Chasing 10,000 missing assignments

A week ago, we posted information (http://wp.me/p1JF02-ni) about automated missing assignment notifications that would be sent to parents.  So far, we’ve sent out two notifications and here’s the results…

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How many missing assignments were there each week?

# of missing assignments per school…  
School 23-Feb 16-Feb
Clive Elementary School              144 169
Crestview Elementary School              456 578
Crossroads Park Elementary School                  2 1
Fairmeadows Elementary School                37 34
Hillside Elementary School              300 236
Indian Hills Junior High School            1,132 1062
Jordan Creek Elementary School              150 182
Stilwell Junior High School            1,672 1656
Valley High School            6,064 4914
Valley Southwoods Freshman High School              474 426
Walnut Creek Campus            1,329 1232
Western Hills Elementary School                12 2
Westridge Elementary School                37 44
Grand Total          11,809 10536

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How many unique students had missing assignments?

# unique students w/ missing assignments per school
School 23-Feb 16-Feb
Clive Elementary School              34 38
Crestview Elementary School              41 49
Crossroads Park Elementary School                2 1
Fairmeadows Elementary School              19 22
Hillside Elementary School              63 58
Indian Hills Junior High School            273 250
Jordan Creek Elementary School              48 65
Stilwell Junior High School            364 385
Valley High School          1,172 1131
Valley Southwoods Freshman High School            220 206
Walnut Creek Campus            106 104
Western Hills Elementary School                3 2
Westridge Elementary School              18 22
Grand Total          2,363          2,333

Why did you report this by building?  Is this some type of competition or comparison?
Not a competition at all… We would like to track this information over the next few weeks in order to see if the notifications can help decrease the number of missing assignments, so in order to better understand the issue, we wanted to break the information down to a lower level.

One thought on “Chasing 10,000 missing assignments

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