1. Important note:
    • After completing the scheduling process for an academic year and session, we recommend you delete the scheduling scenarios not used. If a pattern exists in a saved scenario, you cannot delete the pattern. You can no longer save or restore scheduling scenarios after grades or attendance exists in classes for the academic year and session.
  2. How to save a scheduling scenario:
    1. On the Scheduling page, click Save a scheduling scenario
    2. On the New Scheduling Scenario screen, the Academic Year and Session fields automatically list the academic year and session selected on the Scheduling page.
    3. In the Scenario ID field, you must enter a name for the scenario.
    4. In the Description field, you can enter a description of the scenario.
    5. To save classes with the scenario and have the scenario's classes overwrite existing classes when restoring the scenario, mark the Save and restore classes for this scenario checkbox.

      Note: This checkbox also applies when no classes exist. If you mark the Save and restore classes for this scenario checkbox for a scenario without classes and you restore the scenario, the restoration removes any existing classes.

    6. To save requests with the scenario and have the scenario's requests overwrite existing requests when restoring the scenario, mark the Save and restore student requests for this scenario checkbox.

      Note: This checkbox also applies when no requests exist. If you mark the Save and restore student requests for this scenario checkbox for a scenario without requests and you restore the scenario, the restoration removes existing requests.

    7. If you marked the Save and restore classes checkbox, in The following information will be present for the scenario box, mark the checkboxes for the class information to save, including meeting times, teacher scheduling assignments, room scheduling assignments, and student enrollment.
    8. In The following schools will be included box, mark the checkboxes for the schools to associate with the scenario.

      Note: If only one school is associated with the selected academic year and session, this box does not appear and that school is automatically associated with the scenario.

    9. Click Save and Close.
  3. How to edit or restore a scheduling scenario:
    1. On the Scheduling page, click View, edit, or restore scheduling scenarios.
    2. On the Scheduling Scenarios page, select a scenario and click Restore on the action bar.

      Note: If grades exist for the selected academic year, school, and session, a message appears letting you know the scheduling scenario cannot be restored because this information exists.

  4. How to delete one or all scheduling scenarios:
    1. On the Scheduling page, click View, edit, or restore scheduling scenarios.
    2. On the Scheduling Scenarios page, either select a scenario and click Delete on the action bar or click Delete All.
    3. Click Yes on the message asking if you are sure you want to delete the scenario(s).