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MB Bulletin Scolaire (9-12)

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Introduction

This report creates the Bulletin Scolaire for students in grades 9 through 12.

At the user's option, a PDF file or an XML file is created.

Selection Criteria

Student Selection

  • Student grade level is >= 9.
  • Student is part of the student selection for the report.
  • Student is currently enrolled or was enrolled in the current school and term at the top of the PowerSchool page.
  • Student is enrolled in at least one class whose scheduling term matches one of the terms selected on the report input page and the class has course marks, learning behaviour marks and/or teacher comments.

Class (CC) Selection

  • The class has course marks, learning behaviour marks and/or teacher comments relevant to the store codes selected for term 1, term 2, term 3, term 4, exam mark 1, exam mark 2, or final grade.
  • If the student has withdrawn from the class, the class will only output for the report card immediately following the withdrawal. The course will not appear on subsequent report cards.
  • If the Print Cumulative Report Card option is selected, all classes with marks and/or teacher comments are printed. This applies to both completed and withdrawn classes.
  • If the "Include Audit Classes" option is selected, if the [S_MB_CC_X]IsAuditing flag is turned on for the student for the class, the class is included. If the option is not selected and the audit flag for the student for the class is on, the class is excluded.

Report Type

  • Schools with only semester-long classes can print semester or mixed report cards.
  • Schools with only year-long classes that issue report cards three times per year should use non-semester report cards.
  • Schools with only year-long classes that issue report cards four times per year should use mixed report cards.
  • Schools with a mix of semester-long and year-long classes can either print one semester report card and one non-semester report card for each student, or use the mixed report cards. If the first option is chosen, the semester report cards should exclude the year-long courses, and the non-semester report cards should exclude the semester-long courses. Semester report cards are printed four times per year, and the non-semester report cards three times per year. Mixed report cards are the recommended option.
  • Schools with quarter-long courses can print semester or mixed report cards.

Report Input

For help with navigation and running the report, see How to Find and Generate a Report.

Parameter

Description

Choice Details

Run Report For*

List of students to generate report cards for.

Choose whether you wish to run the report for the current selection of students or have the report search for students based on school, entry date and exit date (All Students). When the current selection is selected, the Grade Level is still considered for inclusion in the report run.

Note: This parameter is required.

Sort By*

What to sort the report cards by

Select the method of sorting for the report cards.

Options are:

  • Student Name
  • Student Name by Homeroom
  • Student Name by Grade

Note: This parameter is required.

Student Name

The Student legal name or preferred name.

Choose one of the following to determine whether the student's legal or preferred name should appear on the report:

  • Legal Name
  • Preferred Name

Note: The default selection is Legal Name.

Date Issued*

The date to generate the report card for

Enter the date to be printed in the Date Issued field of the report card header. Defaults to today.

Note: This parameter is required.

Generate PDF Report Cards

PDF file output indicator.

Check if a PDF version of the report card is to be created. User can select either PDF or XML, but not both.

Generate XML Report Cards

XML file output indicator.

Check if an XML version of the report card is to be created. User can select either PDF or XML, but not both.

Exclude Classes With No Final Marks

Exclude classes that have no final marks.

Controls whether classes without final marks are included in the XML Report Cards. Select the checkbox to exclude classes that do not have final marks.

Include Excluded Courses

Include courses that are excluded from student marks

Controls whether courses with the [Courses] MB_ExcludeFromStuMarks field set to ‘Y’ are included on the report. Select the checkbox to include these courses.

Include Audit Classes

Include classes for which the student has been flagged as auditing

If selected, if "Student Is Auditing This Class" flag is turned on for the student for the class, the class is included. If the option is not selected and the audit flag is on for the class for the student, the class is not included. Default value is unchecked.

Include Principal's Name on Signature Line

Include the principal name on the report card

Controls how the Principal’s name is printed on the Principal Signature line at the end of the report or if it is to be left blank, ready for a hand signature. Choose “Print Name” to print the value stored in the [Schools]Principal field. Choose “Use Signature Image” to use the uploaded signature at the location stored in [S_MB_SCH_X]PrincipalSignatureRCPath. The signature must be in JPEG format and 2.8 x 0.5 inches at 300 DPI (840x150 pixels).

