The information you are looking for has been removed due to some student concerns that their attendance, or lack there of, should not be visible to the general student population, but rather remain private.
Therefore, at least twice a quarter (mid term and the end) you will receive an updated report via E-mail. If you would like an update now, you can request one form Allen Larsen via email, or seeing him in his office (room 146)
Below are two examples of typical attendance scan reports. Notice that both are reporting the same number of convos needing to be attended by the end of the quarter even though you can see that the Student B has missed one, where Student A has not. This is because convos are set in stone. Only one more convo is available to attend in the quarter of these examples, therefore it's not possible to "make up" a missed convo in a literal sense. What has happened instead is, in the case of Student B, 3 recitals were added to their "current required" column. However, since Student B has attended 31 recitals, she is already ahead and these additional three "penalty scans" have really not set her behind. As you can see, she does not need any more recitals between now and the end of the quarter to stay current, or in this case, ahead of requirements. Student A, however, has only attended 19 of the currently required 21 so you see that by the end of the quarter he will still need 5 recitals to break even.
What is not so clearly apparent is the difference between "Current Difference" and the "By the end of Quarter..." columns. Since this report is current only as of date the report was created, simple math will reveal that these examples were created while there were still 3 more recitals left to accumulate in the quarter.
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