Navigate to Student Data > Scheduling > Course Attendance.
Each student's entire schedule of sections for the year, along with the Start and Stop Dates for each section, is displayed on the Course Attendance (CAR) page. When Attendance (ATT) and Course Attendance (CAR) are initialized, Course Attendance (CAR) Start and Stop Dates are pre-populated for the entire year for all sections in a student’s schedule. When a student's schedule is changed, the changes are added to the student's Course Attendance record.
Note: The Issue Credit feature has been adjusted to support schools using Flex Scheduling and Section Staff.
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Add a Course Attendance Record ↑
Adding Course Attendance Records is useful in cases where back-filling missing section data after the student has enrolled, where CAR records were deleted through user error, or when CAR records are accidentally deleted while dropping a student on the Demographics page.
Click the Add New Record button in the upper right corner.
The section number, if known, can be entered in the search box and it will display in the drop-down. Other search methods include searching by Course Number, Course Title, Teacher Name, or Staff ID.
Once the section is selected, add an enter date and leave date of when the student first entered this class and the last day the student attended this class, then click the SAVE icon.
All other information will populate automatically based on the section information from MST.
The School Calendar is used to check for valid school days. If the date selected is a non-school day, the following message will display prompting the user to enter a valid date.
Once the correct date is entered, the CAR record can be saved.
Using the Print Button ↑
The Print button on the page displays the Print Student Class Schedule Changes Report Options form. The student's Course Attendance can be printed by Term and can reflect only changes as of a certain date. Additionally, you can choose to print the student's current class schedule and/or limit to only sections at the current school.
The following is an example of the report.