Options are:

  • Don’t Include
  • Print Name
  • Use Signature Image

Timeframe Name

The name of the timeframe to print

Optionally enter a time frame for this report card run. E.g.: “Semester 1 – Mid-Term”. The time frame will appear in the report card header below the “Grades 9 to 12 Report Card” and above the School Name.

Include “Course” Before Course Names

Print word “cours” before course names

Controls whether the word “Cours:” is printed before each course name on the report. Select the checkbox to include this.

Include Semester Names on Mixed Report Cards

Print semester names above teacher names

Controls whether semester names are printed for classes on mixed semester reports. Select the checkbox to include the semester names above the teacher names.

Print Cumulative Report Card

Print cumulative report card

Controls whether a cumulative report is generated containing all teacher comments suitable for archival purposes. Select the checkbox to include all teacher comments on the report.

Print Comment Term

Print term headers in comment box for cumulative report cards

If selected, the report prints a term header in the comment box for each term for which comments are printed. Default value is unchecked. Only enabled if Print Cumulative Report Card is selected.

Teacher Name*

Type of teacher name to display

Controls the format of the Teacher Names on the report card.

Options are:

  • Use Teacher First and Last Name
  • Use Teacher Preferred Name and Last Name
  • Use Teacher First Initial and Last Name

Note: This parameter is required.

Include Co-Teachers

Select teachers to print

Controls whether all teachers associated with a class are printed or just the lead teacher. If set to "Yes' all teachers are printed, otherwise only the lead teacher for the class is printed. This applies to both homeroom teachers and subject teachers.

Print Report Cards In*

(Orientation)

Report Card page orientation

Controls the orientation of the subject pages of the Report Card. Options are Portrait and Landscape.

Notes:

  • The first and last page of each student report card is always be in Portrait layout.
  • This parameter is required.

Print Double Sided Report Card

Specify whether report will be printed single or double sided.

If selected, the report inserts, if necessary, a blank page at the end of a student's report card to ensure that the report card for the next student starts on an odd page. Default is unchecked.

If selected, and the selected orientation is landscape, only the course detail pages are double sided - the backs of the first page and the last page are printed blank.

Print For Transferred Out Students Only

Specify to print report cards for students who are no longer enrolled in this school

If selected, the report only prints report cards for students who are not currently enrolled in the school in the school term specified at the top of the PowerSchool page.

The report will only check the students included the Run Report For selection.

Report Card Type

Type of report card to generate

Select one of the following:

  • Non-Semester
  • Semester
  • Mixed

The selected report card type affects how the store code selection list boxes described below are displayed.

Refer also to Report Type selection criteria above.

Note: This parameter is required.

Included Terms*

Terms used to identify the classes to include.

Select one or more terms. Only classes whose scheduling term matches a selected term are included in the report.

Note: This parameter is required.

Term 1 Store Code(s)

Store code used to identify the grades to report on the “First” term of the Report Card.

Displayed regardless of selected Report Card Type.

You can select more than one store code by dragging in the list with the mouse, or by pressing the shift, command or control keys while clicking in the list with the mouse.

Note: When selecting multiple store codes, ensure that term marks for a class exist for only one of the store codes in this list, otherwise unpredictable results may occur.

Term 2 Store Code(s)

Store code used to identify the grades to report on the “Second” term of the Report Card.

Displayed regardless of selected Report Card Type.

You can select more than one store code by dragging in the list with the mouse, or by pressing the shift, command or control keys while clicking in the list with the mouse.

Note: When selecting multiple store codes, ensure that term marks for a class exist for only one of the store codes in this list, otherwise unpredictable results may occur.

Term 3 Store Code

Store code used to identify the grades to report on the “Third” term of the Report Card.

Displayed only for Non-Semester and Mixed Report Card Types.

