Schedule a Makeup

To schedule a makeup for a student, the student must have been marked absent and must have Eligible for Makeup checked for that absence. A makeup can be scheduled from the Class record or from the Student record.

Schedule a Makeup from the Class Record

  1. Go to the Absences tab of the Class record (the class the student was absent from).
  2. Click the number next to the appropriate student name to open the Absence History listing.  
  1. Locate the absence you want to schedule the makeup for and click the Schedule Makeup link. This will open the Weekly Calendar. For organizations with different locations, click Change Criteria at the top of the calendar to customize the calendar view for all locations (leave blank) or select a different location.
  2. After locating a makeup class on the calendar, hover over it to display the class information and click the Schedule Makeup button to schedule the student's makeup in that class.  
  3. The makeup details are now visible on the Makeups tab of the Class record.

    If the Makeup Exp. Date has not passed, i.e., it is earlier than the current date, it can be edited to accommodate for longer outages.

Schedule a Makeup from the Student Record

  1. Go to the Absences tab in the Student record.    
  2. Click the Schedule Makeup link for the appropriate absence to open the Weekly View calendar. For organizations with different locations, click Change Criteria at the top of the calendar to customize the calendar view for all locations (leave blank) or select a different location.
  1. After locating a makeup class, hover over it to display the class information and click the Schedule Makeup button.
  2. You are returned to the Absences tab of the Student record which now shows the makeup class information.  


The Class Size Makeup Limit (Tools > Edit Settings > Class Settings) determines whether you allow makeups to be scheduled into full classes. If you do not want makeups to exceed the maximum number of students allowed in the class as per the Class Max Size on the Class record, set this to '0'.
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