Create a Student Progress Report

You can generate Student Progress Reports for selected students in your class. This progress report can be customized to contain the information you want to share with parents.

If you want to create a customized progress report, you can configure the Student Progress Report settings. After configuring these settings, you can save and generate the report or, for a single use report, generate without saving. To generate a report you previously generated and saved, see Generate an Existing Progress Report.

To create and generate a Student Progress Report for the open gradebook, do the following:

  1. On the side-navigation menu, click Reports > Student , and then click Progress Report.
  2. In the Student Progress Report Settings dialog box, do the following:

    Student Progress Report Settings

    A In the Select Marking Period drop-down menu, click the marking period you want to report on.

    In the Report Name Customization group box, do either or both of the following:

    • Enter a custom Report Name.
    • Select the Append Marking Period check-box to include the marking period in the report header.

    In the Select Students group box, do either of the following:

    • Click Select All to include every listed student in the progress report.
    • Select individual students to include in the progress report.

    If you want to include withdrawn students in the progress report, select Include Withdrawn. This adds withdrawn students to the Select Students list. After you include withdrawn students you can select them individually, or along with active students when you click Select All. If you select Include Withdrawn after you've already selected students, your selections will be cleared.

    D In the Print Which Boxes? group box, select the check box(es) for the box(es) you want to include, and then, if applicable, click The Ellipse Icon to select which column(s) to include.

    Set the Report Layout, the Page Customization, and the Print Which Course Name? settings.

    You can set the course name to the standard Course Name or the Custom (Display As) Name. For more information on the Display As name, see Customize Gradebook Display Settings.

  3. Click Save As, enter a Template Name, and then click OK.

    If you only want to run this report once, you can generate the report without saving it.

  4. Click Generate Report.

This topic was last updated on May 10, 2019.

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