Do you have questions concerning reconciled status of items? You can find the answers here.
What is a reconciled record?
A reconciled record is a student/teacher lost or paid record for which the campus has paid the district.
How does a record get reconciled?
A record is reconciled when a campus creates and the district posts a campus paid adjustment.
How does the campus user know which records have already been reconciled?
After the campus pays for books at the end of the year and creates a paid adjustment for them, the district posts the adjustment for the records to be reconciled. The application selects records to reconcile in the following order: Paid > Partial > Lost > Storage.
For those taken from storage what happens to the record, is it reconciled?
There is no record to make reconciled. Reconciled is used only to maintain the student/teacher lost or paid record so the campus can continue to try to collect for the item(s).
What happens when a reconciled lost book is returned?
An automatic found adjustment is created and submitted to the district. The Lost count under Reconciled Totals is reduced.
What happens when a reconciled lost book is paid for?
The application changes it to a Reconciled Paid, no adjustment is necessary for the campus has already paid for the book. The lost count under Reconciled Totals is reduced and the paid count is increased.
What happens when a reconciled paid book is returned?
An automatic found adjustment is created and submitted to the district. The paid count under Reconciled Totals is reduced.