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Withdrawing a class is a different process that withdrawing from the entire school. Outlined below is what you can expect the system to do when a student withdraws from a class versus when a student withdraws from the school.
When a student withdraws from a class:
- The student disappears from the Gradebook and Attendance tabs of the LMS 10 days after the Date Withdrawn passes to give teachers time to finalize grades.
- The withdrawn class is excluded from the report card and transcript (by default).
- They disappear from the Grade and Comments section.
When a student withdraws from school mid-year:
- The student is automatically given the role of “Former Student” once the Exit Date passes.
- The former student disappears from the Gradebook and Attendance tabs of the LMS 10 days after the Exit Date to give teachers time to enter grades for outstanding work.
- The class remains on the report card and transcript (by default).
- They remain on the Grades and Comments section.
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