Report Cards – Printing Report Cards

 

Printing by Grade Level

The report card sheets can be filtered by using the filters on the left side of the screen

  1. Click Student View.
  2. Choose a print template.
  3. Select a grade or grades.
  4. Click Print.
  5. The browser Print dialog appears.
  6. Set the browser print options and click Print.

Printing by Teacher

  1. Click Student View.
  2. Click on the teachers column to sort by teacher.
  3. Choose a print template and Click Print.
  4. The browser Print dialog appears.
  5. Set the browser print options and click Print.

Printing by Selected Students

  1. Select Student View.
  2. Choose a print template.
  3. Click the gear button in the top right corner of the page. Click the boxes beside each student’s name whose report card will be printed.
  4. Click Print. The browser Print dialog appears.
  5. Set the browser print options and click Print.

Printing All Sheets

  1. To print all sheets, Select Student View from the top right of the report cards screen.
  2. Choose a print template. Click the Print button. A print preview of the report card is opened.
  3. Click print to print the report cards.
  4. The browser Print dialog appears.
  5. Set the browser print options and click Print.

This process is also shown at 0:42 in the video above.

Chrome Print Options and removing the header/footer

The Chrome browser, depending on local settings, may add a header and footer to the printed report card. Expand the printer settings, then disable Headers and footers.

Report Cards Zoom

District and School administration have access to the Report Card Zoom, which provides up-to-the-minute information on a reporting period. Report Cards has two views. The Sheet View is focused on providing information about classes, while the Student View concentrates on reviewing and printing student report cards.

Sheet View toolbar & columns

Toolbar
Reporting Period list Used to navigate to a selected reporting period.
Add Group or Class button Add a class or a group to the selected reporting period. Classes and groups require student members. An empty class or group without students will not be provisioned a report card sheet.
Edit Details button Reporting Periods provisioned at the schools level will include the ability to change the Reporting Period Setup form. District level reporting periods will not include an Edit Details button.
Export Export report card sheet data to a csv file.
Gear icon Displays Change Template, Cancel Sheet buttons and enables the ability to select individual classes.
Publish If at least one report card sheet has been submitted, the Publish button appears. Clicking Publish will enable students and parents to view the report card on the home screen.
Retract If report cards have been published, the Retract button will appear. Clicking the Retract button will unpublish all report cards.
Column Name
Sheet Name Clicking on the sheet name will open the report card sheet. The report card sheet can be open if the State is Submitted, Overdue, Approved, Returned for Correction, Published.
Class / Group Name The short name of the class.
Grade Grade is displayed if provided by the Student Information System.
Teacher(s) A list of teacher names.
Template The name of the report card template provided to the class.
Student Status The number of students in the class.
Sheet Status
Unsubmittedgrey circle Teacher has not yet submitted the sheet. Percentage of completed required fields is displayed. Represented by a gray circle.
Submittedyelllow circle During the submission period, teachers can unlock and modify report card sheets. Represented by a yellow circle.
Approvedgreen circle Indicates the Office has approved the sheet. Once a sheet has been approved, the teacher can no longer edit the sheet. Represented by a green circle.
Publishedblue circle The report card is visible to a student and parents. Represented by a blue circle.
Mean The class mean based on the Grade column. Only appears after the report sheet has been submitted.
Median The class median based on the Grade column. Only appears after the report sheet has been submitted.
# Fail The number of students who fall below expectations. Only appears after the report sheet has been submitted.
Alert Indicates if a grade has been adjusted more than 5 points. Only appears after the report sheet has been submitted.

Student View

The Student View enables the Office to view report card records by student. Clicking a student’s name opens the Review Report Card form. The form lists the teachers and classes that make up a student’s report card.

The form also includes the current state of each report card record.

grey circleUnsubmitted


yelllow circleSubmitted


green circleApproved


red circleReturned for Correction


blue circlePublished