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Use the SLP to Send Progress Reports

Intended Audience: Collaborative Instructors
This article pertains to courses taught by local teachers as part of a collaborative partnership.


Through the Enrollments page on the Student Learning Portal (SLP), you have the ability to send personalized progress reports to individual students. This option provides you with the ability to sort students, select from a list of comments, and customize a template to meet your specific needs. To send a progress report through the SLP, follow the instructions below.


  1. First, navigate to the SLP Enrollments page.
  2. Next, use the search criteria to filter the students you want to send a progress report to. Some options for sorting include course, term, start/end date.
    Note: Collaborative courses are denoted with (CP) after the course name.
  3. At this point, click Get Data.
    The Enrollments page is shown with two columns containing search fields. Arrows point to the Enrollments tab, the Course, Term, and Start Date search fields as well as to the Get Data button below.
  4. When the results appear in the table below, check the box next to each student that you want to send a progress report, select a comment if desired and then click Send.
    An image of the Enrollment page shows results of the filtered search. Arrows point to the checkboxes located to the left of the student names. Another points to the Comment drop-down and the last points to the Send button above the table.
  5. Now, choose a template, if desired, to modify or create a template of your own. You can use the preset variables to pull specific student data, including any comments you selected on the Enrollments page.
  6. Then click Update Sample to see an example of what the message will look like. Make adjustments, as necessary, to create the template you wish to send.
  7. Next, choose who you want to send the message to and check the appropriate boxes.
    Note: Send also to Student’s Messages Inbox sends a copy of the message to their SLP Messages Inbox. By default, the message goes to the student’s email address that is on file with their account. If this box is checked, the message will be sent via email and to the SLP Messages Inbox.
  8. Finally, tap the Send button to deliver the progress reports.
    An Image of the template email page is shown. Arrows point to the template drop-down, to the carbon copy checkboxes, the update sample link and to the Send button at the top of the page.

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