Thursday, September 18, 2014

Seattle Schools having issues with websites

I see this at 2:51 pm but I don't know how long this has been going on.  I'll let you know if anything changes.  You can see the homepage for SPS but I assume they mean school websites.


Anonymous said...

Are you talking about the malware warning? I got it on Google Chrome when trying to log in?


Anonymous said...

So did I, when I tried logging into Fusion.

- North-end Mom

Anonymous said...

What to do:
This appears to an issue if attempting to login to School Fusion from multiple different browsers. Logins to the affected login page will be suspended until the issue is resolved. The public website is unaffected but any web pages requiring a distinct login are being blocked.

Expected Outage Duration:
We have not received a timeline from School Fusion at this time. We are blocking access to the schoolfusion/ logins until the issue is resolved.

Thank you for your patience,
Department of Technology Services

GGordonGiddy said...

Will JAMS parents be able to log in to the new website with the same credentials which worked last year, and for the temporary website, after resolution of current issues?

mirmac1 said...

Thank you DOTS! : )

We know you will fix this, especially problems with IEPOnline and other lame-o issues that should not impact students.

Anonymous said...

We had curriculum night at Hale last night and the teachers were complaining about PowerSchools software and how horrible it was. We were told that the scheduling of classes were a nightmare again this year and some had to be done by hand. Tried to log on this morning and got a security warning.