Admin Student Grades

Admin > Admin Student Grades

The Admin Student Grades page is only available to users who log on to txGradebook with a district- or campus-level security administrator user ID. The page allows administrative users to view semester exam grades, semester and final averages, and credits awarded for all of a student's courses. This allows administrators to determine UIL eligibility and locate students who may be at risk for losing eligibility. Before viewing this page, you must select a specific student at a specific campus on the Admin Student Grades - Find Student page.

1.        The Admin Student Grades - Find Student page is displayed allowing you to search for and select the student for whom you want to view grades.

2.        Locate the student for whom you want to view grades, and then click View Student.

      The Admin Student Grades page is displayed allowing you to view semester exam grades, semester and final averages, and credits awarded for all of the student's courses, except courses that are excluded from grading. The student's ID and name are displayed at the top of the page so you can verify the student for whom you are viewing data.

      If a posted or override grade exists for the current cycle, it is displayed in place of the working cycle average.

3.        By default, the page displays a condensed view of the current semester and cycle. To view data for a previous semester, click drop-down arrow in the Semester field.

4.        By default, the page displays all of the student’s courses for the semester, including courses from which he has withdrawn. To see only the student’s current courses, select Show Current Courses Only.

Note:

·       The student’s working cycle average is displayed for the current cycle, unless a posted or override grade exists.

·       The semester average is labeled as Posted, Override, or Working.

·       If all courses are displayed and the student withdrew from a course, the message "withdrawn" and the withdrawal date are displayed next to the course title.

5.        A condensed overview of the student's cycle grades for all of his courses is displayed. To view all details for all courses for the current cycle, click Show All Detail. Click Hide All Detail to return to the condensed view, or click Close Details for a particular course to condense the view for that course only. You can also click the current cycle grade to condense the view for that course.

      The detailed view includes the student's assignment grades, working cycle average, override grade (if present), and posted grade.

      For each assignment, the due date is displayed and an indication of whether the assignment was late or a re-do.

      Dropped grades display the message "(Dropped)" next to the grade.

      Assignment grades are sorted by due date, and then by assignment name within each category.

      If the teacher is using points-based weighting, the points earned and possible points are displayed. For example, 9/10 is displayed if the student earned 9 points and the assignment is worth 10 points.

      If the teacher is using percentage-based weighting, the actual points and total possible points are displayed if the total possible points is less than 100 (e.g., 45/50).

      For students who transferred into the class, the transfer date, transfer average, and transfer weight are displayed.

      See the Calculate Averages page for an explanation of calculating averages.

6.        To view details for a specific course for a previous cycle, click the grade average for the cycle under Previous Cycles. Click Close Details to close the view for that average.

7.        In the Student field, you can click the student ID to view the student's profile.

8.        To view data for another student, click Change Student. The Admin Student Grades - Find Student page is displayed allowing you to search for another student.

9.        To print the data displayed on the page, click Print. The Print dialog box opens allowing you to select your printer and settings. Click Print to continue, or click Cancel to cancel printing.