You can select more than one store code by dragging in the list with the mouse, or by pressing the shift, command or control keys while clicking in the list with the mouse.

Note: When selecting multiple store codes, ensure that term marks for a class exist for only one of the store codes in this list, otherwise unpredictable results may occur.

Term 4 Store Code

Store code used to identify the grades to report on the “Fourth” term of the Report Card.

Displayed only for Mixed Report Card Type.

You can select more than one store code by dragging in the list with the mouse, or by pressing the shift, command or control keys while clicking in the list with the mouse.

Note: When selecting multiple store codes, ensure that term marks for a class exist for only one of the store codes in this list, otherwise unpredictable results may occur.

First Exam Store Code

Store code used to identify the grades to report on the “First” exam of the Report Card.

Displayed only for Non-Semester and Mixed Report Card Type.

You can select more than one store code by dragging in the list with the mouse, or by pressing the shift, command or control keys while clicking in the list with the mouse.

Note: When selecting multiple store codes, ensure that first exam marks for a class exist for only one of the store codes in this list, otherwise unpredictable results may occur.

Second Exam Store Code

Store code used to identify the grades to report on the “Second” exam of the Report Card.

Displayed only for Non-Semester and Mixed Report Card Type.

You can select more than one store code by dragging in the list with the mouse, or by pressing the shift, command or control keys while clicking in the list with the mouse.

Note: When selecting multiple store codes, ensure that second exam marks for a class exist for only one of the store codes in this list, otherwise unpredictable results may occur.

Exam Store Code

Store code used to identify the grades to report on the “Final” exam of the Report Card.

Displayed only for Semester Report Card Type.

You can select more than one store code by dragging in the list with the mouse, or by pressing the shift, command or control keys while clicking in the list with the mouse.

Note: When selecting multiple store codes, ensure that exam marks for a class exist for only one of the store codes in this list, otherwise unpredictable results may occur.

Final Grade Store Code

Store code used to identify the grades to report on the “Final” grade of the Report Card.

Displayed regardless of Report Card Type.

You can select more than one store code by dragging in the list with the mouse, or by pressing the shift, command or control keys while clicking in the list with the mouse.

Note: When selecting multiple store codes, ensure that final grade marks for a class exist for only of the store codes in this list, otherwise unpredictable results may occur.

Get marks from Stored Grades

The source of student Stored Grade marks; grade or percent.

Select one of the following options:

  • Grade: The report uses the [StoredGrades]Grade value.
  • Percent: The report uses the [StoredGrades]Percent value.
    (unless [StoredGrades]Percent is empty, null, or 0 AND [StoredGrades]Grade contains one of: CO’, ‘IN’, ‘NE’, ‘NM’, in which case the report uses the value of [StoredGrades]Grade)

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Report Output - PDF

The report output contains one Bulletin scolaire per student depending on the selection criteria described above.

Each of the fields displayed in the output of the report are described below. See Understanding the Report Output Table for a definition of each column in the table.

Note: Valid values for Comportements liés à l'apprentissage are C, S, P, or R. The code '9' represents "Non-assessed" and outputs in the XML version of the report, but outputs as blank in the PDF version

Completion of Graduation Requirements for Graduation Page

Currently Supported Templates

  • Français Program
  • Français Technology Program

Graduation Program Selection Criteria For the Graduation Page

Refer to the Graduation Requirements section of the Appendix for information on setting up the Graduation Plan for each of the programs mentioned above at the District level. Ensure that the Français Technology program has a ‘Technology Education’ subject category.

Set the student with a graduation plan. Ensure that the student has one of the above graduation plans selected. If the student has more than one graduation plan, select the plan that should be used by the Secondary Report Card on the State/Province Information->Ministry Graduation Plan dropdown.

Data Element

Description

 [Table]FieldName

Page 1 - Header

School Division

Name of district.

[Prefs]Value where [Prefs]Name = ‘DistrictName’

Time Frame

The Time Frame for the report, e.g. “Semester 1 – Mid Term”.

