After running the Mass Student Scheduler the following reports can help identify conflicts. Search for any of the reports by typing their name into the main search bar.
This page provides high level info about the schedule - percentage of requests fulfilled, percentage of schedules completed, and more.
The Board 2.0 BETA
This provides you an overall view of the master schedule and allow you to make direct changes to the master schedule. You can change sections, create sections, filter courses/depts/teachers, and much more. Additionally, you can also move students out of classes and mass move students to other sections. To edit a section simply click on the blue section ID number.
Master Schedule Conflicts
This report shows conflicting information for sections that have already been placed in the master schedule (as opposed to the Conflict Matrix, which shows potential conflicts without taking the actual master schedule into account).
Results are color-coded according to the percentage of conflicted course requests. Green sections have no conflicts. Sections with conflict range from yellow to red, with red sections having higher percentages of conflicts. Each section that appears in the report has some basic information listed about its course and teacher:
1. The section ID number is a link, and clicking it will lead you to section information that you may (i.e., at that point) edit.
2. Conflict counts and percentages appear beneath the basic section info. If a course appears in the conflict list, it means that a section of that course is being offered in the same period as the course noted at the top of the box, and that there are students who have requested both courses. The count shows how many students requested both courses.
The conflicted course’s name is a link to a list of the students who requested the given course (noted at the top of the box) and also requested the conflicting course course (noted after the count and percentage, as circled above).
Click on any conflicting course name to see a list of students who requested the course. See below for a way in which you can easily change these student requests in cases where appropriate.
Course Request Details
Course Request Details - to review the complete list of course requests by students and see which have been fulfilled. Click on column headers for easy filtering.
Incomplete Draft Schedules
To view students who are missing a class/period. An 'X' indicates a missing period/timeblock. Use the filters at the top of the report to control the list. Click on the student's ID number to navigate to the Draft Student Schedule page to make corrections.
Master Scheduler Balancing
This report gives a big picture look at the number of sections that were created per course, per period, and the number of students by grade level that were placed in the course.
1. The key at the bottom lists the grade levels represented in the order they will be shown in the boxes above.
2. For any given box, the large bold number at the top shows the total number of sections for the course listed on the left. The smaller numbers within the box indicate the number of students in that particular grade level that received that course within that period. So for this example I can see that there are 4 sections of Language Arts 7 in period 2. 101 seventh graders have received the course and zero eighth graders.
3. The blue rows and columns give overall totals.
f you clicked on any course name (as circled in the previous image), you can easily change the requests of students who requested the course to another course selection. Simply:
1. Check the box at the top if you want to select all students for the course request change or check the box of each student individually.
2. If you want to merely remove that course request for these students, click Remove.
3. If you want to replace the request for that course with a request for another (e.g., similar or alternate) course, simply select a new course from the drop-down menu and then click Switch Course.
Student Scheduler Actions
This report shows the number of sections assigned per student as well as the number of course requests that were unsatisfied. Click on the headers for easy sorting. Sort by "Total Requests Unsatisfied" to easily identify students with unsatisfied course requests then click on the student ID number to quickly navigate to a student's Draft Schedule.