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Product Description and Capabilities

Statis20 is a software for tracking students’ locations and time by allowing them to scan IDs or do it manually within school or when leaving or coming to school after regular bell-hours. The single database is accessed from any computer connected to a network to check on where a student is located and whether they are in the area where they are supposed to be.

Autoscan Ready

Activating this feature allows students to check-in and check-out without having the process interfere with the staff’s other supervisory duties. What this means is you do not have to resort to manual switching the check-in and out process. This can be especially useful if students are in unsupervised areas or the staff member is busy with other important tasks.

Student Location Look-up

If a staff member wants to locate a student, the look-up student feature will let you know where he or she scanned last.  This is especially useful if you have schedules that allow for flexibility of movement of students within the building.

Free Block Check

Whenever a barcode is scanned into Statis20, the software will check to see if the student has a Free Block. This check allows the staff to let the right students out of the building or to move about the building without letting truant student skip classes. Hence, the staff will disallow students from leaving without documenting the reason for leaving school.  Statis20 allows users the option to turn this feature on or off.

One-Click Reports Building

One of the most powerful features of Statis20 is the gathering of data and the ease of report building. The data can be printed as-is, opened into a Microsoft Word document, converted to a PDF formats, or exported as spreadsheet for further manipulation of data within Microsoft Excel.

Manual Student Check-in

Because we know there will be situations when students do not have their IDs, Statis20 allows manual entry of id numbers. In addition, Statis20 has a special feature, when enabled, that will keep track of the number of times a student checks-in manually. This tracking allows school administrators to come up with their own way of treating these events or incidents.

Unlimited Scan-in Locations

Statis20 allows the creation of as many locations as needed within the building.  The process of creating a location is just a couple of clicks away.  Beyond the obvious locations where students are allowed to move freely such as the LMC, the cafeteria, computer lab, and academic support, you can designate each classroom as a location.  This is especially useful if you want to know where a student is located.

Useful Reports


1. Student List Report:  This report will provide you with a list of all students who have entered their IDs into Statis20.

2. Scan Log:  This is a report that displays all the scans entered into Statis20.

3. Location List:  This is a report that displays all the locations that are being tracked by Statis20.

4. Incident Log:  This is a report that displays all the events or incidents  tracked by Statis20.

5. Students in Location: This is a report that displays the total number of students per location.

6. Daily Incident Report: This is a report that displays all the incidents that occurred on the day the report is generated. Since this is the most commonly requested report by administrators, we provide a one-click report building feature for this routine task.

7. Custom Incident Report: This is a feature that allows you to build reports using custom date ranges.

8. Student Incident report:  This is a report that will display all the events or incidents recorded for a single students. This is especially useful if you want to find out the specific movement of students within the building such as whether a students is using the available resources to get help for math, computer lab, attending the LMC, students services help, etc. This feature can be used as a proactive intervention and documentation within the Response -To-Intervention (RTI) model.

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Our promise to you is to make our continuous improvement process based on your needs, the customer. Therefore, we are at the ready to listen to your concerns and suggestions to create new software solutions or improve our existing products.

Other Core Features

  • Block Scheduling Ready

    For schools that have block schedules, Statis20 allows the selection of A-day or B-day on the fly. Because the software checks against students’ schedules, it is important for the staff to get the correct schedule so that the information recorded in the event or incident reports is accurate.

  • ID Scanner Ready

    Statis20 is optimized for using scanners to make the process of recording attendance quick and efficient. Compared to writing all the information down on a check-in clipboard which takes on average 20 seconds for each student, scanning allow 20 students to scan in in 20 seconds.

  • Number Of Students Per location Check

    Since it is imperative for administrators to provide coverage of areas where too many students are congregating, this features provides a quick check of the number of students located in one area. Hence, providing the right staff-to-student coverage ratio and reducing crowding liability by managing staff supervisory assignments on the fly.

  • Manual Incident Entry

    Statis20 is meant to optimize the check-in process through scanning IDs. However, we do provide manual entry of incidents in case of equipment failure or when a student is observed to avoid the process of checking-in. We understand that sometimes staff have to deal with certain situations first and document later. This feature provides the flexibility to record an event whenever they want.

  • One Click Start

    Quick setup time does not require date and time setting. Statis20 uses the computer’s and network’s internal clock to set the date and time stamp for each recorded event. Thus, minimizing human errors.