The Student Attendance Detail, Student Attendance Campus Summary, and Student Attendance District Summary reports are run for each six-week Attendance Reporting Period. The Student Attendance Detail report provides specific attendance data for each student. The Student Attendance Campus Summary report provides summary attendance data by campus and track. The Student Attendance District Summary report provides summary attendance data for one or all schools in the district. 


Note:  before running these reports, the six-week periods must be correctly configured on the Attendance Reporting Periods page.


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Permissions

To print the reports, Read permissions to Student Attendance (ATT), Special Ed (CSE), Attendance Reporting Details (ARD) for the Student Attendance Detail, and Attendance Reporting Summary (ARS) for the Campus and District Summaries, are required. 


To recompute the data printed on the reports, Mass Update to ARD and ARS are also required. Additionally, to print the Social Security Number field on the Student Attendance Detail report, Read permissions to the Encrypted Student Data (ESD) security area are required.


Student Attendance Detail Report

At the school level, filter Reports by "student attendance detail" or navigate to Reports > Attendance > Student Attendance Detail. This report is also available on the View All Reports page, in the Attendance category.

Under Print For Which Reporting Period?, select the six-week attendance reporting period to print. 


The Student Attendance Detail report can be printed without recomputing the attendance data totals, or it can be set to recompute the data as it prints. To print the Student Attendance Detail without recomputing the attendance data totals in the report, un-check the Recompute Attendance Reporting Details (ARD) Information checkbox. If the data on the report should be recomputed from current data, check the Recompute Attendance Reporting Details (ARD) Information checkbox.


A blue informational box highlights which six-week periods have already been computed. In the example above, only the first six-week reporting period has been computed. If a reporting period is re-calculated, all subsequent reporting periods will have to be re-calculated.


As the red message indicates, Recomputing Reporting Period 1 will delete ALL records in ARD. In other words, if the first six-week attendance reporting period is recomputed, the other reporting periods will all need to be recomputed.


If the Print Student Photo checkbox is selected, the Student Attendance Detail report will include a student photo, if existing.


Once the correct options have been selected, click Run Report. The report will be printed by grade.


The Student Attendance Detail summarizes data stored in the following tables:  ATT (Attendance Data), PGM (Special Program Details), FOF (504 Plans) , GTE (Gifted/Talented), LAC (Language Assessment), CSE (Special Education Data) and CSH (Special Ed Instructional Setting History). 


The report provides a header and four informational sections:  Student Information, Current Programs, Enrollment, and Programs. At the end of the report, a signature section is provided.


The header of the report contains the following information:

  • The school year, district name, and school name
  • The date the report was printed
  • The county-district-campus number
  • The six-week Attendance Reporting Period number and date range
  • The total number of days of instruction in the reporting period
  • The student's instructional track
  • The student's grade


Student Information contains identifying data from the student's Demographics page:

  • Name
  • Gender
  • Grade
  • Birthdate and age as of September 1st
  • Student ID, Unique ID, and SSN or state-assigned alternative ID number
  • Ethnic group
  • Name and address of parent or guardian with whom the student resides
  • Original entry date in enrollment this year


The Current Programs section contains the student's most recent program information:

  • ADA Eligibility (STU.SP)
  • Special Education instructional setting code (CSH.INS)
  • Speech therapy indicator (CSV.CD = 411 or 412)
  • Bilingual (PGM.CD = 146 and PGM.TY = 2, 3, 4, or 5)
  • ESL (PGM.CD = 147 and PGM.TY = 2 or 3)
  • Career/Tech Ed 
    • PGM.CD = 154 and PGM.TY = 1 or 2 and PGM.HR = 1, 2, or 3 or
    • Course Enrollment (CAR) in a CTE course section with a MST.CH = 1, 2, or 3
  • Gifted/Talented (GTE)
  • Pregnancy-Related (PGM.CD = 162) 


The Enrollment section contains a summary of the student's enrollment and attendance data during the reporting period.

