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NC WISE Attendance Module for High Schools. Logon Screen. Class/Course Changes Notification Screen. Read. TAM Screen. Teacher Name. Radio Buttons. Courses. All students in Attendance. Attendance Completed. Exiting TAM. Exit Icon. Click OK. Absent or Late (tardy) . List Button.

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    1. NC WISEAttendance Modulefor High Schools Created by ISS Instructional Technology Department Oct 2004

    2. Logon Screen Created by ISS Instructional Technology Department Oct 2004

    3. Class/Course Changes Notification Screen Read Created by ISS Instructional Technology Department Oct 2004

    4. TAM Screen Teacher Name Radio Buttons Courses Created by ISS Instructional Technology Department Oct 2004

    5. All students in Attendance Attendance Completed Created by ISS Instructional Technology Department Oct 2004

    6. Exiting TAM Exit Icon Click OK Created by ISS Instructional Technology Department Oct 2004

    7. Absent or Late (tardy) List Button Created by ISS Instructional Technology Department Oct 2004

    8. Period Attendance Class/Course Entry Screen Date Scroll Bar A = Absent L = Late Created by ISS Instructional Technology Department Oct 2004

    9. Completed Attendance Screen Late Data Manager will code reasons Absent Created by ISS Instructional Technology Department Oct 2004

    10. Exiting TAM Click OK Exit Icon Created by ISS Instructional Technology Department Oct 2004

    11. Must Refresh Refresh Created by ISS Instructional Technology Department Oct 2004

    12. Return to Logon Created by ISS Instructional Technology Department Oct 2004

    13. Wise Bytes Once attendance is complete you CANNOT make changes All changes to attendance and absence reason coding will be done by the Data Manager Always exit NC WISE before you leave your computer. Do not give your password to anyone. Someone else could access your records. NC WISE has a built in tracking log and changes in information will be traced to you as the owner of the password and responsible party. Paper rosters will be provided by the Data Manager in the event that a substitute or assistant must record attendance. Since grades are the responsibility of the teachers, do not allow students or teacher assistants to record attendance in NC WISE. Created by ISS Instructional Technology Department Oct 2004

    14. Help Desk Phone Calls 704-924-2016 • The following information is necessary: • Name, Name of School • Operating System WIN 98, WIN 2000, WIN XP • Error Message • Detailed description of the problem • Where, When and How you can be reached Created by ISS Instructional Technology Department Oct 2004

    15. Help Desk • Help Desk by email: Complete form at http://www.iss.k12.nc.us/ncwise/helpform.htm • Point of Contact – School Tech, Data Manager – Help Desk • Help Desk will be available Monday – Thursday 6:30 AM to 6:30 PM • And 6:30 AM to 4:00 PM Friday • Help Desk can be reached by phone at 704-924-2016 Created by ISS Instructional Technology Department Oct 2004