult education into a single database.
What is the ISIS Family Module and Family Module Pilot?
The ISIS Family Module is an online informational tool that will be available to parents/guardians (and, eventually, students). It is an easy way to obtain up-to-the-minute information on your child. Garfield High School was chosen to be one of the pilot schools to try out the ISIS Family Module.
What can you check?
  • During the Pilot: Student attendance and progress report marks
  • In the future: Additional information, including schedules, graduation requirements, and discipline.
When will this be available to me?
Parent/guardian access to the ISIS Family Module is planned for later this school year.
How will I get access?
You will be able to submit an application form at back to school night. Once the Family Module pilot is ready, we will notify parents.
What training will be available?
Various training methods are being discussed. Working with our parent volunteers, we plan to offer several ways, such as classes, one-on-one, and online instruction.
What else should I know?
Parents/guardians should have basic computer skills before using the Module. For information regarding training and support for Garfield High School’s Family Module, please contact Mr. Frank Rodriguez, Attendance Office or Mr. Cesar Fuentes, Community Room.
Parent involvement impacts student achievement!
When parents are involved, students have:
  • Higher grades, test scores, and graduation rates
  • Better school attendance
  • Increased motivation
  • Better self-esteem
  • Lower rates of suspension
  • Decreased use of drugs and alcohol
  • Improved behavior
Be involved in your child’s academic achievement!
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