1. On the Scheduling page> click Globally add requests.
     
  2. Select the appropriate options in the School, Academic year, and Session fields.
     
  3. In the Add using field, select Core Curricula or Specific Courses
    • If you select Core Curricula, in the Core Curriculum column of the grid, select one or more core curriculum records to include
       
    • To include courses required to meet course rules for any courses included in the selected core curricula, mark the Include additional courses required to fulfill Course Rules checkbox

     
  4. To create a query containing the students who were not assigned the course requests, mark the Create exception query of students checkbox
     
  5. To print a control report of the course requests added, mark the Print a control report on checkbox and select a printer.
     
  6. Select the Courses tab.
     
  7. If you selected Core Curricula on the General tab, in the Curriculum field, select a specific curriculum to display or select All Core Curricula
     
  8. To refresh the information in the grid based on the core curricula selected on the General tab, click Refresh from Curriculum

    Note: This is useful to restore the original selections if you make changes on the Courses tab that you want to discard without saving
     
  9. If you selected Specific Courses on the General tab, select courses in the grid
     
  10. In the Term column, you can select the specific term of each course or select Any Term
     
  11. In the Requested Teacher column, select the preferred teacher of each course

    Notes:
    • Generate Student Schedules will override this preference if
      it interferes with its ability to complete students' schedules. To ensure a student takes a class with a specific teacher, you must manually enroll the student in the class.
       
    • If a student being scheduled is marked on the teacher's faculty record as a student that cannot be scheduled in that teacher's classes, the student will be an exception in the global add process
       

     
  12. In the Priority column, select Low, Standard, or High
     
  13. If appropriate, select options in the Alternate, Alternate Term, Alternate Requested Teacher, and Alternate Priority columns
     
  14. Select the Filters tab. You can narrow the records included by name, grade level, advisor, and homeroom teacher.
     
  15. To review the requests and exceptions before beginning the processing, click Preprocessing Report
     
  16. When you are ready to begin the global add, click Add Requests Now
     
  17. If the program detects exceptions, the Request Exceptions screen appears

    • To mark the Override? checkbox for all main request exceptions that can be overridden, click Override All Main Exceptions on the action bar
       
    • To unmark the Override? checkbox for all main request exceptions, click Reject Main Requests on the action bar
       
    • To mark the Override? checkbox for all alternate request exceptions that can be overridden, click Override All Alternate Exceptions on the action bar
       
    • To unmark the Override? checkbox for all alternate request exceptions, click Reject Alternate Requests on the action bar
       

     
  18. To add requests without exceptions and requests with overridden exceptions, click Add Requests Now

    Note: If you click Stop, the processing stops but any changes already made by the processing remain
     
  19. When processing is complete, a control report appears. If you marked Print a control report on on the General tab, the report prints automatically.

    Note: The Control Report will show the students listed in order by their System Record ID.