Closing Out the Year in Skyward: SIS Edition Closing Out the Year in Skyward: SIS Edition

Closing Out the Year in Skyward: SIS Edition

by Cindy King
Cindy King Cindy King Consulting and Support

The end of the year can be a busy time, but it doesn't have to leave you frazzled. With the help of this checklist, you can put yourself on the right track to a smooth end-of-year experience. 
 
Please note: This checklist includes only general considerations. It is important to be aware of any specific processes required by your state. For further reference, check out the Help Center for in-depth documentation of student processes, ranging from state-specific instructions to year-end procedures.
 
 
 

Qmlativ Checklist



 
Student Checklist
 
Qmlativ Checklist
 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

SMS 2.0 Checklist



 
Student Checklist
 
Student Checklist
 

 

 

 

 



We hope these checklists will help you simplify your year-end processing. If you need further assistance, we're more than happy to help. Need a refresher on all the different support options available to you? Check out Know Your Skyward Support Options today! 



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