Conferences are a perfect time to remind parents about using ParentVUE as a resource and to iron out any access issues they may may have. We recommend having a station where staff can print activation letters for new ParentVUE accounts or troubleshoot access issues on existing accounts.
Elementary teachers can generate a progress report like the one pictured below. Both the marks and the student name in this example are made up. The article below will open in a new window/tab and walk you through the process.
1. From the main grade book screen, click on the "Reports" button.
2. In the window that opens, select the "Detailed Progress Report" option from the pulldown menu.
3. Click the "Run Report" button in the lower right corner. Report will load as a PDF. In addition to the detailed progress report (pictured below) you may want to run the "Student Missing Assignments" report. This report will return a list of all assignments for a student that have the "Mi" (missing) comment code.
You will use the StudentVUE grade book to view standards scores for a student. This is a great way to expose parents to the ParentVUE resource. Parents with an account (or an activation letter) can access their student's grade book via ParentVUE at https://svue.ttsd.k12.or.us. During conferences, you can quickly switch from one StudentVUE grade book to another from your seating chart.
1. From your seating chart, click on the middle of a student's picture. Select "StudentVUE from the menu that appears. StudentVUE will open in a new window.
2. Click on "Grade Book" and then your class.
3. Click on the "Standards" link to view overall standards scores for the student. Clicking on a standard will expose the individual assignments that have that standard attached.