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We have quarter long classes for our Jr High.  The teachers are having trouble using the grade set up in their grade book.  I'm sure it is something to do with the way I have the quarter classes set up.  If anyone can help with this it would be much appreciated!  Thanks!

While I'm on this topic I know I had trouble last spring getting 1st and 2nd quarter classes to print on the final report card.  If you have suggestions for this I would appreciate any you could give for this as well.  Thanks again for the help!
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The first place to check is Final Grade Setup in PowerSchool. Do you have your Quarter final grades created in the Quarter terms for these cources? Your report card problems might have to do w/ your current problem or it might be the way you are storing your grades if the report card is pulling historical grades. Are last year's Qtr grades showing in Historical grades?

Thanks Wayne!  I checked the final grade setup, that is the problem I'm quite sure.  I just wanted to check though, if I create the quarter final grades in the quarter terms it should not affect my semester and year long classes correct? 

That is correct. Think of each "row" in Final Grade Setup as all the courses that are that length, b/c each "row" only relates to the classes that are that length. Anything you put in a term box, such as Q1, will only affect the courses that are Q1 in length. The length of a course is set in the Sections window. 

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Does anyone know of a customization for PT that would allow a teacher to click on something and see all the students in that class and all theri attendance for the last wekk or two. I know you can click on the kid and see theri attendance, but it would be nice to see it for all the kids on one screen. Just checking.
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There is a report in the gradebook named Attendance Grid.  You can choose which students and dates.  That may work for you.

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I'm trying to print a report card for a 2009 graduate.  I thought the easiest way to do that would be to go to last year and print the report card.  When I went into last year it is showing me the 2009-2010 seniors.  With further looking, no matter what grade I select it is showing me this years classes.  I have done a search for last years seniors and power school is not pulling them.  I'm sure this is an easy fix but some of this power school stuff is new to me and I would appreciate some help if anyone knows what to do.  Thanks!
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I have found that all I can print for past years is a transcript.
You need to look under School - pull down Graduated Students for past Seniors.  You will also need to use the / slash to pull them forward.

Hope that helps. :)


I believe you should be able to print past report cards for graduated students. Go to the school "Graduated Students" and see if you can change the Year to "08-09." If you can't, you will need to create an 08-09 year in Years & Terms.  Once you can change the year to 08-09 in Graduated Students, search for your student by putting a / in front of the student name and run the report for this student. Your report card will need to pull the grades from the Historical grades, not the Current grades.

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I am new to using Graduation Sets for auditing graduation requirements for our students.  Is there a way to pull classes that the students took from historical?
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If you'd like to place a file or doc on the Community, you need to post an new article, i.e. it can't be done via a comment.  Once logged in, click on Publishing, then Add New Artcile. In the editing tool bar click on the Document Manager button  , which will allow you to upload a document.

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For both of them, if this is the first time you've uploaded a doc or image, you'll have to:upload it to the community server, so the steps would include:

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I am new to using Graduation Sets for auditing graduation requirements for our students.  Is there a way to pull classes that the students took from historical?
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PowerSchool Sharing Session Agenda

Wed. August 26, 2009 @ ESU 10

9:00 - 3:30 CST

Presenter - Wayne Wiens, ESU 9

Register at http://odie.esu10.org


 

The following new features of PowerSchool 6 will be covered:

Address Management - provides address validation & boundary management by incorporating Google Maps

Course Prerequisites - ability to define and enforce prerequisites rules that automatically limit the courses a student can request.

Smart Search - searching is easier and more powerful

ReportWorks - easy, custom report development

Custom Web Page Management - provides ability to manage custom web pages via the web

PowerTeacher Gradebook - online gradebook. We will cover the new features in 1.6, but also  explore the basic features for those not familiar w/ PT Gradebook.

PowerSchool Administrator - helps to monitor and maintain the PowerSchool system

Teacher Attendance Submission Status - new, easier way to see who has taken attendance

Standards Grades - ability to enter standard based grades into the gradebook

Intel-based Mac Support - PowerSchool will now run on Intel-based Macs

Register at http://odie.esu10.org


 

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Does anyone have a customization they would share for our school nurse which would allow us to enter immunizations, keep track of weight and height, and so on?
Thanks!
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Here is the page that we use at HPS.  For it to work for you you would need to open it in Dreamweaver or another text editor and note the custom fields I used.  You would have to use the same or change them to your own customs fields.

Don't know where to place a file for you to download, send me your email address.

Let me know if you need help.
Kathy

I have about 5 different screens if you are interested. You can edit or use as is. Email me at gboettger@westside66.org and I will send you all of them.

Please send me what you have for student medical information.

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Being a coach, teacher, and PS admin; what I am able to do in a school day is limited. We are beginning our second year of PS and I am looking to delegate some responsibilities within the admin side of PS. Would anyone have some insight, or something they would share with us? My schedule would appreciate it very much!
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I am new to using Graduation Sets for auditing graduation requirements for our students.  Is there a way to pull classes that the students took from historical?

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