10 Very Important SIS Reports You Should Use

As a student information system (SIS) administrator, you have a lot of data at your fingertips. You also have a lot of reports that can be generated from that data. It can be overwhelming to try to keep track of all the different types of reports and which ones would be most beneficial for you and your school.

To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of 10 very important SIS reports that you should use on a regular basis. These reports will help you track everything from student enrollment to graduation rates and beyond.

1. Student Enrollment Report

This report shows you the number of students who are currently enrolled in your school. It can be helpful in tracking enrollment trends over time and making sure that you have enough resources to accommodate all of your students.

2. Student Schedule Report

A student schedule report is a great way to see  which courses each student is taking. This can be helpful in making sure that students are enrolled in the correct classes and that they are meeting all of the necessary requirements for graduation.

3. Student Grade Report

The student grade report shows you the grades that each student has received in their courses. This report is commonly used  to track student progress and to identify any areas where students may be struggling.

4. Student Attendance Report

If you want to see  which students are skipping class or falling behind in their attendance, then the student attendance report is for you. This report can be used to identify patterns of absenteeism and to intervene before it becomes a bigger problem.

5. Student Discipline Report

The student discipline report tracks any disciplinary actions that have been taken against students. This report can be helpful in identifying students who may be struggling with behavioral issues and in need of additional support.

6. Student Health Report

The student health report contains information on the health and wellness of your students. You can also use the student health report to  track any immunizations that have been given and to make sure that all students are up-to-date on their shots.

7. Student Assessment Report

Students need to be tracked on how well they are doing not just in their classes but also on standardized tests. The student assessment report can show you how your students are performing on state and national assessments.

8. Student Graduation Report

The student graduation report shows you which students have met all of the requirements for graduation. This report is essential for ensuring that students are on track to graduate on time and for monitoring your school’s graduation rate.

9. Student Retention Report

The student retention report tracks how many students return to your school after they leave. This report can be helpful in identifying why students are leaving and in making changes to keep them from transferring to another school.

10. Alumni Report

The alumni report contains information on what your graduates are doing after they leave your school. This report can be used to  track where your alumni are going to college, their career choices, and anything else you want to know about what happens to your students after they graduate.

These 10 reports are just a starting point for the types of reports that you can generate from your SIS. If you want to get the most out of your data, then you should explore all of the different SIS reports that are available to you. Try running a few different reports and see what kind of insights you can glean from the data. You may be surprised at how much you can learn about your students and your school just by looking at the numbers.

Zara Raza is the Head of Marketing at SchoolCues. She earned her Bachelor’s in Business Administration from the University of California, Irvine, in 2019, and has written several blogs on technology, software, marketing, education, business, and more.

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