Purchasing & Supply Ordering
The process for ordering supplies will be similar to last year, with two different paths depending on the nature of the supplies. For those traditional teacher supplies (Tools for Teaching) we have ordered each year, orders will be placed directly into the Ed-Data portal. For student supplies (Tools for Learning) the Google form will be the way to order (see below). Read the explanation memo. We will place a large order on July 1, 2018 which will allow for classroom delivery prior to the start of the school year. Supplies that are ordered after June 30 might not arrive in time for the new school year. Orders placed after June 30 are not guaranteed to arrive by the start of school; please allow several weeks for delivery.
Requests for traditional teacher supplies for next year will be made through the Ed-Data system. Most elementary school teachers have an allocation of $150 and Junior High and High School teachers have an allocation of $50. Your username and password will remain the same as it was last year. For these type of supplies, ordering is expected to be completed prior to September 2018. The website is Ed-Data (http://edsiq.ed-data.com/login). You received a message from Ed-Data last week indicating that the system is ready for 2018-2019 school year ordering.
Ordering Teacher Supplies: Tools for Teaching
Ordering Student Supplies: Tools for Learning
This is the process you use for ordering the necessary tools for student learning. Please place your order for 2018-19 as soon as possible and no later than June 30. Based on the survey feedback, we have made changes to the items that are available. Certain brands have been eliminated and, in other cases, choices have been expanded. The pictures have been updated to more accurately reflect the product. Additionally, orders will be individually delivered to the requestor, rather than being housed in a central location in the district.
Continue to place orders in the Google form. Please keep in mind that this is for items needed during the 2018-19 school year.