•  Quick Overview

    InTouch Receipting is the School District's efficient, easy to use business management software for school and department staff.  InTouch can quickly and accurately tracks student fines, fees, purchases, not sufficient funds (NSF) checks, activities, athletics, fundraisers and more while providing quick, accurate information to students, parents, teachers, and staff.


  • Timeline

    The InTouch is being implemented in phases in order to consolidate the several areas that generate fine and fee into a single system.

    August 2019

    • PowerSchool is populating the students' course fees
    • Destiny is populating the students' library, textbook, etc. fines
    • School staff are applying course and Destiny payments to the student accounts
    • School staff request non-sport items to be created (spirit wear, field trips, fundraisers, etc.)

    September 2019

    • 9/15: Course fees for Semester 1 (S1) and Quarter 1 (Q1) will be due
    • 9/15: PowerSchool course changes for S1 and Q1 stop
    • District communication to be sent to parents about TouchBase
    • PowerSchool will direct parents to TouchBase for more information about student's fines and fees
    • School staff continue requesting non-sport items to be created (spirit wear, field trips, fundraisers, etc.)

    Fall 2019

    • 11/3: Course fees for Quarter 2 are due
    • 11/25: PowerSchool S2, Q3, and Q4 start populating
    • District continue installing all-in-one kiosks with cash drawers at Middle and Elementary school
    • District continue communication to parents about TouchBase

    Spring 2019

    • 2/2: Course fees for S2 and Q3 will be due
    • 2/2: PowerSchool course changes for S2 and Q3 stop
    • 3/22: Course fees for Q4 are due

    Long-term goals for the 2020-2021 school year

    • Teacher receive training on accepting their course fees
    • Students receive training for student stores and selling tickets for activities
    • On-boarding all sports activities, including gate and concessions
Last Modified on September 3, 2019