Report Cards & Grading
Release Date: Report cards will be released on October 22.
Engagement: Engagement on remote learning days is important – both for connection and the impact on grades. It is preferred that students have their cameras on during class, to enhance interaction among their teachers and peers. In most cases, a student’s academic progress and grades are correlated to their level of engagement.
Support Resources: If you have academic concerns about your child’s progress, consider scheduling a parent/teacher conference and discuss support options. If your child is a fully remote Engage RLO student and has a course grade below 75 in any class, tutoring is required and will begin after report cards are released.
Checking Your Student’s Grades: Not sure how to check your child’s grades? They’re in the PowerSchool Parent Portal! Remember, while it may be helpful for parents and families to check their child’s Google Classroom account to view the status of various assignments, actual grades for received and graded assignments are recorded in the PowerSchool Parent Portal.
Our data managers create PowerSchool accounts for parents and guardians using the email addresses provided to schools. If you’re unsure of your login information, or need to provide an email address to have a PowerSchool account created, contact your school’s data manager.
Check out how easy it is to access your student’s grades in the tutorial videos below: