• April 24, 2020

    Posted by Focus Reporting and Dashboards on 4/27/2020

    Release Notes

    Dashboard Updates

    Monitoring ReportsNYE Students.  There are 2 dashboards with exact same label.  The 1st NYE Students has been renamed to NYE Students by Transfer Type.  This report displays only matriculated or transferred students for school year 2020-2021 with the transfer type code without marks.  To access the report, go to Summary > Monitoring Reports > NYE Students by Transfer Type.

    The other NYE Students dashboard retains the same label.  This report displays currently active students with their SBAC results.  It is also showing future location and future grade of students. 

    Mail MergeIncoming Students has been renamed to Incoming Students by Grading Term.  This report displays currently active students with their SBAC results and current year’s marks.  It has the same format as the NYE Students report in District Monitoring but displays marks, term, and grading periods.  To access the report, go to Summary > Mail Merge > Incoming Students by Grading Term.

    Graduation Exemptions for Specialized Population (SP) Report – This report is used to identify and list “Potentially Eligible” students that schools would like to meet with and inform them of the Eligibility for Graduation Exemptions.  To access the report, go the Instruction > Graduation Progress > Graduation Exemptions for Specialized Population (SP) Report.

    Bug Fixes

    Student Grades - The missing columns, when the concatenated feature was removed, have now been added.  These columns are Attendance Bands, Cooperation and Work Habits (secondary), and Work Effort Marks and Cooperation Marks (elementary).  To access the report, click Summary > Monitoring Reports > Student Grades.

    Monitoring ReportsNYE Students.  The total number from the NYE Students dashboard is now matching the total number of students in MISIS at the beginning of the school year.  To access the report, go to Summary > Monitoring Reports > NYE Students.

    Ad Hoc Reporting Subject Area Updates

    New Columns added in the Address Folder -   New columns have been added to any subject areas that have the Address folder.   These columns are now available to provide specific coordinates of a physical location, address verification, and verification date.  To find the columns, for example in the Student Detail subject area, click Student > Address folder.  Click the Address folder caret to display the new columns.

     

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  • April 10, 2020

    Posted by Focus Reporting and Dashboards on 4/13/2020

     New Reports

    Elementary School Retention Warning Report -   A new School Retention Warning report has been added primarily for students in TK, TE, and K grades.  To access this report, go to Summary> Monitoring Reports>Elementary Tab> Elementary Schools Retention Warning

    End of Summer Term Report – A new report displays the students who have enrolled in the Summer term and have participated in a summer school program, while highlighting their participation outcome and duration.  To access this report, go to Summary > Monitoring Reports > End of Summer Term Report

    Dashboard Updates

    IT Assets Dashboard – A new Devices Available for Testing tile has been added to the IT Assets Dashboard.  To access the dashboard, go to Operations> ITAM> IT Assets

    Bug Fixes

    Student Testing – Physical Fitness – This report has been moved from the Student Monitoring dashboard to Student Testing Dashboard.  The report now displays the correct path.   To access the report, go to Student Testing > Physical Fitness.  Clicking the subject page icon reverts to the correct subject

    ELPAC Initial Audit Report - This report now displays data correctly. To access the report, go to Student Testing> ELPAC Eligibility Audit Report > Audit Tab

    Attendance Bands - A “No Data “label was displaying erroneously under each attendance tile before, the label has been removed from the attendance bands tiles.  To access this report, go to Operations > Attendance> Attendance Bands

     

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