Timeframe entered at runtime

School Name

Name of School

[Schools]Name

School Address

School’s Address

[Schools]Address

[Schools]SchoolCity

[Schools]SchoolState

[Schools]SchoolZip

School Phone

School’s Phone Number

[Schools]SchoolPhone

School Logo

If using School and District Logo then logos must be 0.8 x 0.8 in at 300 DPI (240 x 240 pixels)

If just using School Logo (no District Logo) then logo must be 1.7 x 1.7 inches at 300 DPI (510 x 510 pixels)

Note: When specifying file paths to any logo or principal signature images used by the report cards, the path must be in a proper URI format. For example: If the district image logo's location is: C:\Program Files\PowerSchool\data\picture\general\district_logo.jpg the corresponding URI must be: file: ///C:/Program Files/PowerSchool/data/picture/general/district_logo.jp

Filename including path is stored in [S_MB_SCH_X]SchoolLogoPath

District Logo

If using School and District Logo then logos must be 0.8 x 0.8 in at 300 DPI (240 x 240 pixels)

If just using District Logo (no School Logo) then logo must be 1.7 x 1.7 inches at 300 DPI (510 x 510 pixels)

Note: When specifying file paths to any logo or principal signature images used by the report cards, the path must be in a proper URI format. For example: If the district image logo's location is: C:\Program Files\PowerSchool\data\picture\general\district_logo.jpg the corresponding URI must be: file: ///C:/Program Files/PowerSchool/data/picture/general/district_logo.jp

Filename including path is stored in [Prefs]value where [Prefs]name = ‘MB_DistrictLogoPath’

Provincial Logo

Must be 1.7 x 1.7 inches at 300 DPI (510 x 510 pixels)

Note: When specifying file paths to any logo or principal signature images used by the report cards, the path must be in a proper URI format. For example: If the district image logo's location is: C:\Program Files\PowerSchool\data\picture\general\district_logo.jpg the corresponding URI must be: file: ///C:/Program Files/PowerSchool/data/picture/general/district_logo.jp

Filename including path is stored in [Prefs]value where [Prefs]name = ‘MB_ProvincialLogoPath’

Nom de l'élève

Student’s Full Name. Format: Last, First Middle

[Students]Last_Name

[Students]First_Name

[Students]Middle_Name

[StudentCoreFields]PSCore_Legal_Last_Name

[StudentCoreFields]PSCore_Legal_First_Name

[StudentCoreFields]PSCore_Legal_Middle_Name

[StudentCoreFields]PSCore_Legal_Suffix

No provincial de l'élève

Manitoba Provincial Student Number.

[Students]State_StudentNumber

Date d'émission

The date that the report card will be issued.

Date entered at runtime

Comportements liés à l'apprentissage – Local Option 1 Title

The name of Local Option 1 entered on the Schools page.

[S_MB_SCH_X]SRC_First_LB_Name

Comportements liés à l'apprentissage – Local Option 1 Description

The description of Local Option 1 entered on the Schools page.

[S_MB_SCH_X]SRC_First_LB_Description

 

Comportements liés à l'apprentissage – Local Option 2 Title

The name of Local Option 2 entered on the Schools page.

[S_MB_SCH_X]SRC_Second_LB_Name

Comportements liés à l'apprentissage – Local Option 2 Description

The description of Local Option 2 entered on the Schools page.

[S_MB_SCH_X]SRC_Second_LB_Description

Information for each class

Semester

The name of the semester that the class is being offered in.

[Terms]Name

Enseignant ou enseignante

The name of the teacher that is teaching the class.

If the Include Co-Teachers option is "Yes" all teachers associated with the class are printed, otherwise just the lead teacher is printed. The SectionTeacher table is used to determine the teachers associated with the class.

Note: format depends on setting of Teacher Name parameter at runtime.

[Users]Last_Name [Users]First_Name [Users]PreferredName

Valeur en crédits

The number of credits that the class is worth.

[Courses]Credit_Hours

Crédits obtenus

The number of credits that the student has earned for the class.

[StoredGrades]EarnedCrHrs

(Course Name)

The name of the course that is being taught in the class.

