It's report card time! jmc's report cards contain a wealth of information for both students and their families. Now that the term has ended and teachers have submitted grades, let's get those report cards out to families by printing or emailing them. Choose to include GPAs, graduate credit and attendance to deliver a report card customized to your needs.

Once teachers have submitted grades to the office and office professionals have accepted them, go to Grading > Reports > Report Cards. 

Step One: Select the term type from the "Term Type" drop-down list and specify a term by clicking the appropriate radio button to filter your report.

Step Two: Click the appropriate radio button to select the range of students.

  • By Sequential: enter a range of student IDs in the "From" and "To" fields

  • By Random: select one or more students by entering their name or student ID in the "Find" drop-down list

  • By Grade: enter a grade level range in the "From" and "To" drop-down lists

  • By Advisor: enter a range of advisor IDs in the "From" and "To" fields

Step Three: Place a checkmark in the checkboxes to indicate the items you would like to include on the report card.

  • GPA: the cumulative ("Cum") GPA for the student's academic career, the GPA for the current term ("Term"), and/or the GPA for the year ("Year")

  • Grading: "Class Rank", "Honor Roll Result", and/or number of credits received toward graduation ("Grad Credit")

  • Attendance: split excused/unexcused attendance and tardies or include excused tardies.

  • Other: the student's legal name, including Standards and Benchmark ("SnB") Instances and/or sort by primary contact.

Step Four: Click the "Preview" button to view the report card preview and enable the emailing of report cards from jmc Office to families.

Step Five: Place a checkmark in the "Email if Possible" checkbox to email the report card to primary contacts.

Step Six: Enter an email message in the message box for display in the body of the email.

Fun Fact: Add a little pizzazz to your message using the formatting tools. Font, weight, size, the sky's the limit. Even insert a link by using the globe icon.

Step Seven: Place a checkmark in the "Email Student" checkbox to email the report card to the student.

Step Eight: Enter a "Reply to Address" in the appropriate field to receive replies to your email message.

Step Nine: Click the "Choose File" button to add a file from your computer as an email attachment.

Step Ten: Click the "Formatting" tab to customize your report card.

  • Select a radio button next to the size option to adjust the vertical orientation in the "Form Height" box

  • Select the font size to use on report cards using the "Font Size" drop-down list

  • Select the appropriate spacing from the "Single", "1.5" or "Double" using the "Line Spacing" drop-down list

  • Customize the labels of your Quarters, Semesters, Trimesters or Hexes by entering your label in the appropriate field

Helpful Tip: Click the "Defaults" button to return to the recommended settings.

Step Eleven: Click the "Messages" tab to insert a custom message directly onto report cards.

  • Place a checkmark in the "All Grades" or a specific grade level checkbox to include a custom message for the selected grade level

  • Enter your message in the "Message" field

  • Click the "Update" button to save your message or the "Clear" button to remove all messages

Fun Fact: This message will appear at the bottom of the report card for the designated grade level(s).

Step Twelve: Click the “Preview” button to get a sneak peek of your report cards.


Step Thirteen: Click the "Print" button to print the report cards or the "Export" button to export the report cards to a CSV file.

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