Saint Mary School|Milford, CT | Online Grades
How can you view grades for your St Mary School Student? You will receive this information (website, user name for family and password) when you come for your Report Card Conference. The ability to check your child's grades is for parents – not the students. Please do not provide this to your child – it is for you as the parent/parents/guardian.
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Online Grades

PARENTS CAN VIEW THEIR CHILD’S GRADES (4th-8th Grade), ONLINE

How can you see these grades?

 

  • You will receive this information (website, user name for family and password) when you come for your Report Card Conference. NOTE: THIS WILL NOT BE GIVEN TO YOUR CHILD – THE USER NAME AND PASSWORD IS FOR PARENTS ONLY (hence, why we want only to hand it to you). The ability to check your child’s grades is for parents – not the students. Please do not provide this to your child – it is for you as the parent/parents/guardian.

 

  • You will be asked to visit a specific Website. Each parent will be provided with a User Name and confidential Password.

 

 

A few things to keep in mind:IMG_3264

  • As with anything we do new involving technology, there will be glitches – so please be patient as together we work such things out.

 

  • Teachers cannot always put up the latest grades instantly – it does take a while to correct student work, especially with the more extensive reports and papers done by the older students.

 

  • While teachers will try to log in grades as soon as possible, it may take up to one week. Should there be a delay; the teacher will communicate this by email.

 

  • Different assessments (assignments, reports, quizzes, tests, etc.) are weighted differently by different teachers depending on the curriculum, the subject area, teaching style, etc.. Therefore, doing a mathematical average of the grades you see does not necessarily indicate their average or the final grade your child will receive.

 

  • When viewing the grades on line, you may see an “Average.” However, that “Average” may not be a true reflection of your child’s progress. Sometimes, the difference in weighing grades is not figured in till the end of the Marking period. Also, the idea of an “average,” is really only valid once grades close at the end of a Marking period.

 

  • The main goal of this availability is for you, as parents, to have a more up to date idea of how your children are doing and if they are doing the assignments. It eliminates the need for notes, phone calls or weekly updates. It eliminates the need to depend on your child to bring home papers or to let you know how well he/she did or did not do. It also eliminates the need to wait for a Progress Report to know what is going on. It provides a way for you, at home, to stay on top of what your child is doing.

 

You may, of course, still communicate any questions or concerns to the teacher. Teachers, likewise, will communicate directly if the need arises. But at least with this system, a parent no longer has to wait and wonder.

 

To be sure you have the user name and password, be sure to pick up your On Line Grades envelope at your Report Card Conference.