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Student Roster Report

The Student Roster Report displays student demographic information, listed one row per student.

You can use the report to generate a list of demographic information by class. Add blank columns and name them to fit your needs. For example, you can use this report to keep track of money collected for classroom field trips, or as an emergency contact list.

If you previously used the Attendance Grid report in PowerTeacher Gradebook, you can now use the Student Roster report to create a grid of students with blank columns to take attendance offline for a field trip, assembly, or outside activity.

  1. Select Reports and choose Student Roster Report.
  2. Under Criteria, enter a report title.
  3. Choose from the Classes drop-down list.
  4. Under Sort Options, choose from the Students drop-down list. The Gradebook Preference option defaults to the selection you made on the Display Settings page.
  5. Under Display, choose from the Student Columns and Contact Columns drop-down lists.

    • If your district uses the Student Contacts features in PowerSchool SIS, you may have access to additional columns.
    • You can report on all contacts or choose a Contact Type to filter the contact options that appear on the report.

    1. Choose Blank to add custom student columns you can use on the printed report to record attendance or participation.
    2. Use the arrows to reorder the columns to the order you want them to appear on the report output.
      The student roster report editor shows the various drop-down lists to choose from and the arrows to use to reorder the columns.
  6. Click Students.
    1. Select Include Dropped Students to include dropped students on the report.
    2. If you want to run the report for a subset of students, select Add/Remove Students and use the filter to locate specific students. Clear the checkboxes next to students to exclude them from the report.
  7. Click Format.
  8. Enter the text that you want to appear on the report in the Top Note and Bottom Note.
  9. Click Run Report.

    In most web browsers, the report file automatically saves to the designated download folder on your computer. When using a Safari browser, the report output appears in a browser window. Choose File, then Export as PDF, to download the report to your computer.

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