Seminary and Institute Enrollment and Attendance Reports lds.org

Seminary and Institute Enrollment and Attendance Reports lds.org

Seminary and Institute Enrollment and Attendance Reports lds.org or MLS March 2016 Seminary and Institute Enrollment and Attendance Information Enrollment

and attendance reports for youth and young adults are available in MLS and on lds.org for most English speaking countries. On lds.org sign in and go to the drop-down menu and select leader and clerk resources. Priesthood leaders have received the Notice on the next slide. The Bishopric oversees the enrollment of those who are eligible for

seminary and institute. The bishop and his counselors encourage: 1. All youth of the appropriate age (generally 14-18) to participate in seminary. 2. All single postsecondary students to participate in institute. The bishopric may also encourage married postsecondary students, as well as young single adults who are not students, to participate in institute as their needs and interests may be served (see 11.2.2) (See Handbook I: Stake Presidents and Bishops; 11.1.4) 2010). Template 003.ppt 2

Note: Please see the next slide for additional details. Template 003.ppt 3 A Couple of Points If you have problems with accessing attendance information please contact the MLS help desk.

If you need help interpreting the attendance information, please contact your local Seminaries and Institute representative. If using lds.org, please follow instructions on the next few slides. If using MLS please follow instructions on the last five slides.

Instructions for the using MLS for the Institute Enrollment Progress are also included in this powerpoint. Template 003.ppt 4 1. Lds.org Clerk and Leader

Resources Seminary and Institute reports 2. 3. Template 003.ppt 5

Seminary and Institute quarterly priesthood reports for wards and stakes are available in Leader and Clerk Resources (LCR) on lds.org Review four times a year Q 1

Q 2 Q 3 Q 4

)) Screen shot of what ward and stake leaders see in

LCR. Screen shot of what ward and stake leaders see in LCR.

Clicking on the blue numbers creates a list of names. In LCR if you hold the

mouse over a word it defines it. How to get to the Institute Enrollment Progress tracking sheet next slides Template 003.ppt 11 Template 003.ppt 12

Template 003.ppt 13 Template 003.ppt 14 Template 003.ppt 15 If you use MLS to access seminary and institute attendance reports because you dont have Leader and Clerk Resources (LCR) available then refer to the next few slides. Select Seminaries

and Institutes Template 003.ppt 16 Creating the Reports Select either Seminary Attendance Report Institute Attendance Report

Template 003.ppt 17 Seminary Attendance Report The Term-to-Date Attendance will show how many times each student has attended / the number of class sessions held. A percentage of 75% is required to receive attendance credit for seminary.

The Attendance Status will either show Not Enrolled, Good for those students with 75% attendance or higher, or Of Concern for those students with attendance falling below 75%. Printing the report will provide additional information for each of the youth in the ward. Template 003.ppt 18

Sample Seminary Attendance Report Template 003.ppt 19 Sample Institute Attendance Report The Term-to-Date Attendance will show how many times each student has attended / the number of class sessions held. A percentage of 75% is required to receive credit for institute.

The Attendance Status will either show Not Enrolled, Good for those students with 75% attendance or higher, or Of Concern for those students with attendance falling below 75%. Printing the report will provide additional information for each of the young single adults in the ward. Template 003.ppt 20

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