What’s new at MMS – June 2015 News & Training Opportunities

MA SIF 2.7Computer Resources LLC, developer of the MMS Student Information Platform for K-12 schools, has been awarded Massachusetts certification for the Schools Interoperability Framework (SIF) version 2.7. MMS is one of the first software platforms to achieve this standard of efficiency. School districts in Massachusetts may select Computer Resources as their student information system (SIS) software provider with the assurance that they meet the standards set by the Schools Interoperability Framework Association (SIFA).

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Join Us at ISTE

Join us at ISTE and learn how MMS helps school and districts focus on graduation and student achievement. Manage your data to track student performance, attendance, and discipline- the key indicators of student success.

The International Society for Technology in Education conference
June 28 through July 1, 2015
Philadelphia PA
We’ll be in Booth #234

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User Conference Survey

We are planning our 2015 User Conference and we would like your input so that this Conference can be as useful to you as possible. Your ideas, needs, and insights will be used to guide the agenda and offerings. We would appreciate it if you would take 3-5 minutes to visit our survey and answer a few questions. Thank you for your help!

A Visit to PSNI

In May, staff members from Computer Resources visited PSNI headquarters in Amherst, New Hampshire. Professional Software for Nurses Inc are the makers of SNAP Health Center Systems. The MMS Student Information Platform and SNAP Health Center Systems have integrated to provide comprehensive and customizable school health and information programs to make schools more effective in preventing and communicating about school health concerns.

Read more about SNAP here…


June Webinars

We have a full calendar of MMS training webinars lined up. The convenient live webinars and the recorded webinars from our video library are free to users whose schools have a MMS Unlimited Webinar Subscription. For other users, the webinars are available for a nominal connection fee.


Click here to register for a webinar today.

New webinars are added on a continuous basis. Here are just some of the topics we have scheduled this month:


All Users:
Friday June 5, 2015 Friday Forum
Friday June 12, 2015 Friday Forum
Friday June 19, 2015 Friday Forum
Friday June 26, 2015 Friday Forum
New Users:
Wednesday June 17, 2015 Student Filters
Thursday June 25, 2015 Getting Around MMS
Administrators and Guidance Counselors:
Thursday June 4, 2015 End of Year Reporting
Monday June 8, 2015 Ramp Up Student Information
Tuesday June 23, 2015 Getting Ready for the New Year
School Nurses:
Thursday June 18, 2015 Health 101: Getting Started
State Reporting:
Tuesday June 2, 2015 PA PIMS Student and Program Facts
Wednesday June 10, 2015 PA PIMS Staff File Reporting
Monday June 15, 2015 PA PIMS Safe School Exports



Click here to learn how a MMS Unlimited Webinar Subscription can make your job easier.

Click here to request information about purchasing a MMS Unlimited Webinar Subscription for your school.
Webinar Subscription FAQs:

How can I register for a MMS Training Webinar?

Visit the webinar registration calendar on our website.

How much does it cost to attend a MMS training webinar?
When you have a MMS Unlimited Webinar Subscription, you may attend MMS training webinars at absolutely no additional cost. Without a MMS Unlimited Webinar Subscription, there is a charge for each connection. MMS Unlimited Webinar Subscriptions start at $900 per year.

If I have a MMS Unlimited Webinar Subscription, what should I do when the website displays a fee when I register?
Because of your special status, this can simply be ignored. Whenever you register for a MMS training webinar, we will ensure that your subscription is valid. If so, we send you connection details by email to confirm your registration. If you have a subscription, you would have received an email entitled, “Unlimited Webinar Subscription Credentials,” that contains your username and password information.