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Click here to view a pdf report card created from the SchoolMation system.
The report card system is very flexible. Assessment descriptors can be added to any course by the course teacher. In this report you will see different teachers using different descriptors. Comments can be added or not. PDF reports can be created for a single student, a class, a grade or the whole school at once.
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Uploading Deleting User Photographs

Student/User photographs can be included/displayed in the
SchoolMation solution. Since SchoolMation is web-based, all
photographs should be in .gif or .jpg format and be of an appropriate
size for fast display over an Internet connection. Many schools use a
digital camera to take student pictures or they make an arrangement
with the school photographer(s) to supply student school photos onCD-ROM.
Running a batch script in a photo editing application is usually a
fast way to resize photographs to a standard dimension appropriate
for SchoolMation use. Note: Make sure that the manager has set the
default picture directory before you upload your pictures.
1. Login as an Administrator
2. Enter the Administrator section
3. Select the "Pictures" button
4. You will be presented with a form for uploading/deleting user photographs
5. Use the pop-up menu to select the grade of the user(s) that you
wish to add a picture for
6. Click the "Reload" button
7. Choose a user from the pop-up list
8. Click the "Browse" button and navigate around your computer's file
system until you find the picture that you wish to upload
9. To save this picture, click the "Upload" button
10. Once the upload is complete, your picture will display on the
screen with a verification notice of the upload.
11. To delete a user's picture, leave the picture field blank and
click "Upload"
12. You will receive a verification notice on the screen informing
you of the deletion.

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New version of SchoolMation released!

A new version of SchoolMation has been released. It has many new features please refer to the change log file and look for version 2.3. It now has very useful date search functions than can be easily configured to match the term or semester dates in your school. This makes it quick and easy only to retrieve that data that is relevant to a particular period. Financial System also added.

SchoolMation 2.3 released 5-14-2005: BUY IT NOW

Click HERE to access the SchoolMation version 2.3 Online Demonstration

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