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Print AM/PM Attendance form letters
Print AM/PM Attendance form letters

Review student attendance trends and share attendance concerns with families by printing and sending home AM/PM attendance form letters.

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Written by Emily Hoyne
Updated over a week ago

AM/PM attendance form letters offer you, your students, and your families an instant look at attendance trends. Printing AM/PM form letters will help you identify students with attendance concerns and pass those concerns along to families. Begin by reviewing which details you want printed on the form, select the students you want included, and print the form letters to review and share with families.

To print your custom AM/PM attendance form letters, log in to jmc Office and go to Attendance > Reports > Form Letters.

Step One: Select the form to be printed from the "Select Form" drop-down list.

Helpful Tip: If you'd like to view or edit details of the selected form, click the "Show Form Configurations" button. Then, click the "Edit" link to edit the details of the form from the corresponding drop-down lists.

Step Two: Select a radio button from the "Select" box to identify which students to be printed on the selected AM/PM attendance form. Then fill out the appropriate fields highlighted below.

  • By Random: select one or more students by entering their name or student ID in the "Find" field

  • 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 (optional): Place a checkmark in the "Primary Contact – Print only intended recipient’s contact data" checkbox to print only that contact's personal data on the form letter.

Step Four: Click the "Print" button to print or save a pdf copy of your attendance form letters.

Step Five: Click the "Create Corresponding Discipline Records" button to record attendance infractions in each student's permanent discipline record preventing the student from receiving a duplicate letter in the future.

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