Assign Assignments to current students

carrowood1
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Assign Assignments to current students

Is there a way to filter and see only this semester's classes when creating an assignment?

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Jason_Springel
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Re: Assign Assignments to current students

In terms of filtering the list of classes shown, teachers will want to use the term selector within the class selector. It is often set to the entire school year, so S2 classes are in their class list on the first day of school. This is easy to adjust and PTP will remember the chosen term the next time they sign in.

 

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Reshma
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Re: Assign Assignments to current students

Hi @carrowood1,

 

Thank you for reaching out to PowerSchool Community!

 

I recommend making sure that the Final grade reporting term is set up correctly and try to select the class from the center top of the screen and term selector on the top right next to the gear icon.  



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Jason_Springel
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Re: Assign Assignments to current students

In terms of filtering the list of classes shown, teachers will want to use the term selector within the class selector. It is often set to the entire school year, so S2 classes are in their class list on the first day of school. This is easy to adjust and PTP will remember the chosen term the next time they sign in.

 

pic1.png

 

pic2.png

 


Jason Springel | Solution Strategy Director, SIS and PowerSchool Evangelist | PowerSchool
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