Print Progress Reports

This topic covers how to print student progress reports.

  1. Select Reports from the left sidebar.

  2. Click the Print Progress Reports button.

  3. In the pop-up window, select from the following options:
    • Name This Report: Enter a title for your report.
    • Sort Reports: Select to have your reports sorted alphabetically by student or by class period.
    • Grading or Marking Periods: Select the checkboxes to the left of the grading or marking periods that you would like to appear on the reports.
    • Standard Set: If you would like to display standards on your reports, select your desired standard set from the drop-down menu.
    • Show class standards: Check this box to display scores for tagged standards in each class.
    • Output as Word document: Check this box to generate a .doc file. (If left unchecked, the reports will generate in your browser window.)
    • Show school logo: Check this box to insert your school logo onto the progress reports (not available in Word .doc files).
    • Show instructor name: Check this box to display teacher names.
    • Show class percentage: Check this box to show class percentages.
    • Show class comments: Check this box to show class comments.
    • Add line for parent signature: Check this box to add a line for parent signatures.

    If you select to sort reports by class period, you will need to select which class period to print from the drop-down menu below. (Only one class period can be printed at a time.)

  4. Click the green Generate Report button to create your progress report file.

  5. You can view and print your report at the bottom of the Print Reports page by clicking on the title of the report.

  6. The report will either display in your browser or download as a .doc file (if you selected to output as a Word document). You can use your web browser’s or Microsoft Word's Print function to print the report.

Pro Tip: If you'd like to print reports by grade level, assign your classes a period value that matches the grade level (i.e. a 5th grade class is assigned to Period 5). Adjust period settings on the Edit Class Settings grid. Or, use the Advanced Student Search app to pull a list of students by grade level and print their reports.