[Courses]Course_Name

PEP (comportements)

Indicates whether the student has an Individual Education Plan.

[StandardGradeSection]ActualGradeEntered where [PSM_Standard]Identifier is ‘S9-12.[Courses]Courses_Number.IEP’

Retards (total)

The total number of times the student has been late to the class as of the end of the term.

[Attendance]Attendance_CodeId

Absences (total)

The total number of times the student has been absent from class as of the end of the term.

[Attendance]Attendance_CodeId

Note

The grade the student has received in the class for the term.

[StoredGrades]Grade

Examen

The grade the student has received on the exam in the class. If [S_MB_SEC_X]ExamMarkIncl is defined and has the value is "Y", or, if undefined for the class, [S_MB_CRS_Courses_X]ExamMarkIncl is "Y", an "*" is printed beside the mark.

[StoredGrades]Grade

Note finale

The final grade the student has received in the class.

[StoredGrades]Grade

Gestion personnelle

The grade student has received in the class for personal management skills for the term.

[StandardGradeSection]ActualGradeEntered where [PSM_Standard]Identifier is ‘S9-12. [Courses]Courses_Number.PM’

Participation active

The grade student has received in the class for active participation in learning for the term.

[StandardGradeSection]ActualGradeEntered where [PSM_Standard]Identifier is ‘S9-12. [Courses]Courses_Number.AP’

Responsabilité sociale

The grade student has received in the class for social responsibility for the term.

[StandardGradeSection]ActualGradeEntered where [PSM_Standard]Identifier is ‘S9-12. [Courses]Courses_Number.SR’

Local Option 1

The grade student has received in the class for local option 1 for the term.

[StandardGradeSection]ActualGradeEntered where [PSM_Standard]Identifier is ‘S9-12. [Courses]Courses_Number.L1’

Local Option 2

The grade student has received in the class for local option 2 for the term.

[StandardGradeSection]ActualGradeEntered where [PSM_Standard]Identifier is ‘S9-12. [Courses]Courses_Number.L2’

Commentaires (de l'enseignant ou de l'enseignante)

The comments that the teacher has made regarding the student for the term. If more than one Term has been selected for the report, only the comment for the latest Term is printed unless the Print Cumulative Report Card option has been selected.

If [S_MB_SEC_X]ExamMarkIncl is defined and has the value is "Y", or, if undefined for the class, [S_MB_CRS_Courses_X]ExamMarkIncl is "Y", the text "* Test provincial" is printed in the comment box.

If Print Cumulative Report Card is selected, then teacher comments for all Terms selected for this report are printed. If Print Comment Term is selected, the comment for each term is preceded with a line identifying the term (e.g. " Étape 1", " Étape 2", etc.).

[StoredGrades]Comment_Value for the storecode selected in the latest Term selected.

If [CC]DateLeft is before [Terms]LastDay then the value “Withdrawn” is also prepended.

Crédits requis pour l'obtention du diplôme d'études secondaires

This section includes credits from classes taken at all schools, not just the school running the report card.

  • Information is taken from the assigned student graduation plan. If a student does not have an assigned plan, the section is not printed.
  • A student is considered to be in a technology education program if any of the top-level Subject Groups contain the word "Technology" or "Technologique".
  • The last top-level Subject Group is considered to be for "Optional" credits.
  • If the student is in a technology education program, the second last top-level Subject Group is considered to be for "Technology Education" credits.
  • All other top-level Subject Groups are considered to be compulsory credits.
  • The first Diploma Requirement is a calculated compulsory credits row.
    • On English and French Immersion report cards, the name is "Compulsory Credits"
    • On Français report cards, the name is "Crédits obligators"
    • The Credits Required for Graduation is the sum of all Credits Required from the top level Subject Groups that are compulsory
    • The last Diploma Requirement is a calculated total credits row.
      • On English and French Immersion report cards, the name is "Total"
      • On Français report cards, the name is "Totaux"
      • The Credits Required for Graduation is the sum of all Credits Required from the top level Subject Groups
      • All other Diploma Requirements match the top-level Subject Groups.
        • The name of the Diploma Requirement is the Subject Group name
        • The Credits Required for Graduation is the value of the Credits Required

Diploma Requirement

The name of the diploma credit category.

