Whether you're new to jmc or looking to refresh your skills, we're here to help. We'll start by covering the core day-to-day tasks you'll be performing in jmc, such as logging in, basic navigation, adding students, and looking up student records. Then, we'll move onto more advanced topics, such as managing student contacts and generating reports. Our goal is to ensure that you feel confident using jmc and have the necessary skills and knowledge to navigate the software like a pro.
Let's begin by exploring the jmc home page. This page is packed with information you'll use frequently, so it's important to know how to navigate it effectively.
Ready to explore the modules that make up jmc Office? From Activities to Online Payments and everything in between these powerful tools are key to managing and tracking student information efficiently.
As you start using various modules in jmc Office, here's a helpful tip that can save you time.
Get ready for an in-depth orientation of the View Student Data page and the essential information you need to work with student records.
Ready to learn how the Wiz can guide you through the necessary steps for entering a new student or a returning fifth year senior to your school's database? Check out this resource as we take you through every step of the process.
Now that you have added students to your jmc database, the next step is to add their contacts and associate them with their respective students as primary contacts, emergency contacts, and more. To get started, let's take a look at the different types of contacts in jmc, so you can understand how to best manage and organize your contact information.
Whether you need to update an existing contact or add a new one, managing your contact records is easy with jmc. In the following article, we'll guide you through the process of adding and editing contact information, so you can keep your students' records up-to-date and have important information readily available.
After adding and editing contact information in jmc, the next step is to associate those contacts with their students. By doing so, you can ensure the appropriate contacts are notified in case of an emergency or other important communication.
Let's take a look at how to run and print a contact directory report in jmc Office, which provides a comprehensive list of all contacts in your data, including primary and emergency contacts along with their related students' information such as grade level and phone number.