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Uploading a Student Roster

In the Deluxe version, there is a feature that will assist you in uploading a student roster rather than enter each student individually into the system. At the beginning of the school year, you can also use this feature to advance your student’s grade in school.

To access this feature, login to your account and click on the Admin tab and scroll down the page to the Student Records section. If you click on the upload student roster link, you will be directed to a page with instructions for preparing and uploading a student roster into your account. If you already have students in your account you can also download a file with your current list of students and edit and upload that document. You will see this link at this location and it will be in blue letters: Click here to get a list of your current students in csv ( ) format to use as a template.

The upload feature works in conjunction with an Excel document that is “saved as” in a .csv format.

Starting with an open Excel spreadsheet document, the header or top cell in each of the 9 columns MUST match the header in the upload listed below in bold, and can only have the corresponding defined demographics:

1. Student ID
2. Last Name
3. First Name
4. Grade
5. Gender – M, F, Unknown
6. SPED (Special Education) – Y, N, Unknown
7. Ethnicity – Hispanic/Latino, Not Hispanic/Latino, Unknown
8. Race – American Indian or Alaskan Native, Asian, Black or African American, Native Hawaiian or Other
Pacific Islander, White, Two or more races, Unknown
9. ELL (English Language Learner) – Y, N, UnknownIt is crucial you provide the Student ID you want, if it is important, or the system will assign one to each of your students.Once this list is completed, make sure to save it in a .csv or comma separated values format. If everything is correct, your document will upload correctly. The system will upload your roster into the system in alphabetical order and have them all in an “All Student” group.
Last Updated: October 7th, 2018
Filed under: FAQ,How To Use