Each student’s record potentially contains all of the following information. Some of these tabs are turned on and off by flags in the student’s record (e.g. the Special Ed tabs apply only to Special Education students). Users only see those tabs for which they have view or update access permissions:
State & Federal Reports & Extracts
Genesis is a New Jersey based company and as such we are vigilant in keeping the system updated with the data fields required to produce the reports mandated by the New Jersey Department of Education and the federal government. Data for the various reports is extracted from Genesis in the format accepted by the Department of Education – either in an electronic format or in a printed report. Reports and extracts currently available in Genesis include:
Genesis complies with all NJ SMART requirements. All data elements required by the State of New Jersey are maintained in Genesis. Data files are extracted by running the appropriate collection in Genesis. Reports are generated for each collection to determine potential data errors that could impact the uploading of data to the NJ SMART website. Genesis contains easy to use screens to troubleshoot and fix potential errors, so the data uploaded to NJ SMART is as clean as possible. SID files generated from NJ SMART are easily uploaded back into Genesis to keep your data current.
The grading module in Genesis handles the district and school wide grading policies with regard to interim reports, report cards, transcripts, and honor rolls. The grading module is designed for high schools and middle schools. Genesis also includes an elementary grading module for elementary schools. Grading allows teachers to electronically post grades. Your entire grading system will be set up, what to collect and when to collect it. A system administrator designated by your district will open the grading system to allow grade posting and then close it to end grade posting. Genesis will generate and print your interims, report cards, and transcripts. Honor rolls will be generated. Sports eligibility calculations are done by Genesis as well.
No more scheduling headaches. Some of the options you will have when using Genesis for scheduling include creating a course list, building a master class schedule, doing a study hall fill, mass assigning students to lunches, mass add/delete/replace courses, and of course create the reports you need.
The nurses module allows the nurse to check a student in, search for all visits made by a student, track all students health screening, sports physicals, and steroid release forms. Genesis also allows you to track daily medications needed for students. Produce the reports you need from the nurses office including the A45 with Genesis.
The conduct module allows you to create, search, and view conduct incidents. There is also a link between the daily attendance module and the conduct module so that conduct incidents are automatically generated when a student hits a certain amount of lates or absents. HIB incidents can be easily tracked in Genesis.
Genesis contains the most powerful built in report writer available today. Users can build reports against all data and tables stored within Genesis using simple to use screens. Output reports to PDF, Excel, CSV and also send the reports electronically by either email or SFTP. Report Writer reports may be distributed to all or groups of users.
This fully customizable screen allows teachers, counselors or administrators to create a home screen that shows the data that's important to them. See lists of today's appointments, students who are absent or in danger of failing. Any data housed in Genesis can be brought to life in Web Desk.
Genesis allows you to create and track fees associated with students. You can also collect payment for those fees through the Genesis Parent Portal. All payments in the Parent Portal are processed by Amazon Payments. This benefits districts and parents alike by providing parents with a trusted, familiar and convenient way to pay. Create and collect fees for Class Trips, AP Exams, Pay to Play, Students Tuition, etc.