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Educators

The PNWCC team is here to support you.  We assist educators any way we can to ensure involvement in CTE Dual Credit is an enjoyable experience, striving to ensure you and your students experience the benefits of CTE Dual Credit without the burden of extra work. We are happy to visit your school to answer questions, present to your class, and/or teach you and your students how to navigate SERS.  We also offer regional information sessions and training every Fall & Spring. 

UPDATE: Due to COVID-19 we are offering video orientations, training, Q & A's, and registration presentations. There will be several general offerings throughout the school year but we are happy to accommodate your personal requests as well. Please let us know how we can best serve you and your students!

Please contact our team: INFO@PNWcollegecredit.org

Grading

Grading Policy 2020 / COVID-19

Grading Video: Questions on how to navigate SERS and grade your students? Check out our video below!

Student Registration

SERS Registration Video

Materials for Student Registration

Your SERS Account

SERS, the Statewide Enrollment & Reporting System, is the registration system for all CTE Dual Credit students in Washington state. Students, Teachers, College Registrars, District Staff, and consortium staff are each granted access to their necessary parts of this site.

Teachers are assigned a SERS account after one of your classes becomes eligible for CTE Dual credit.  The SERS system automatically emails new users notice and requests that you complete this process by choosing a password for your account.  If you do not receive this email, we can reset the system for you.  Be sure to check your junk mail!

Every year that your class is offered for credit, you must assign a grade for each student on your SERS roster by our final deadline = June 30th.

Teacher Resources

Articulation Agreements 

Developing an articulation agreement is not as hard as it sounds – in fact, many teachers have reported that the process invigorates their lessons and are pleased with how the process helped them connect to peers in other school districts as well as at our partner community and technical colleges. 

Download Articulation forms & flyers below:

Our curriculum pathway meetings bring high school and college faculty together to review/update articulation agreements, discuss program changes, and learn more about college programs, growth, and future directions.

If you are a CTE teacher and would like to partner with our consortium to offer CTE Dual Credit for your class, please contact us!

Please review our Resources or FAQs for more information.