Report Card Report Preferences

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A report card summarizes a student’s progress throughout a school year. Schools can generate report cards for each term within their calendar. Campus provides a standard report card format that will print, or schools can create a report card with the available options. This saved report card is available for selection from the Report Card Batch Report and from the student's Grades tab.

A Conventional Report Card using grading tasks can be built as well as a Standards-Based Report Card. Report Cards can also be marked to publish to the Portal for review and download by parents, reducing the cost of printing report cards by the district.

See the following pages for available report preferences for both the Conventional Report Card and the Standards-Based Report Card:

Report Card Preferences

Margin Size

The following table describes the default margin size for portrait and landscape report cards:

Report Type

Portrait

Landscape

Conventional

Paper Size: Letter (8.5in X 11in)
All Pages Top Margin: 0.333in
All Pages Bottom Margin: 0.333in
All Pages Left Margin: 0.5in
All Pages Right Margin: 0.5in

Paper Size: A4 (210mm X 297mm)
First Page Top Margin: 0.167in
Remaining Pages Top Margin:  0.333in
First Page Bottom Margin: 0.167in
Remaining Pages Bottom Margin: 0.333in
All Pages Left Margin: 0.5in
All Pages Right Margin: 0.5in

Standards Based

Page Size: Letter (8.5in X 11in)
All Pages Top Margin: 0.667in
All Pages Bottom Margin: 0.5in
All Pages Left Margin: 0.375in
All Pages Right Margin: 0.375in

Page Size: Letter (8.5in X 11in)
All Pages Top Margin: 0.25in
All Pages Bottom Margin: 0.25in
All Pages Left Margin: 0.375in
All Pages Right Margin: 0.375in

Create a Report Card

  1. From the Reports tab, select the New icon. The Report Detail and  Report Options editors will appear below.
  2. Enter a Name for the report card being created. This name can be up to 50 characters in length.
  3. Select the Report Card option from the Type dropdown list.
  4. Determine whether or not this report should be available on the Campus Portal. If so, mark the Publish to Portal checkbox.
  5. Determine whether the report card should be available in Campus Instruction (see the Print Report Cards article for information). If so, mark the Available in Campus Instruction checkbox.

  6. If desired, enter a Description for this report. This description can be up to 200 characters.
  7. Select all appropriate Report Options. For more information on each option, refer to the Conventional Report Cards Options or Standards-Based Report Card Options.
  8. Click the Save icon when finished. Once saved, the report will appear in the Report Editor and can also be selected on the Report Card in the Grading and Standards Reports section.


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