Data Team

  • The Data Team is responsible for monitoring, reporting and analyzing data within student, staff and New York State database systems. The Team researches and analyzes data with the goal of simplifying complex information to support meaningful decisions. Examples of this can be found at the bottom of this page.

    Data Team Members Directory:

    Dr. Jeff Cimmerer, Chief Information Officer
    585-267-1084 jeff_cimmerer@pittsford.monroe.edu

    Rebecca Hyatt, Assistant to the CIO
    585-267-1087 rebecca_hyatt@pittsford.monroe.edu

    Erik Halbritter, Computer Application Specialist
    585-267-3125 • erik_halbritter@pittsford.monroe.edu

    Jami Kogler, Computer Application Specialist
    585-267-3783 jami_kogler@pittsford.monroe.edu

    Donna Larson, Computer Application Specialist
    585-267-1034  donna_larson@pittsford.monroe.edu

    Kristin Rohlfs, Assessment Clerk
    585-267-1022 kristin_rohlfs@pittsford.monroe.edu

    Data Team Belief Statements:

    • We turn data into knowledge.

    • We are creative, problem-solving experts who can inform, inspire, and impact teaching and learning.
       
    • Our research and data analysis simplifies complex information to support meaningful decision making. 

    • Our work leads to innovation and drives future success. 

    • We use a collaborative process to integrate information systems and processes that promote synergy.

    • Our work provides opportunities for students, staff, and the organization to determine potential areas of growth.

    • Our efforts generate increased efficiencies.

    • A caring environment will foster teamwork that makes a significant difference in our school district.  


    Common Goals:

    • To develop a set of shared beliefs for the data team that includes group norms and clear communication methods.

    • To establish a system of data visualization for students, parents, faculty, staff, and external stakeholders.

    • To identify the essential data elements for use at the individual, classroom, building, and district levels of engagement.

    • To implement an effective department structure that includes: planned cross training, backup systems, improved efficiencies, unneeded duplication of effort, and documented work processes.

    • To compile, evaluate, standardize, illustrate, and disseminate data encompassing four central information domains: demographic, achievement, school processes, and perceptual. 

    • To facilitate easy access to and foster understanding of student data systems.

    Student Data Systems: 

    AIMSWebPlus Curriculum Based Progress Monitoring System 

    ASAP Regents Scoring

    Canvas Learning Management System

    Classlink

    ELL NYSITELL Screening Tools

    ELL Student Reporting Title I / Part 154

    ID Credentials Student ID Badge System

    Infinite Campus Student Management System

    Performance Series

    SNAP School Nurse’s Software

    Tableau Data Visualization Software

    Teleform OCR Scoring for State Assessments

    VR Reports PD reporting system for Special Education


    Financial/Human Resource/Payroll/Benefits
     

    OnGuard Staff ID System

    Smartfind Express


    New York State Data Warehouse
     

    Certify 

    Forecast5 Analytics

    New York State Assessment
      • Computer Based Testing
      • Paper Based Testing
    NYS Business Portal

    New York State Reporting Systems: WNYRIC Level 1, L2RPT

    State Department of Health Reporting

    Data Collection 

    3-8, OLSAT, NYSESLAT, LOTE, ACT, SAT, and Regents result summaries

    Civil Rights Survey

    Enrollment Projections


    High School Profile Report

    Survey Monkey
      • Committee surveys
      • Alumni surveys
      • Youth Risk Behavior surveys

    Qualtrics


    Data Management
     

    Microsoft Office Applications 

Data Analysis Examples