Report cards, course grades, assessment scores, and standard mastery are all visible in the Schoolrunner web portal. Below are the ways you can check on your child's academic info.
Click the "Report Cards" link at the top of the webpage. If the school has published electronic report cards, you'll see them listed here. Click a report card to download a .pdf.
If you don't see anything here, it means that your school has not published electronic report cards. However, you can still view course grades on the Schoolrunner portal. Keep reading to learn how!
Click the "Grades" link to see the grades your child has earned for each grading period. These are the same grades that you see on report cards, so if the school has not published report cards electronically, you can still check on your child's academic performance here.
Course grades are a high-level summary of how your child performed in each course for each grading period. To get more detail on individual assessments, missing assessments, or standards mastery, click on a specific course grade to get a breakdown, or click on the "Progress Reports" link. Keep reading to learn more!
Progress Reports (Assessment Scores/Standard Mastery)
Whether you see assessment scores or standards mastery depends on how your child's school approaches grading. Some schools track both of these things, but by default you will see only one or the other.
Clicking the "Progress Reports" link lets you look at the individual details of your child's performance in a course.
The grid you see on the right lists out individual assessments (or standards) along with how your child scored on them. You can switch the course and grading period to look at scores for different courses at different times throughout the school year.
The "Grading System" buttons let you switch between assessment scores and standards mastery. It will always start on the view that actually represents grades though ("Course Default"). Some schools track standard mastery but actually grade students on assessment scores, meaning you can view both, but only one actually counts.
The "Progress Reports" page is great if you want to see which assessments your student is missing. Completing these assessments can boost grades.
To identify missing assessments, make sure you're looking at assessment results (not standards mastery; choose "Assessment-Based" for the "Grading System" if you're viewing standards). Then look for any assessment that says "Missing".
You can also use the "Missing Only" filter, which is helpful for focusing in on just missing assessments from a large list. Click "Yes" and you'll see only missing assessments. All other assessments will be grouped as "Other".
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