PATH: Student Information > General > Profile
The Student Profile tab displays a current snapshot of the student's grades, attendance data, behavior incidents and course work. This is a read-only tab, but users (counselors, school administrators, etc.) can view detailed information from this tab.
Student data is organized into cards for each section - Census, In-Progress Grades, Attendance, Behavior and Student To Do. Data is accurate as of the current date.
Full access to the Profile tab requires R rights to the following items.
- Student Information > General > Profile
- Student Information > General > Profile > Attendance
- Student Information > General > Profile > Behavior
- Student Information > General > Profile > In-Progress Grades
- Student Information > General > Profile > Todo
Student Profile Tool Rights
Student Census Information
A general summary of the student's address(es) and contact information, along with the student picture (if uploaded), display. Address information is from the student's Household tab, and can also be viewed from the student's Summary tab.
Student Census Information
When the district is using Early Warning to track a student's persistence towards graduation, the student's GRAD Score also displays in the Census information section.
In-Progress Grades are those scores or values that the student earns for courses in which the student is currently enrolled in the current calendar year. It includes assignments, grading tasks, standards, test scores, etc. There may be situations where scores are added for assignments, grading tasks, standards, tests, in a future term, which are also included in the In-Progress Grade value.
If the student is assigned a score for any of these items in the current term, a past term or a future term, it is included in the calculation of In-Progress Grades.
In-Progress Grades information displays for each course in which the student is actively enrolled. The courses must have grading tasks or standards assigned.
This section displays the student's Cumulative GPA, amount of credits earned and required, and whether the student is on track for graduation.
- Cumulative GPA values are found on the Grades tab. See the GPA Calculations in Campus for the actual calculation.
- Credit information is found on the Student Transcript.
- Progress toward graduation is found on the Academic Planning Progress tab.
- Details for current grade information for currently scheduled courses can be viewed by clicking the scores related to grading tasks or the progress bar for standards.
In-Progress Grades Display
To see grading standard information, click the progress bar. A side panel displays that shows the scores received for the standards. In the example below, there are four grading standards aligned to the Core English course, with posted scores.
Scored Standards Display
This World History course has Grading Tasks aligned to it. Click the scores for the grading tasks. The side panel displays the assignment and scores for those assignments.
Grading Task Side Panel Information
Click the Close button on the side panels to return the Student Profile tab.
View the student's attendance record for the last 30 days, the last year, or the last 7 days. The total number of absences for a full day and for a period display, as well as the total tardies by period.
This uses the Whole/Half Day calculation, using the Student Day Minutes and the Whole/Half Day Absent Minutes fields entered on the Calendar tab. The calculation DOES NOT use state specific attendance calculations.
Select a date with a record (in the calendar, these are colored circles) to show more information about the attendance data. On the side panel, the date and term display, listing the courses, the teachers, and the assigned attendance codes.
Absences and Tardies use the same color coding as other Attendance tools (Student Attendance tab, Attendance Wizard, etc.). Select a Filter to view details of an attendance event. Exempt attendance events are included on the calendar but are not included in any count of attendance.
Filter Attendance Events
If the student met the criteria for attendance letters, those are also listed as an indication of what letters were sent (up to five). Letters cannot be generated from here.
The Behavior card lists the number of incidents (up to five) in which the student was involved for the current year, total detention time the student needs to serve, and any suspension days. Behavior information that has not been submitted (referrals in draft status, etc.) do not display.
If the student does not have any behavior events, text indicating this displays.
Click the date of the incident or the name of the incident to open the side panel that displays more details of the incident. This panel lists the information recorded in Behavior Management when processing the behavior event. It includes information on the incident, recorded comments, and information on the resolution.
Behavior Detail Information
Student To Do
The list of To Do items is the same list of To Do items available in Campus Student, and comes from the teacher's Grade Book. Items can be viewed for all past due, 30 days past due, 7 days past due, or 7 days in the future (work that is due in the next week).
The list of items can be sorted by any of the columns - course name, assignment name, point value, or due date. Use the arrows along the bottom of the card to navigate to other pages.
Student To Do
Select a To Do item to display more details. The Side Panel lists the assigned and due dates, what grade book category it is aligned to, and the teacher of the course.
To Do Detail