Because different assignments require different amounts of effort and are valued differently, it is important for teachers to give larger assignments more weight in the grade book. To calculate weighted grades, teachers ... More »

To calculate the grade of a slope, represented by the lowercase letter M, divide the rise, expressed as Y, by the run, expressed as X, then multiply by 100. The grade of a slope is most commonly expressed as a percentage... More »

A student can calculate a semester grade by averaging the grades in the two previous quarters. However, in some cases, the semester grade may include the grades from the previous two quarters and an exam. Typically, in t... More »

To calculate an average grade, first add up all the individual grades, then divide by the total number of grades. Letter grades or percentage grades can be converted to the 4.0 scale to find the grade point average, or G... More »

Locate class grades as a student, teacher or parent on JupiterED by going to the JupiterED website and logging into the online grade book. JupiterED also provides a notification service for parents, which sends phone ale... More »

The Canvas online learning management system has many benefits, including its web-based application; its ability to let teachers, students and parents observe all classes at a glance; and an online grade book that can sh... More »

Features of the Infinite Campus K12 portal for teachers, students and parents include an online grade book and instant access to attendance information. Teachers can also use the system to send automated emails to studen... More »