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At the end of the school year, LiveSchool performs a Site Clear in preparation for the new school year. During the Site Clear, the following are deleted: points recorded, rewards purchased, Paychecks reports, students and rosters, student and parent accounts, and Insights data. Your behavior rubric, rewards menu, and settings will remain.
It’s easy to save your data! This article covers how to download the most helpful data and reports so you can always refer back to this year and see your improvements over time.
Only admin users have access to Points Logs.
To export every point recorded this year, download your monthly points logs. Go to Setup > Site > Points Logs to access this year’s points by month. View our article Download Points Logs for more info.
Even if you're not sure how you will use Points Logs next year, they're still helpful to hold on to – you never know when they might come in handy!
The Student Dashboard (Insights > Dashboards > Student) provides an overview for each student. You can see the positive and negative behaviors the students exhibited the most, plus some other useful info to refer back to next year and celebrate the student’s improvements.
You can batch print Student Dashboards for your entire school (or for specific rosters) at once!
To learn more about Student Dashboards, view our Download a Student Dashboard article
A School Dashboard (Insights > Dashboards > School) is a great way to get an overview of the year at a glance (or for each quarter if you adjust the time frame). It shows your top students, behaviors, teachers, and rewards so you can quickly understand your top performers for this year, and those that might need more support next year.
To learn more about the School Dashboard, view our Introduction to Dashboards article.
Only admin users have access to the Teachers Scoreboard.
A Teachers Scoreboard (Insights > Scoreboards > Teachers) helps you see the total points each teacher has given for the year (or any time period you’d like), and the ratio of their positive to negative points. Use this to better understand your system’s fidelity – and next year you can support the teachers who had a hard time awarding as many points as their peers.
To learn more about Scoreboards, view our Introduction to Scoreboards article.
If you have any other questions about saving your data, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to help!