Clock Hours

NEWESD moving to pdEnroller.
In mid July NEWESD will migrate from GoSignMeUp to pdEnroller
for registration and clock hours!

During the week of July 15-19, our clock hours site will be unavailable as we move data from GoSignMeUp to pdEnroller. When our new software is launched there will be a new website with tutorials on how to navigate the system.


  • All of your NEWESD 101 registration and clock hour data from September 1, 2017 to current will be moved to the new system. All prior information must still be accessed through our clock hours office.
  • If you change districts or schools, all you need to do is update your profile. If you used your email address as your username, it will still work even if your email address is no longer valid. Changes may be made once you open your account.
  • If your district has recently changed email configuration, please make sure your new email address is in your account.
  • pdEnroller will use your email address as your username so this would be a good time to make that change. Once we convert, pdEnroller will require you to set up a new password the first time you login. Remember to write down your username and password in a safe, convenient location.

WHAT CAN YOU DO TO PREPARE? Log into your current account and make sure all your data is correct. If you have forgotten your password please contact me to reset. (

If you want to see what pdEnroller will look like for course registration please click here.


Earning Clock Hours
Professional development clock hours completed on or after September 1, 2017 are available on the GoSignMeUp registration system until July 12 and then beginning on July 22 will be available in pdEnroller. Those hours are purchased online at $3 per clock hour with a minimum of $10 per person per class. Click here for instructions on how to purchase clock hours. You would then need to print a transcript (see instructions below).

Professional development clock hours completed prior to September 1, 2017 will be processed via the hard copy clock hours registration form and remain at the $2 rate. Registration forms and payment must be sent to the registrar for processing. These courses will not appear in your online account.

One quarter hour of college credit is the equivalent of 10 clock hours, and one semester hour of college credit is the equivalent of 15 clock hours. For complete details see the OSPI frequently asked questions.

Professional development clock hours completed on or after September 1, 2017 are available on the GoSignMeUp registration system.  Click here for instructions on how to print a transcript (refer to pages 3-4). When following the instructions use the beginning date of 08/01/2017.

Professional development completed prior to September 1, 2017 are not available online. Contact the registrar to request your transcript. 

Clock hour proposal requirements and responsibilities

Clock Hours Cooperative

We are not accepting new cooperative members at this time.

Submitting proposals
Clock hours proposal requirements and responsibilities
Proposal Form

Link to GSMU

Professional development opportunities
NEWESD 101 professional development (click here)

Issues of Abuse
 (Courses that may meet these requirements)

Online Course Opportunities
CEOnline (Clock hours offered through NEWESD101)
Connecting Link (Clock hours offered through NEWESD 101)
VESi Virtual Education Software (Clock hours offered through NEWESD 101)
Connectinglink (Clock hours offered through NEWESD 101)

Mary Kempel
Clock Hours/Class Registrar
(509) 456-2715

Mick Miller
Assistant Superintendent,
Student Learning and Support Services
(509) 456-7685

ESA Certification and License Hours
Department of Health License Hours

Continuing Education (Clock Hours)
Frequently Asked Questions


E-Certification for Washington State Educators  (You can find our agency on the the e-certification list of providers under Educational Service District 101.)

Professional Educator Standards Board
Developing current educators

Washington Administrative Code
Chapter 181-85 WAC: Professional Certification-Continuing Education Requirement