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Completing Grade Reports

This article explains the process of entering marks and printing Grade Reports for trimester evaluation. It is divided into KindergartenPrimary 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 you are unsure about a particular step in the process, click on the link to that step’s particular Knowledge Base article.

NOTE: clarification of each grade mark can be found on the Official School Website.

 

Kindergarten Grade Reports

  1. Enter marks for skills grades
    Marks for Christian Values, Work Habits, Religion, Math, and Integrated Language Arts (ILA), and Physical Development are set using the E, P, I, or N format. Homeroom teachers manually enter marks for these subjects based on summative assessments by entering skills grades. Grade Reports do not print the overall subject grade, just the standards that are attached to those subjects. Click here to view how to do this.
  2. Enter marks for Instructional Support grades
    Instructional Support grades are entered by the Instructional Support Teacher and utilize the Yes and No skills grade following the same process as other skills grades. Click here to view how to do this.
  3. Enter your comments
    These comments are written by the Homeroom Teacher. Click here to view how to do this. It is suggested that you delete your Progress Report comments and replace them with your Grade Report comments.
  4. Preview or Print the Grade Report
    Typically, the School Office will print the Grade Reports; however, any teacher that enters grades for a particular student can print a Grade Report. In addition, teachers can print an entire class’s Grade Reports. All of the Grade Reports are first saved as PDF documents; allowing teachers to view the final Grade Report. Click here to view how to do this.
  5. Enter the Parent-Teacher Conference date
    After the conference occurs, the Homeroom teacher goes back and records the conference occurrence. Click here to view how to do this.

 

Primary Grade Reports

  1. Enter marks for skills grades
    Marks for Christian Values, Work Habits, Religion, Math, and Integrated Language Arts (ILA) are set using the E, P, I, or N format. Homeroom teachers manually enter marks for these subjects based on summative assessments by entering skills grades. Grade Reports do not print the overall subject grade, just the standards that are attached to those subjects. Click here to view how to do this.
  2. Enter marks for Instructional Support grades
    Instructional Support grades are entered by the Instructional Support Teacher and utilize the Yes and No skills grade following the same process as other skills grades. Click here to view how to do this.
  3. Enter your comments
    These comments are written by the Homeroom Teacher. Click here to view how to do this. It is suggested that you delete your Progress Report comments and replace them with your Grade Report comments.
  4. Preview or Print the Grade Report
    Typically, the School Office will print the Grade Reports; however, any teacher that enters grades for a particular student can print a Grade Report. In addition, teachers can print an entire class’s Grade Reports. All of the Grade Reports are first saved as PDF documents; allowing teachers to view the final Grade Report. Click here to view how to do this.
  5. Enter the Parent-Teacher Conference date
    After the conference occurs, the Homeroom teacher goes back and records the conference occurrence. Click here to view how to do this.

 

Intermediate Grade Reports

  1. Enter assignments for subject grades
    Teachers of Religion, Integrated Language Arts (ILA), Math, Science, and Social Studies enter assignments into their gradebook. Ensure values are assigned to these assignments. The subject grade marks will be averaged together from these assignments to result in a mark of A, B, C, D, or FClick here to view how to do this.
  2. Enter marks for skills grades for Religion, Integrated Language Arts (ILA), Math, Science, and Social Studies
    Teachers of Religion, Integrated Language Arts (ILA), Math, Science, and Social Studies manually enter marks for their subjects using the E, P, I, or N format. Grades for these subjects are based on summative assessments by entering skills grades. Click here to view how to do this.
  3. Enter marks for skills grades for Christian Values and Work Habits
    Homeroom teachers manually enter marks for Christian Values and Work Habits using the E, P, I, or N format. Grades for these subjects are based on summative assessments by entering skills grades. Grade Reports do not print the overall subject grade for these subjects. Click here to view how to do this.
  4. Enter marks for Instructional Support grades
    Instructional Support grades are entered by the Instructional Support Teacher and utilize the Yes and No skills grade following the same process as other skills grades. Click here to view how to do this.
  5. Enter marks for Music, Art, Physical Education, and Technology
    Specials teachers manually enter marks for their respective subject skills grades using the E, P, I, or N format. Grades for these subjects are based on summative assessments by entering skills grades. Click here to view how to do this.
  6. Enter your comments
    These comments are written by the Homeroom Teacher. Click here to view how to do this. It is suggested that you delete your Progress Report comments and replace them with your Grade Report comments.
  7. Preview or Print the Grade Report
    Typically, the School Office will print the Grade Reports; however, any teacher that enters grades for a particular student can print a Grade Report. In addition, teachers can print an entire class’s Grade Reports. All of the Grade Reports are first saved as PDF documents; allowing teachers to view the final Grade Report. Click here to view how to do this.
  8. Enter the Parent-Teacher Conference date
    After the conference occurs, the Homeroom teacher goes back and records the conference occurrence. Click here to view how to do this.

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