AccessingYour
Student’sGrades on the
New eLC
1.Under “My
Students,”
click on the
name of your
student.
You are now
on your
student’s
profile.
2.Click on the
name of one
of the courses
under “Course
Profiles.”
In this
example, we
will use
Introduction to
Information
Technology.
Notice how the
“short name” of
the course now
appears next to
the student’s
name, and the
role of “student”
appears above
...
3.Click on
“Activity
Reports” and
then “Grades.”
4.You will now
see your
student’s
grades for the
course that
you chose.
Notice that
assignments
that do not yet
have a grade
have a dash
( - ) in them.
Ifthereisazeroinsteadofadash,thestudentmaynot
haveturnedinthisassignmentorthismayhavebeenthe
student’s3rd lateassignment.
...
Have questions or need
help?Contact Mrs.Cannon
via the eLChelp e-mail
address on the eLC.
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CCS Accessing Your Student's Grades on the New eLC

  1. 1. AccessingYour Student’sGrades on the New eLC
  2. 2. 1.Under “My Students,” click on the name of your student.
  3. 3. You are now on your student’s profile. 2.Click on the name of one of the courses under “Course Profiles.”
  4. 4. In this example, we will use Introduction to Information Technology.
  5. 5. Notice how the “short name” of the course now appears next to the student’s name, and the role of “student” appears above “Course Profiles.”
  6. 6. 3.Click on “Activity Reports” and then “Grades.”
  7. 7. 4.You will now see your student’s grades for the course that you chose.
  8. 8. Notice that assignments that do not yet have a grade have a dash ( - ) in them.
  9. 9. Ifthereisazeroinsteadofadash,thestudentmaynot haveturnedinthisassignmentorthismayhavebeenthe student’s3rd lateassignment. PertheCCSLateWorkPolicy,studentsareallowed2late items(2graces)inthefirstsemester.Afterthat,late submissionswillbegivenazerounlessanexceptionis grantedbyadministration. Pleaseaskyourstudentandtheteacherfordetailsonany workwithazero.Tomakeanappealforanadditional grace,contacttheUpperSchoolDirector.
  10. 10. Have questions or need help?Contact Mrs.Cannon via the eLChelp e-mail address on the eLC.

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