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Student Progress Reports, Rolling Grade Book, & Nine-Week Grading Terms for 20-21
Posted 11/16/20

Nine-Week Grading Terms for 2020-2021

  • August 17 - October 5, 2020 - First Nine Weeks*
  • October 6 - December 18, 2020 - Second Nine Weeks
  • January 6 - March 18, 2021 - Third Nine Weeks
  • March 19 - May 26, 2021 - Fourth Nine Weeks

*The first nine weeks is shortened for the 2020-2021 school year.

 

For Elementary School Students

At the end of each nine weeks, progress reports are available in Infinite Campus Parent Portal. The grades on these reports are a snapshot of a student’s progress at the end of each nine weeks. At the end of the second and third nine weeks, an updated snapshot will be posted to Infinite Campus. These grades are not averaged together for a final grade until the end of the year but are reflective of a rolling gradebook. 


A rolling gradebook is ongoing documentation of student progress and provides multiple opportunities for students to show mastery.  A student’s final grade is a calculation of all assignments and assessments throughout the year, regardless of the nine weeks in which the work is completed.  Since the progress report is a snapshot of where the student is at that current time, it likely will change quickly as students complete more assignments, make up missing work, and complete remediation and reassessment of standards that were not mastered.  For courses located in the SchoolsPLP platform, login with your student to view the most up-to-date grades at any time. 


Please note that in an effort to accurately report student progress, zeros have been used as a placeholder for assignments that are missing, incomplete, or never attempted. The rolling gradebook allows zeros to be replaced as the student completes the assignment.


Kindergarten students will not have grades reported in Infinite Campus but instead will receive a standards mastery report card. For the first nine weeks progress report, students in grades 1-5, will only receive a snapshot grade for English Language Arts and Math. Students in grades 3-5 will also receive snapshot grades in Science and Social Studies at the end of the second nine weeks. 


Please follow up with your student’s teacher or virtual program coordinator with any questions or concerns you may have.


For Middle School Students

 

At the end of each nine weeks, progress reports are available in Infinite Campus Parent Portal. The grades on these reports are a snapshot of a student’s progress at the end of each nine weeks. At the end of the second and third nine weeks, an updated snapshot will be posted to Infinite Campus. These grades are not averaged together for a final grade until the end of the year but are reflective of a rolling gradebook. 


A rolling gradebook is ongoing documentation of student progress and provides multiple opportunities for students to show mastery.  A student’s final grade is a calculation of all assignments and assessments throughout the year, regardless of the nine weeks in which the work is completed.  Since the progress report is a snapshot of where the student is at that current time, it likely will change quickly as students complete more assignments, make up missing work, and complete remediation and reassessment of standards that were not mastered.  We encourage you to check the Edgenuity Family Portal for the most up-to-date grades at any time. For courses located in the SchoolsPLP platform, login with your student to view the most up-to-date grades at any time. 


Please note that in an effort to accurately report student progress, zeros have been used as a placeholder for assignments that are missing, incomplete, or never attempted. The rolling gradebook allows zeros to be replaced as the student completes the assignment.


For the first nine weeks progress report, middle school students will only receive snapshot grades for English Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Grades for electives/connections courses will be reported at the end of the second nine weeks.


Edgenuity Family Portal

View your middle school student’s most up-to-date progress in the Edgenuity Family Portal. To set up an account, follow these steps:

  • An activation code specific to your student is needed to set up a parent account.
  • To request an activation code for Edgenuity Family Portal, please complete a help ticket and one will be sent to you.
  • Once logged in to the Edgenuity Family Portal, refer to your student’s “Actual Grade” for the most up-to-date grade that reflects the student’s mastery and progress towards course completion.

Please follow up with your student’s teacher or virtual program coordinator with any questions or concerns you may have.


For High School Students

At the end of each nine weeks, progress reports are available in Infinite Campus Parent Portal. The grades on these reports are a snapshot of a student’s progress at the end of each nine weeks. At the end of the second and third nine weeks, an updated snapshot will be posted to Infinite Campus. These grades are not averaged together for a final grade until the end of the year but are reflective of a rolling gradebook. 


A rolling gradebook is ongoing documentation of student progress and provides multiple opportunities for students to show mastery.  A student’s final grade is a calculation of all assignments and assessments throughout the year, regardless of the nine weeks in which the work is completed.  Since the progress report is a snapshot of where the student is at that current time, it likely will change quickly as students complete more assignments, make up missing work, and complete remediation and reassessment of standards that were not mastered.  We encourage you to check the Edgenuity Family Portal for the most up-to-date grades at any time. For courses located in the SchoolsPLP platform, login with your student to view the most up-to-date grades at any time. 


Please note that in an effort to accurately report student progress, zeros have been used as a placeholder for assignments that are missing, incomplete, or never attempted. The rolling gradebook allows zeros to be replaced as the student completes the assignment.


For the first nine weeks progress report, high school students will only receive snapshot grades for English Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies courses and Spanish I and Spanish II. Grades for all elective courses will be reported at the end of the second nine weeks.


Edgenuity Family Portal 

View your middle school student’s most up-to-date progress in the Edgenuity Family Portal. To set up an account, follow these steps:

  • An activation code specific to your student is needed to set up a parent account.
  • To request an activation code for Edgenuity Family Portal, please complete a help ticket and one will be sent to you.
  • Once logged in to the Edgenuity Family Portal, refer to your student’s “Actual Grade” for the most up-to-date grade that reflects the student’s mastery and progress towards course completion.

Please follow up with your student’s teacher or virtual program coordinator with any questions or concerns you may have.