Tracker Reports

Santa TrackerNorth Pole Flight Command needs all kinds of information and they need it at different times.

Your job as a tracker is important because North Pole Flight Command is not where you live.

In fact, North Pole Flight Command is about as far removed from Santa as they can be. So they depend on tracker elves to provide them with accurate, timely information so that important decisions can be made.

Keeping Santa safe is serious work. Keeping Santa on time is difficult. Helping Santa deliver and to return home so that he can celebrate Christmas is what this effort is all about.

Frankly, without your work in submitting these reports, North Pole Flight Command cannot do what they do.

Santa cannot do what he does without the help you provide through these reports.

These are vitally important functions for every Tracker Elf.

Of all the jobs you do as an elf, this is your #1 function. In the weeks leading up to Santa’s flight you will be asked by your elf supervisor to send in some of these reports. Please try to be timely in responding to these requests.

For all elves everywhere – because every elf becomes a tracker elf by the time Santa launches – December 22nd, 23rd and 24th are your most critical days. Please pay attention and ask whatever questions you might have about these reports before they are asked for. 

Below is the countdown to launch. Please remember that Santa needs reports even while he is in flight. This is why you must track Santa. Your elf supervisor will guide you every step of the way.


Basic Santa Tracker Reports

These are the fundamental reports for all Santa tracker elves. These reports are used by Flight Command to communicate directly with Santa. These reports are useful for Santa’s flight and delivery phases. These reports are evaluated by your Elf Supervisor. They carry great weight in determining your tracker rank. Your performance evaluations, ratings and reviews are based on how well these reports are done.

Personal Elf Reports

These tracker reports convey information to Flight Command and to Santa about your personal home environment and your readiness to serve as an elf.

  • This report tells your Elf Supervisor and North Pole Flight Command your current status. 

  • This report allows you to let Santa know what to expect at your own home and with your own family. 

Transit Reports

The skies, roadways, waterways and even sidewalks are filled with traffic that can affect Santa’s flight and delivery. Your Elf Supervisor may request one or more of these reports, especially late into Santa’s flight.

Elf Community Reports

These reports manage sites functions and activities here on Many of these come with point opportunities and bonuses.

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