Welcome to SIS Resources!
SIS Resources has been online since 2007 and provides content for users of the PowerSchool School Information System (SIS) program. It was one of the first web sites to have custom reports and pages for PowerSchool users to download, plus provide information on customizing PowerSchool and using SQL in PowerSchool. It's currently the home to the latest version of the popular customization sqlReports, along with the largest collection of reports on the web for sqlReports. Below is a breakdown of what you'll find on this site:
sqlReports - since 2009, PowerSchool users have been able to easily create interactive custom reports within PowerSchool by using SQL and a free customization called sqlReports. With it you can design reports and charts on any table in PowerSchool and allow admins and teachers to run the reports while logged into either the admin or teacher portal.
Subscriptions - learn more about the site subscriptions for sqlReports, which give you access to over 100 reports and premium downloads, including enhanced versions of sqlReports, and support for sqlExports.
Resources - the Articles area has information on how to use SQL and tips and tricks for using sqlReports. The Misc Downloads area include sqlFormLetters Lite and the Standards Grades Search Tool.
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Some new attendance reports and info on future reports
- February 13, 2017
I added a couple new reports to the Attendance Reports page - they're enhanced versions of a...
New Standards Reports
- February 8, 2017
I've added nine new reports to the Standards Reports page. All of them are just for site...
A Couple of Important Upcoming Dates
- January 23, 2017
Below are a couple of dates you may want to mark on your calendar: January 31 - I decided to make...
sqlReports 5 and Page Permissions
- January 23, 2017
If you use sqlReports 5, make sure to change the Page Permissions on a couple pages. You may have...
Issue with sqlFormLetters and PS 10.1
- December 31, 2016
UPDATE - the issue is fixed with PS 10.1.1.0, which was released on 1/13/2017. If you use...