The Informational Letter is a letter to parents that includes:
- an explanation of what Renaissance Home Connect is
- the address to Renaissance Home Connect for your school or school network
- the user name and password that the parent and child can use to log in to Renaissance Home Connect
This report is useful at the beginning of a school year or whenever your students start using Renaissance Home Connect.
To start printing letters for your students and parents, follow the steps below.
Who can do this with default capabilities?
School Network Administrators, School Network Staff, School Administrators, School Staff and Teachers
On the Home page, select Renaissance Home Connect, then click Reports.
If you have more than one school, use the School drop-down list on the Reports page to choose which school to print letters for.
Click Informational Letter.
To choose a single class or all classes, use the drop-down list.
To choose specific students by name, click Students. Then, tick the students who need letters on the Select Specific Students page and click Save Selection.
To choose multiple classes, click Classes. Then, tick the classes who need letters on the Select Specific Classes page and click Save Selection.
Tick the products that your students are using so that they are mentioned in the letters.
Click View Report.
As the program generates your report, the Report Progress page will appear. When the report is ready, the report will open in Adobe Reader. To save or print it, use the Adobe Reader buttons. If you try to use the browser's print function instead, only the top of the page will print. (In Adobe Reader X and XI, the Adobe Reader buttons may be hidden until you move the mouse over the bottom center of the document or press F8.)
To go back and choose different options for the report, click Customise this Report.
To select another report, click Select a Different Report.
Note: When you generate reports, a .pdf file for each report may be stored on your computer, either in your Temporary Internet Files or your default download location. (On Macintosh computers, this location may be your computer's desktop.)