We have an advisory and are wondering if there is a way to run a report for our class that shows the missing work each student has for all their classes(not just our own)? We can find this in Individual reports but it requires you to show all assignments for student's schedule which can be too cumbersome and lengthy. Is there such a streamlined report? If so, how do I access this?
I apologize that I misunderstood the question!
Teachers should be able to run a report to see all students that have not completed an assignment. The report will be organized by assignment and not by the student. I have submitted a feature request to enable the ability to allow teachers to choose to organize the Assignment Report by assignment or by the student.
I have provided a link below that will guide teachers through the process of generating an Assignment Report for missing assignments that is organized by assignment.
Thank you for your reply but again, I don't believe this is the report I'm looking for. This gives missing reports for my class. But I would like a report that shows all of their missing assignments for every class. If I am their study hall teacher I would like to see if they have assignments missing for any classes. I have found how to include entire student schedule, but the problem is that I can only run this report for one student at a time, unless I would like an 80 page report. As I mentioned before I'm looking for a streamlined report.
Again, your reply does not answer my question.
Thank you for the clarification!
This report is not currently built into PowerTeacher Pro. I have submitted the feature request to allow teachers to view all missing assignments associated with the teachers' students for all of the students' classes.
With the PowerTeacher Pro teacher access being limited to the view of the class assignments within each teacher's classes, I would recommend reaching out to a Designated Support Contact to work with the PowerSchool SIS Support Team to review the options PowerSchool can provide to assist building this report.
Thank you so much for reaching out to the PowerSchool Community!
Each district assigns Designated Support Contacts for PowerSchool. Their users are usually at a district level. I recommend reaching out to your School or District Administrator to request assistance connecting with a PowerSchool Designated Support Contact within your district.
Please feel free to reach out if you require further assistance!!
At my school, we have advisory courses, and I was looking for a way to print this EXACT report today. This would be extremely helpful! I look forward to hearing that this modification has been made.
This is how I run the report and send to our teachers weekly.
First select all students at grade level then if you go to reports>sqlReports>Grading>Missing Assignments in PT Pro and submit it will bring up current missing assignments if the teachers have them marked as missing.
I have submitted a feature request on your behalf to have the report built within PowerSchool SIS to allow Admin to run a report to show missing assignments from all students in a school or district.
The principals in my district just asked me today if a report could be ran from the PowerSchool Admin side to show missing assignments for all students. I have showed them how to do it in PowerTeacher Gradebook, but they would like to do it from the admin side. I was seaching the web and cam across this post and I see that you were going to submit a request for this. Do you know, was that done? And if so, what is generally the turnaround time for something like that? Thank you.
Thank you for participating in the thread! @tsauser
I have escalated the request to the PowerSchool Product Team! When a feature request is submitted, the Product Team reviews the suggestions to determine if the feature can be added to the product. If the feature can be added to the product, the team works together with the PowerSchool Developers to build the feature within the product. If updates are made to any PowerSchool product such as PowerSchool SIS, communication will be sent to all PowerSchool Designated Support Contacts before the updated version is released.