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Recalculating and Locking Grades

Login to the MMS Teacher Portal. Choose the class from the drop down menu. Click on the Gradebook > Assign Grades > Final Grade Entry or Standards Final Grade Entry. Choose the Marking Period from the drop down menu. Click Unlock All & Recalculate. Change the needed grades. When finished, click Lock All Grades. Print

 

Showing Percentages

Login to the MMS Teacher Portal. Choose the class from the drop down menu. Click on the Gradebook > Summary Grid. To see the percentage for individual assignments, click on the Show Percentages Print this entry

 

Computing Term & Semester Averages

In order for the Final Grade to appear on the Grade Report, the School Office must use MMS Generations to compute term and semester averages. To do this, log into MMS Generations. Go to Grades > Operations > Compute Term & Semester Averages. On the right-hand side, click Recall Settings. A message should notify you that the SJY Save Settings

 

Modifying Final Grades on the Grade Report

Published on June 5, 2015 in MMS Gradebook

In order for the Final Grade on the Grade Report to appear, the School Office must compute the term & semester averages in MMS Generations. Once that task is complete, core subject teachers should review their final grades in the Grade Report, specifically looking for final grades with asterisks following them when there should not be. To modify

 

View a Report of Student Standard Grades

Published on April 24, 2015 in MMS Gradebook

Teachers can run a report to display students standard grades. To view this report, select the desired grade. select Grade Book > Grade Book Reports > Student Progress Report with Standards. Choose the desired Marking Period. Ensure that Standards marking period average and Standards assignment scores are checked. (All other items can be unchecked to make the report easier to

 

Recalculating Grades in Teacher Portal

Published on April 24, 2015 in MMS Gradebook

If grades are not appearing in a report or are appearing incorrectly, teachers can recalculate their grades in an attempt to rectify the problem. To do this, select the class in which recalculating is desired. Click Gradebook > Assign Grades > Standards Final Grade Entry. Select the Marking Period in which recalculating is desired. Choose the standard in which recalculating is

 

Grades do not appear or are inaccurate on Grade or Progress Reports

When printing Grade or Progress Reports, standards grades or overall grades may not appear accurately or appear at all. Should this occur, it may be necessary to do a Data Integrity check.   Perform a Data Integrity check in MMS Generations To perform a Data Integrity check in MMS Generations, go to Admin > Data

 

Entering the Conference Date

The Conference Date is entered by the Homeroom Teacher AFTER the conference has taken place under the Notes grade. This is done by Kindergarten, Primary, and Intermediate grades. To enter a Conference Date, select the Notes class. Click Skills Grades > View/Enter Skills Grades > by Skill – Grid. (You can choose one of the

 

Completing Grade Reports

This article explains the process of entering marks and printing Grade Reports for trimester evaluation. It is divided into Kindergarten, Primary Grades (grades 1, 2, and 3) and Intermediate Grades (grades 4, 5, and 6). You should follow the steps for your particular grade. Specials grades appear on Intermediate Grade Reports. Pre-School DOES NOT have to complete a Grade Report. If

 

Printing Progress Reports and Grade Reports

Any teacher that enters grades for a particular class can print a Progress Report or Grade Report. In addition, teachers can print an entire class’s Progress Reports or Grade Reports. All of the Progress Reports and Grade Reports are first saved as PDF documents; allowing teachers to view the final Progress Report or Grade Report.

 

Entering Homeroom Teacher Comments

These Homeroom Teacher comments are written by the Homeroom Teacher under the Notes grade. This is done by Kindergarten, Primary, and Intermediate grades. There is no limit to how long comments can be. To enter comments, select the Notes class. Click Skills Grades > View/Enter Skills Grades > by Skill – Grid. (You can choose one

 

Entering Skills Grades

Skills grades are grades that are not calculated. Teachers manually enter marks for these subjects based on summative assessments by entering skills grades. Skills grades use E, P, I, or N marks.   When are Skills Grades used? For grades K, 1, 2, and 3, Skills Grades are used for both Progress Reports (mid-term) and

 

Completing Progress Reports

This article explains the process of entering marks and printing Progress Reports for mid-term evaluation. It is divided into Primary Grades (grades K, 1, 2, and 3) and Intermediate Grades (grades 4, 5, and 6). You should follow the steps for your particular grade. Specials and Pre-School DO NOT have to complete Progress Reports. If

 

Deleting Assignments

Published on August 2, 2014 in MMS Gradebook

Click on Gradebook > Assignment Click the Delete Button next to the desired assignment. Click Delete Assignment A message will appear.  Click OK Print this entry

 

Grading Assignments

Published on August 2, 2014 in MMS Gradebook

Click on Gradebook > Assignment Click the Grade button in the grid that corresponds with the desired assignment. A new window will open. In the Points Scored column, click on the box for the desired student and enter their grade. You can also right click in the same box and a pop up menu will

 

Add An Assignment

Published on August 2, 2014 in MMS Gradebook

Click on Gradebook > Assignment Click on Add Assignment A new window will open.  At the top ofhte window you can check if the assignment is Required (RE) or Extra Credit (EC) and whether it is a Summative or Formative assignment.   In the same window, type in the name, description, date assigned, date due and

 

Setting Up Categories

Published on August 2, 2014 in MMS Gradebook

Click on Gradebook > Gradebook Setup > Set Up Categories (this course only) OR Set Up Categories (multiple courses) Type TP in Category Code. Type Total Points in Category Name. Click on the checkboxes for all of the marking periods and the courses. Click Add Category and a message stating that the category was successfully added will appear.

 

Set Averaging Method

Published on July 28, 2014 in MMS Gradebook

Click on Gradebook > Gradebook Setup > Set Averaging Method Click on the drop down next to “Select Marking Period Average Method” Chose either: By total points (non weighted)OR By average of weighted category averages (weighted)   Print this entry