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Anonymous January 6, 2009


how can i check my kids grades

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aglumunoz1 January 6, 2009


I need to be able to get my child grades, How may I get any information in this matter.

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seehim February 8, 2009


Do they have Edline, or something like it, at your school. You go online to the site to check up on your student's grades and assigned homework for their classes. It is private so all students and parents have their own account so they can see their grades and homework. You should recommend this program, or one like it to the school staff. Also, the teachers might have a class extension for a "homework hotline" where the teacher leaves a message on the extension for the homework for that night. Both work very well, but I like edline better because it supplies concrete information about upcoming school events on the calendar, attendance updates, grade books, and assignments. The only problem is that each teacher handles their hyperlink for their classes separately. For example, one teacher may show something that another does not. I hope this helps.

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seehim February 8, 2009


Do they have Edline, or something like it, at your school. You go online to the site to check up on your student's grades and assigned homework for their classes. It is private so all students and parents have their own account so they can see their grades and homework. You should recommend this program, or one like it to the school staff. Also, the teachers might have a class extension for a "homework hotline" where the teacher leaves a message on the extension for the homework for that night. Both work very well, but I like edline better because it supplies concrete information about upcoming school events on the calendar, attendance updates, grade books, and assignments. The only problem is that each teacher handles their hyperlink for their classes separately. For example, one teacher may show something that another does not. I hope this helps.



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