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This is the Grades Report we have been using for our downs list.  I have updated it to 7.x and it should work on other servers (removed our localization's).  This report generates a list of students on the screen.  It does not create an export file you can download.  We use custom pages in PowerSchool System Administrator so I have dropped the file in the reports folder under the admin folder.  You can ether give that link to your principals/counselors or edit your reports list to include it.

Click here to download the file.  (You will need to right-click and do a "Save link as" and rename it to gradesreport.html)

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Bryan,
Thanks for fixing this report for 7.0. I have a question though.  Can I upload this report using Report Engine - Upload local report? 
I tried the Low Grades Report today that I had in my Reporting Engine prior to 7.0 and I received an error...very frustrating. 
I am assuming your fix is what is needed for the 7.0 version.
Thanks for any advice.....I loved this report and want it back!!!

Matt Freund posted directions for fixing the report on PSUG. Here is a link to the updated Low Grades Report if you don't want to make the fix.

http://www.sisresources.com/reporting-engine/re-reports

Thank you VERY much Kristi.  I was able to follow the direction and make it work.  I appreciate your directions..you have made me a happy girl!

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Since there always seems to be some confusion on what the current version of reports you should have I thought I would post. This should be the latest as of 8/23/2011. Will try to post throughout the year.  Here we go...  

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I took the plunge today and migrated to PowerSchool 7.  Overall impression of the process --Very Easy and Very Smooth!!!  There were a couple of things I had to figure out with SSL but it wasn’t too bad.  SSL is more streamlined in PowerSchool 7 than it was in PowerSchool 6 so props to Pearson on that one.  The entire process took roughly 3 hours.  Now that I know what I am doing, I think I could get it down to an hour or so.  Will continue testing over the weekend and throughout PSU San Diego and see if I find any gotchas.  Oh, and it screams -- as in it is super fast!!!  Grade = A+ so far.
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