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How are grades calculated?
Start with Daily average:
1) Add up the total number of possible points for each assignment under Daily.
2) Add up the total number of points earned for each assignment under Daily.
3) Divide total points earned by total points possible. 
4) This will be the category average for Daily.
 
Next, calculate the Alternate Assessment average: 
1) Add up the total number of possible points for each assignment under Alternate.
2) Add up the total number of points earned for each assignment under Alternate.
3) Divide total points earned by total points possible. 
4) This will be the category average for Alternate.
 
Now, calculate the Test average: 
1) Add up the total number of possible points for each assignment under Tests.
2) Add up the total number of points earned for each assignment under Tests.
3) Divide total points earned by total points possible. 
4) This will be the category average for Tests.
 
The three categories are calculated as follows:
  Tests = 45%
  Alternate Assessments = 40%
  Daily = 15%
                       
Please be aware of the following notations which may be seen in Netclassroom: 
  • M - assignment is missing. If this assignment can be made up, the student has up to one week to earn a grade. (See teacher procedures).  After the week has passed, the M remains and is calculated as a 0.
  • 0 - assignment was not accepted due to an unexcused absence, suspension, OR student actually earned a zero. 
  • blank - grade has not been entered by the teacher 
  • X - student is exempt from the assignment. The assignment doesn't help or hurt the student grade.
MAC users:  You must use the Firefox browser to see grades properly in Netclassroom.