CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — A computer system school districts all over the state is not working properly. WVEIS  (West Virginia Education Information System) is the state’s education information system that all school systems are required to use for every piece of data submitted to the state. Here’s Public Information Officer for Jefferson County Schools Hans Fogle:

The The statewide system that controls student information was supposed to get an upgrade over the summer, but it has some glitches:

The school system has had to pivot to work around some of the issues, according to Fogle:

He says when WVEIS upgrades to 2.0, it’ll have some great features. In the meantime, there’s an app for that:

Jefferson County Schools has also rolled out a Web link to provide information —

Hans Fogle was a guest on Monday’s Panhandle Live heard weekday mornings beginning at 9 on the Panhandle News Network.