Information and Condition of Schools (ICOS)
School Facilities & Organization
OSPI School Facilities and Organization supports the State Superintendent in providing School Districts with financial and technical assistance in three primary areas: Capital construction, facilities maintenance/management initiatives, and School District organization issues.
The Information and Condition of Schools (ICOS) is a web-based system where information and condition details, about facilities and sites operated by the Districts, are documented and stored. ICOS meets the increasing demand for accurate school facility information and building condition data that supports statewide programs such as the School Construction Assistance Program (SCAP), District facility management, and school facility information requests or policy decisions. This information is also used to support the performance-based Asset Preservation Program which gauges how well the facilities, buildings, and sites are maintained.
ICOS benefits the Districts by providing functionality for inventory tracking, condition rating, record keeping, and comparative and report analysis.
District access to ICOS may be granted with a request to your Regional Coordinator. School Districts must determine who will have such authorization. Only authorized District users are allowed to access the ICOS system.
Complete glossary of terms and definitions.
Use this template to note details regarding bugs and issues in ICOS. Please send these reports as soon as possible after you encounter the problem, so OSPI can begin working on the issue.
When capturing details for the Bug Defect Report, it is very helpful to the developers to have a screen print of the gray system pop up error. These instructions will show how to capture these error messages to paste into the report.
The ideal screen resolution for ICOS is 1280 x 1024 and the minimum screen resolution is 1024 x 768. These instructions show how to check your resolution and change it.
These instructions show how to clear your browser cache.