Orchard Software, A Comprehensive AYP Solution for Your School  
  Orchard Software’s assessment and management capabilities enable educators to truly individualize instruction, creating personalized learning paths for every student and tracking individual progress with detailed, state-specific reports. Orchard's data management solution provides differentiated instruction and improved learning.  
Sample Reports
  Sample Reports Booklet
[24 Pages/3.71 MB]
  Orchard Assessment and Assignment Builder Flyer
[2 Pages/1.65 MB]
Management System
Track student progress with easy to understand reports, including student reports and parent summary reports Management System
Universal management system captures work in all programs and keeps cumulative records of student progress
Simple yet powerful system to understand students’ strengths and weaknesses, and adjust instruction to meet specific needs
Optional District Application enables administrators to aggregate and disaggregate data across all schools in a district ensuring a school can meet the needs of the hardest to reach students and helps address student mobility. Contact your authorized representative or call 1-800-351-1404 for more information.
Optional Laptop Sync allows students to continue working on their Orchard assignments using their laptops by checking out of the school's network to their laptop's local database. When the students return to school, they may check back in to Orchard at the school's central server. Assignments and other data such as bookmarks and settings are transferred in this process. Contact your authorized representative or call 1-800-351-1404 for more information.
Automated and/or customized lessons are generated based on each student’s initial test results Manage System-Assignments
Lessons can also be customized to correlate more closely to what is being taught in the classroom, whether it be a specific skill, standard, or concept
Teachers can further personalize assignments by changing program parameters, such as number of questions, degree of difficulty, and length of the lesson