You are able to view your student's grade and progress report via the "Grades" tab on the top scroll bar of the mobile app. This allows you to see course grades based on the term bins used by the school.
To see you student's GPA, they must have a GPA record as of today and your school must have these setting setup:
- Report Cards - "Show Grades - Summary Row" setting must be yes.
- Slips - "Academics - Hide Summary" setting must be off.
- Slips - "Academics - Hide Course Grades" setting must be off.
- Uses the GPA dashboard setting to format green/yellow/red.
All overall report card comments for the year are seen under the comments section. Course specific comments can be viewed with the course itself.
Each course your student is enrolled in is displayed under the course section, along with the staff members's name, class period (if applicable), and report card comments for that specific course (if applicable).
You can view the class attendance percentage for your student in that course if the settings are configured to show it. At least one course in which your student is enrolled must have taken class attendance for this to be displayed here.
You can click on a specific course to see the "Progress Report" view for that course. This will display the overall course grade at the top and assessments with assessment grades below. If there are standards assigned to the assessment, it will break them out by standard. Otherwise, you will see assessments by grading methodologies. I.e. "Class Work", "Quiz", "Test", etc.
Assessment rows will display the assessment name, course name, comments on the assessment itself, date, staff member, as well as the score, excused, or missing.
By scrolling to "Class Attendance", you can see your student's class attendance records for this course. It will show the overall attendance percentage for the course and term at the top. Underneath you will see the individual records by date. This will display the absence type, absence date, staff member name, and absence code. The code will be orange for an "in school" code, red for a not "in school" code.