  • Reporting Period
  • Start Date and End Date:  the student's enrollment during the reporting period
  • School, track and grade level for the student
  • Days taught
  • Days in membership 
  • Total days absent 
  • Total days present
  • Total days eligible
  • Total days ineligible
  • OFSDP/HSEP minutes eligible
  • OFSDP/HSEP minutes ineligible

The student's dates of absence during the reporting period are displayed under the summary line.


The Programs section contains summary information from ATT and programs (PGM, FOF, GTE, LAC, CSE, and CSH). Each program line contains the following data:

  • Six-week reporting period
  • Program name and code
  • Student's school, track and grade
  • Days eligible for the program
  • Contact Hours:  
    • For an Instructional Setting:  Days eligible multiplied by the specific Contact Hour Multiplier for the Instructional Setting 
    • Career and Technical Education:  Days eligible multiplied by the specific Contact Hour Multiplier for the CTE Course
  • Excess Hours:  any hours more than a total of six hours per day in a Career Tech or Instructional Setting program
  • Enter and Leave:  the start and end dates in the program


Flexible Attendance

Attendance for students in Flexible Attendance programs (OFSDP or HSEP) is calculated according to the following specifications. 


If both the following conditions are true for the student, the OFSDP or HSEP minutes will be calculated:

  • The student's ADA Eligibility Code (STU.SP, ATT.PR/ENR.PR = "7" or "8")
    • Eligible Minutes if PR = 7
    • Ineligible Minutes if PR = 8
  • The student's Flex-Att Code (ATT.FA/ENR.FA = 1, 2, 3, or 6)
    • OFSDP is codes 1, 3, and 6
    • HSEP is code 2


Minutes for Flex-Att are based on their total Supplemental Attendance Data (ATD.TM), which is the student's minutes in a Supplemental Attendance program. Additionally, a daily minimum of 45 minutes is required, before the minutes will be included in the calculation (in other words, if the student is in attendance in a Flex-Att Supplemental Attendance session for less than 45 minutes, those minutes will not be included in the student's time). Daily Present for OFSDP is calculated as the total minutes / 240. For HSEP, the Daily Present is total minutes / 360.


Only Supplemental Attendance programs designated as Flex-Att (ATP.FA = Y) will have their time included.  


Campus, Track and Grade Summaries

After the student pages, another view of the information is provided summarized by grade, track, and campus:


After the summaries, a signature area is provided.


Student Attendance Campus Summary Report

This report provides attendance summary information by grade level for the campus and track. 


Filter Reports by "student attendance campus summary" or navigate to Reports > Attendance > Student Attendance Campus Summary.

Under Print For Which Reporting Period?, select the six-week attendance reporting period to print. 


The Student Attendance Campus Summary report can be printed without recomputing the attendance data totals, or it can be set to recompute the data as it prints. To print the Student Attendance Campus Summary without recomputing the attendance data totals in the report, un-check the Recompute Attendance Reporting Details (ARD) Information checkbox. If the data on the report should be recomputed from current data, check the Recompute Attendance Reporting Details (ARD) Information checkbox.


A blue informational box highlights which six-week periods have already been computed. In the example above, the first two six-week reporting period have been computed. If a reporting period is re-calculated, all subsequent reporting periods will have to be re-calculated.


As the red message indicates, Recomputing Reporting Period 1 will delete ALL records in ARD. In other words, if the first six-week attendance reporting period is recomputed, the other reporting periods will all need to be recomputed.


Once the correct options have been selected, click Run Report.



The Student Attendance Campus Summary summarizes the data printed for each student individually on the Student Attendance Detail report.  


The report provides a header and four informational sections:  Track/Campus Summary, Career Tech Summary, Special Education Summary, and Program ADA / FTE. Multiple tracks will be printed on separate pages. At the end of the report, a campus summary is provided. Finally, a signature section is on the last page of the report.


The header of the report contains the following information:

  • The school year, district name, and school name
  • The county-district-campus number
  • The date the report was printed
  • The six-week Attendance Reporting Period number, the Track number, and the six-weeks' date range
  • The total number of days of instruction in the reporting period


The Track/Campus Summary section provides a summary of attendance data by grade level.


