Details about resources you can find to the left 
2012 Smart Find Express (Substitute Calling System)
PSJA ISD Substitute Calling System

2012-2013 Retired and Certified Substitute List
Updated: 2/25/2013

2012-2013 Substitute List
Updated 2/25/2013

Agile Mind

Atomic Learning (Training Portal)
Please login with your Active Directory (email) credentials.

At, you can login by entering your school district email address and your current CSCOPE password. New users will receive an email at their school district email addresses that provides a temporary password for the site. If you forgot your password, click the Forgot Password? link on the login page.
Digital Knowledge Central

DMAC requires a unique ogin, please check with your administrator.

Employee Access Center
View and print the following:
- Payroll Check History
- Copies of your W-2
- Salary and Benefits Information
- Leave Information
- W-4 information and W-4 form if necessary for an update
Please login with your email credentials without the

Employee Appreciation Days Calendar
Employee Timesheets

ERO (Electronic Registrar Online)

Ignite Learning (Currently Under Construction)

Insurance and Benefits
The Insurance Department informs and advises eligible employees of insurance benefits available to them through the school district. It handles insurance changes through the payroll system.

Kindergarten Readiness System
The Kindergarten Readiness System (KRS) is used by the State of Texas to determine high quality early childhood education (ECE) programs. The Prekindergarten portion (RED) captures information at the preschool level for students, ECE providers and educators. The Kindergarten portion (GREEN) then captures student entry level screening results to match with the PreK data set.

Project Share
Project Share is an online learning community that provides professional development resources for teachers.

Region One Education Service Center
The Region One Education Service Center is part of a state-wide system of 20 regional education service centers created by the 59th Texas Legislature to assist school districts across the state. Originally slated to work with school districts as a media center, the role of the education service center has expanded to work alongside school districts to carry out the three main objectives as stipulated in the TEC §8.002: to assist school districts improve student performance, to assist school districts to operate efficiently and effectively, and to carry out the mandates of the Texas Education Agency and the Texas Legislature.

RGV Center for Teaching and Leading Excellence Training Times

Please login with your email credentials without the
Ex) john.smith 
Software Directory

Student GPS

Student GPS P3 Manual, (Internal Access Only)

TEA (Texas Education Agency)
The mission of the Texas Education Agency is to provide leadership, guidance and resources to help schools meet the educational needs of all students

Teacher Access Center (Internal Access Only)