In this article learn how to:
Sort Grade Order
If you need change how grades are sorted in your school, select Admin, and then Manage Grades.
There are 2 ways you can sort the order of your school's grades.
- First, if you just need to reverse the order, select the Reverse Order button. If for example for some reason your school had letter grades sorted F-A instead of A-F, this is a quick way to fix that.
- Second, you can move the order of individual grades. For example, maybe your school has an 'Incomplete' score, and a 'Failing' grade. Incomplete may be a higher grade than an F. To re-sort the order, select the dots on the left of the grade's name, then drag and drop the grade to its new position.
Changes are updated automatically.
Set a Grade Cutoff
Your school may want to flag specific grades at a specific point to identify students that may be struggling in certain subject areas. These students will be displayed in their teacher's My At Risk Students box on the teacher's Dashboard. Schools can determine what they consider an 'at risk' grade by setting a grade cutoff - which means any grade at that level or below is considered at risk.
To do this, go to Admin, then Manage Grades. Next to the grade you want to set as the cutoff, check the Cutoff box. Changes will be updated automatically. In the example in the image below, the cutoff is being changed from a C+ to a B.
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