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Course Roster Report: A Solution To Printing A Class Rosters

A question we commonly get here is how teachers can easily find and print a class roster. With a new school year just getting underway for many schools, it’s an understandable question.

Thankfully, we have a very easy answer: The Course Roster report.

The place to start is under the Faculty persona, the location where teachers can find everything from their schedule, to Gradebooks, Conduct, Assignment Center, and much more. Under Classes, select the correct class from the list and then Roster. As expected, this displays everyone associated with the class like faculty and students in a nice, tiled format. Unfortunately, this page isn’t very printer friendly.

The place to turn to now is Run Roster/Student Reports where the aforementioned Course Roster report is waiting in the list. Select it to generate a new page with all sorts of vital information.
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At the top of the report is your course information. This includes the class name, the school term that the class is associated with, room number and the teacher name. Under that is the complete class roster list with each student shown in alphabetical order, their expected graduation date, contact phone number and advisor if they have one. Parent contact information is also included here.

This report also features the option of viewing or printing from a different format such as a PDF or a Microsoft Word document. You can also export the data to Microsoft Excel if needed.

For many of you asking about an easy to print roster option, we hope this helps. While you’re here, consider subscribing to the K-12 Community if you haven’t already. This will keep you up to date on all the latest content including our monthly release letter blog update, which is coming next week.

Thanks for reading, everyone!
Posted by Derek Nichols on Sep 11, 2018 2:08 PM America/New_York

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