The following data is included:

  • Grade level
  • Days Membership (both eligible and ineligible students)
  • Days Absent (both eligible and ineligible students)
  • Days Present (both eligible and ineligible students)
  • Ineligible Days Present 
  • Eligible Days Present
  • Eligible Days Bilingual / ESL
  • Eligible Days Pregnancy - Related
  • Eligible Days Special Ed Mainstream
  • Total Gifted / Talented Students
  • ADA % (Days Present / Days Membership)


Career Tech Summary

The Career Tech Summary section summarizes the Career Technical Education data for the track and campus:


The Career Tech Summary provides the following data for each of the career and technical education codes V1 - V3:

  • Eligible Days
  • Contact Value
  • Contact Hours
  • FTE or Full-Time Equivalent


The Special Education Summary section summarizes attendance data for each Instructional Setting, including Speech:


The following data is provided for each Instructional Setting, including Speech:

  • Total Eligible Days Present
  • Contact Value
  • Total Contact Hours
  • Excess Contact Hours
  • Eligible Hours
  • FTE or Full-Time Equivalent


The Program ADA / FTE section summarizes ADA and FTE data:



At the end of the report, a signature area is provided.


Student Attendance District Summary Report

This report totals attendance data for one, multiple, or all schools and for the district. 


At the district level, filter Reports by "student attendance district summary" or navigate to Reports > Attendance > Student Attendance District Summary.

Under Print For Which Reporting Period?, select the six-week attendance reporting period to print. 


The Student Attendance District Summary report can be printed without recomputing the attendance data totals, or it can be set to recompute the data as it prints. To print the Student Attendance District Summary without recomputing the attendance data totals in the report, un-check the Recompute Attendance Reporting Details (ARD) Information checkbox. If the data on the report should be recomputed from current data, check the Recompute Attendance Reporting Details (ARD) Information checkbox.


The summary data will be printed by track. The last page will provide a District Summary


A blue informational box highlights which six-week periods have already been computed. In the example above, the first two six-week reporting periods have been computed. If a reporting period is re-calculated, all subsequent reporting periods will have to be re-calculated.


As the red message indicates, Recomputing Reporting Period 1 will delete ALL records in ARD. In other words, if the first six-week attendance reporting period is recomputed, the other reporting periods will all need to be recomputed.


Once the correct options have been selected, click Run Report.


The report provides a header and three informational sections:  Track or District Summary, Career Tech Summary, and Special Education Summary. Multiple tracks will be printed on separate pages. At the end of the report, a district summary is provided. Finally, a signature section is on the last page of the report.


The header of the report contains the following information:

  • The school year and district name
  • The county-district-campus number
  • The date the report was printed
  • The six-week Attendance Reporting Period number, the Track number, and the six-weeks' date range
  • The Maximum Days and Minimum Days of instruction in the reporting period


The Track or District Summary section provides a summary of attendance data by grade level.


The following data is included:

  • Grade level
  • Days Membership (both eligible and ineligible students)
  • Days Absent (both eligible and ineligible students)
  • Days Present (both eligible and ineligible students)
  • Ineligible Days Present 
  • Eligible Days Present
  • Eligible Days Bilingual / ESL
  • Eligible Days Pregnancy - Related
  • Eligible Days Special Ed Mainstream
  • Total Gifted / Talented Students
  • ADA % (Days Present / Days Membership)


Career Tech Summary

The Career Tech Summary section summarizes the Career Technical Education attendance data:


The Career Tech Summary provides the following data for each of the career and technical education codes V1 - V3:

  • Eligible Days
  • Contact Value
  • Contact Hours
  • FTE or Full-Time Equivalent


The Special Education Summary section summarizes attendance data for each Instructional Setting, including Speech:


The following data is provided for each Instructional Setting, including Speech:

  • Total Eligible Days Present
  • Contact Value
  • Total Contact Hours
  • Excess Contact Hours
  • Eligible Hours
  • FTE or Full-Time Equivalent


At the end of the report, a signature area is provided.