Sign into Welnet and select the Summary Report option. For a whole school report, make sure all classes have a check mark. Scroll to the bottom, include students, summarize all classes, include the phase and output to a spreadsheet. Click View Summary Report.
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Sign into Welnet and select the
Summary Report option
For a whole school report, make sure all classes have a check
mark. Scroll to the bottom, include students, summarize all
classes, include the phase and output to a spreadsheet. Click
View Summary Report.
Welnet will run a report that looks like this. In this example
student names have been blocked out.
Delete ALL columns except the one you want to find the average
of. To delete, click on the letter heading at the very top of each
column, right click and select delete.
Highlight Column A, Choose Sort &
Filter, then Sort A-Z
Now your numbers should be in order from lowest to highest,
Delete everything that is not a number (some may be above the
number, some may be below)
Scroll down and locate and items that
are not scores (including blank spaces).
Highlight and delete them
Highlight the first column by clicking on the ‘A’ at the
top of it. Select the Data tab at the top of the screen,
then click on Text to Columns
Select the Delimited button and click
Uncheck the Tab option, check Other and
place a colon in the box. Then click Finish.
Select the home tab at the top of the screen. Left click
on the first cell in the ‘A’ column, drag and highlight
until you reach the last score. Then click the autosum
in the upper right part of the toolbar.
Repeat the same steps to create a sum
for column B
Do the math…
• Take the total of column A and multiply it by
60 to convert to seconds. (3813x60=22,8780)
• Add Column A total seconds to Column B
• Divide total seconds by the total number of
• Divide that number by 60 to re-convert back
to minutes (763.36/60=12.72 minutes which is
equal to a 12:43 average mile time)
Set your goal
• By June of 2015, our school mile time average
will decrease from 12:43 to 12:28 as
measured by our mile run assessment.