This document is written for use by parents. Districts can choose to provide this information to their parents or use it as a guide for creating district-owned documentation.
The Reports tab allows parents to generate reports of information such as missing assignments, a student's schedule, and any transcripts or report cards that are available.
These reports generate in PDF format using Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Image 1: Student Reports
- The Missing Assignments report lists any assignment that is marked as Missing in the teacher's grade book.
- When a student in an active course section as of the current date, the report prints all missing assignments from that section. This includes sections that span multiple terms.
- When a student drops a section and the drop date is prior to the current date, the report does not print those assignments.
- If the course section or school year ends, the student or parent/guardian is not able to see missing assignments for that section within the report being generated after the end date.
- The Schedule report prints the student's current class schedule.
- The Report Card prints the student's posted course grades.
- The Transcript prints the student's grade history for end of term grades.
Learning and Education Plans
If applicable, a student's Personalized Learning Plan (PLP) may be listed here. A PLP helps students take responsibility for their learning by establishing academic goals, finding instructional strategies to meet those goals and viewing education in a broad and unified way. Parents can view student progress and accomplishments for each student PLP here.
Also, a student's Individualized Education Plan (IEP) may be posted here. Each public school child who receives special education and related services must have an IEP. Each IEP is designed for one student only and is a personalized document. The IEP creates an opportunity for teachers, parents, school administrators, related services personnel and students (when appropriate) to work together to improve educational results for children with disabilities.