Progress Reports are traditionally utilized by schools during the mid-point of a term. Progress Reports are less dynamic than Report Cards, but Gradelink keeps them incredibly customizable. That being said, Gradelink has made Progress Reports obsolete for most schools, as parents are able to check a student’s progress at any point simply by logging into their Gradelink accounts. Still, for schools that prefer printed, parent-signed Progress Reports, Gradelink makes it available at the simple click of a button. Unlike Report Cards, Sub-Grades will not appear on a Progress Report; however, Custom Classes will appear. In addition, subjects will not appear on a Progress Report if no grades have been entered, even if that class has been concluded (classes do not have to be concluded for Progress Reports).
Progress Reports Overview Print
Modified on: Thu, Jan 10, 2019 at 2:12 PM
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