This page contains information that will help you access IMS & ED tools. There is also documentation that will assist you in setting up individuals and assigning roles in Infinite Campus.
If you are new to IMS & ED tools
District User Access
District users need to be set up in Infinite Campus to gain access to IMS & ED tools. The KSIS Point of Contact in your school or district can assist in setting you up correctly, which can be found here
Your "kyschools.us" email address will be your username. Your personal or home e-mail address will not work for logging into IMS or ED tools.
Once you receive your temporary password and log in for the first time, you will be required to change your password.
You will need a separate KET Encyclomedia: Discovery Education user name and password to access instructional materials in IMS. If you do not have this login information, click on the link to KET Encyclomedia above and choose "register", select your district from the dropdown, and fill in the requested information.
If you believe you need greater access to IMS or ED tools than you are currently granted, please submit the District User Access Request form
to your district or school KSIS point of contact, which can be found here
KDE Employee Access
Most KDE employees will have access only to standards and aggregate data in IMS.
If you do not have access and believe you need it for your job, or think you need greater access, submit a KDE Employee system access request.
Educator preparation program or affiliated education groups
You have access to IMS & ED tools through the District 175 Project. This is a training environment that contains scrambled student data. Please contact your director, dean’s office or department chair for login credentials. Alternatively, educator preparation personnel may contact Kim Walters-Parker, Director, Educator Preparation Division, Education Professional Standards Board (EPSB), (502) 564-5789.
You may also use your KET Encyclomedia: Discovery Education
accounts to access instructional materials directly. If you do not have this login information, click on the appropriate link above and choose “register” or “subscribe now” to sign up for a free account.