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Technology Committee Update, New Courses on Monday Bernards BOE Agenda

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Credits: By Linda Sadlouskos
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BERNARDS TWP., NJ - An update report from the Technology Steering Committee is on the Monday, Nov. 27 agenda for the Bernards Board of Education, along with the approval of new courses for this school year, and any other items due to come up in the public comment section of the meeting.

The school board is scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. at Ridge High School's Performing Arts Center at 268 S. Finley Ave. in Basking Ridge.

Other items on the agenda include a memorandum between education and law enforcement officials, and financial and policy actions to be considered by the board.

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Problems with Aspen online student access system last week

The technology discussion is scheduled just one week after problems were reported with the school district's Aspen online student access system, launched at the end of this summer. 

Ridge High School Principal Drew Krause reported last Monday that the school had received reports that students and parents had encountered some difficulties with accessing marking period reports through Aspen. He said at that time that access was being temporarily removed while information technology personnel were working on solving problems. 

Schools Superintendent Nick Markarian reported on Wednesday afternoon that online access issues apparently were resolved with the Aspen system, which had earlier in the week caused difficulties for Ridge  students seeking to check their report cards and grade point averages for the first marking period.

"I think we are all good at this point," Markarian said in an email on Wednesday. Markarian did not specify which schools had been affected, but reportedly not all had the same problems.

However, online parent comments indicated there were lingering problems following the superintendent's assessment.

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