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How to Escalate and Reschedule Detentions

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Teachers can use this guide to see how to Escalate or Reschedule Detentions from the Detention Register. This process is possible when a Detention has been Scheduled.

See also How to Schedule a Detention and How to Create a Detention

When a Teacher takes a Detention Register from the Lessons Dashboard they may have the option to Escalate or Re-schedule if this has been configured in Config>Behaviour>Detentions>Schedule.

In order for the teacher to Escalate to the next available slot in the example a student has not attended the detention ensure BOTH the ‘Students marked as not having attended the detention will receive the following event’ and Enable Teacher Escalation are ticked. In the example below the event ‘Missed 15 Minute Detention’ has been linked to a 30 minute detention which is also scheduled.

Detention>Schedule
Enable Teacher Escalation and Rescheduling

Escalate;

Detention Register

In this example the Student has been marked N – No Reason for Absence and Esc – Escalate has been ticked.

Click Save.

Tick Escalate

In this Detention the Schedule has been set that if Students do not attend they get an Event called Missed15 Minute Detention which is linked to a 30 Minute Detention which is also scheduled.

Escalate : The Student will be automatically added to the next slot on the 30 Minute Detention.

Reschedule;

Reschedule

In this example the Student has been unable to attend due to Illness so an I for ill code has been selected and the Resc – Reschedule button has been selected.

Reschedule : The Student will be automatically added to the next available slot for the 15 Minute Detention Type.

Updated on November 10, 2022

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