[GPNode]Name

Crédits requis pour l'obtention du diplôme

The number of credits that are required to achieve graduation in each category.

n/a

Crédits que l'élève vise à obtenir durant cette année scolaire

The number of credits that the student has enrolled in this year in each category. This year is determined from the current term displayed in the Terms dropdown in PowerSchool when the report is run. The credits are based on potential credits for all classes that the student has enrolled in for the year, which includes failed and withdrawn classes. If the student has withdrawn from a class and is repeating it in the same year, then the potential credit is only counted once.

Note: An audited class does not count towards any credit.

[StoredGrades]PotentialCrHrs where [Terms]YearId is the current year

Crédits obtenus durant cette étape

The number of credits that the student has earned in this report term in each category. This report term is determined from the current term displayed from the Terms dropdown in PowerSchool when the report is run. If the current term is the year long term, classes for all terms in the year are evaluated.

[StoredGrades]EarnedCrHrs where [StoredGrades]TermId is current

Total des crédits obtenus jusqu'à présent

The total number of credits that the student has earned to date towards graduation in each category.

[StoredGrades]EarnedCrHrs

Crédits obligatoires

The number of compulsory credits required, enrolled, and earned.

[StoredGrades]EarnedCrHrs where [StoredGrades]Credit_Type results in the class being assigned to everything other than “Technology Education” or “Optional Credits” on the student’s graduation plan.

Français

The number of French credits required, enrolled, and earned.

[StoredGrades]EarnedCrHrs where [StoredGrades]Credit_Type results in the class being assigned to “French” on the student’s graduation plan.

Anglais

The number of English credits required, enrolled, and earned.

[StoredGrades]EarnedCrHrs where [StoredGrades]Credit_Type results in the class being assigned to “English Language Arts” on the student’s graduation plan.

Mathématiques

The number of Mathematics credits required, enrolled, and earned.

[StoredGrades]EarnedCrHrs where [StoredGrades]Credit_Type results in the class being assigned to “Mathematics” on the student’s graduation plan.

Éducation physique et Éducation à la santé́

The number of Physical Education/Health Education credits required, enrolled, and earned.

[StoredGrades]EarnedCrHrs where [StoredGrades]Credit_Type results in the class being assigned to “Physical Education / Health Education” on the student’s graduation plan.

Sciences humaines

The number of Social Studies credits required, enrolled, and earned.

[StoredGrades]EarnedCrHrs where [StoredGrades]Credit_Type results in the class being assigned to “Social Studies” on the student’s graduation plan.

Sciences de la nature

The number of Science credits required, enrolled, and earned.

[StoredGrades]EarnedCrHrs where [StoredGrades]Credit_Type results in the class being assigned to “Science” on the student’s graduation plan.

Regroupement de crédits approuvés du programme d'éducation technologique

The number of Technology Education credits required, enrolled, and earned.

[StoredGrades]EarnedCrHrs where [StoredGrades]Credit_Type results in the class being assigned to “Technology Education” on the student’s graduation plan.

Crédits facultatifs

The number of Optional credits required, enrolled, and earned.

[StoredGrades]EarnedCrHrs where [StoredGrades]Credit_Type results in the class being assigned to “Optional Credits” on the student’s graduation plan.

Totaux

The total number of credits required, enrolled, and earned.

[StoredGrades]EarnedCrHrs

Last Section

Commentaires de la direction de l'école

Principal Comments for this student and school.

[S_MB_STU_X]PrincipalComments concatenated with [S_MB_SCH_X]PrincipalComments_912

Principals Name on Signature Line

The principals name, or an uploaded signature can optionally be printed on the signature line of the last page

Note: When specifying file paths to any logo or principal signature images used by the report cards, the path must be in a proper URI format. For example: If the district image logo's location is: C:\Program Files\PowerSchool\data\picture\general\district_logo.jpg the corresponding URI must be: file: ///C:/Program Files/PowerSchool/data/picture/general/district_logo.jp

If “Include Principals Name on Signature Line” is “Print Name,” then [Schools]Principal.

If “Include Principals Name on Signature Line” is “Use Signature Image,” then filename of uploaded signature, including path, is stored in [S_MB_SCH_X]PrincipalSignatureRCPath.

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Report Output - XML

The report output contains a single <reportCards> root element and a single child <school> element for the current school.

The report output contains one <student> element (and its child elements) per student depending on the selection criteria described above.

Each of the elements and tags in the output file are described below and conform to the content and format described in the ministry Report Card Data Collection - XML Schema document.

Data Element

Description

 [Table]FieldName

/reportCards

div

The division code as assigned by the department. It is a 4-digit number.

[Prefs]Value where [Prefs].Name = ‘DistrictNumber’

year

The academic year this export file is for. It is a 4-digit number.

N/A. Calculated.

generated

The date and time the file was generated, using the following format:

yyyy-MM-ddTHH:mm:ss-zh.zm

yyyy is the year, MM the month (01-12), dd the day of the month,  HH the hour of day (24-hour format), mm the minutes, ss the seconds.  The -zh.zm is the GMT offset.

Note the letter T must be between the date and the time.

N/A. Calculated.

/reportCards/school

nbr

A 4-digit school number assigned by the department.

[Schools]Alt_School_Number if not 0, otherwise [Schools]School_Number

/reportCards/school/student

metNumber

The MET number assigned to a student, a 9-digit number.

[Students]State_StudentNumber

surname

The student’s legal surname; maximum number of characters is 35.  The name can contain any letter, including accented letters, spaces, hyphens, apostrophes and periods.

[Students]Last_Name

[StudentCoreFields]PSCore_Legal_Last_Name

givenName

The student’s legal given names; maximum number of characters is 35. The name can contain any letter, including accented letters, spaces, hyphens, apostrophes and periods.

 [Students]First_Name

 [Students]Middle_Name

[StudentCoreFields]PSCore_Legal_First_Name

[StudentCoreFields]PSCore_Legal_Middle_Name

/reportCards/school/student/enrolment

xsi:type

Used to validate the data within the enrolment attribute, it must be “gradeX” where X is replaced with the grade of the student.

[Students/ReEnrollments]Grade_Level

reportCardType

The report card type code.

If the student is enrolled in a Technology Education diploma, then this is 6, otherwise 3.

/reportCards/school/student/enrolment/course

semester

The semester the course is being reported in.

[Terms]Portion

code

The code for the course.

[Courses]Alt_Course_Number if not 0 otherwise, [Courses]Course_Number

level

The grade / level of the course.

[Courses]Code

lbIEP

Indicates whether the overall behaviour of this student has been based on IEP.

[StandardGradeSection]ActualGradeEntered where [PSM_Standard]Identifier is ‘S9-12.[Courses]Courses_Number.IEP’

finalMark

Final mark for the student. Valid values are 0-100, CO or IN.

[StoredGrades]Grade

credit

Credit earned for course. Valid values are 0, 0.5 or 1.

[StoredGrades]EarnedCrHrs

/reportCards/school/student/enrolment/course/attendance

period

The reporting period for this element. Valid values can be 1 to 4.

N/A. Calculated.

daysAbsent

The number of days the student was absent from school/ class.  Must be a number between 0 and 200, inclusive.

[Attendance]Attendance_CodeId

/reportCards/school/student/enrolment/course/learningBehaviours/lb

period

The reporting period for the behaviour assessment.

Valid values can be 1 to 4.

N/A. Calculated.

code

The code for the behaviour that has been evaluated.

N/A. Calculated.

value

The assessment the student received for the behaviour.

[StandardGradeSection]ActualGradeEntered where [PSM_Standard]Identifier is ‘S9-12. [Courses]Courses_Number.<behaviour>’

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