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Checking Your Current Grades in PowerSchool

On the Grades and Attendance page, you can find details about your classes, like the teacher's name and how to contact them. If the teachers have put in assessment scores, you will see your current grades in the S1, S2, or Y1 columns. If there are no scores yet, you'll see a letter 'i'. These grades show how you are doing in school right now. The letter grades are made using scores for 4 different criteria, and you can check those on another page.

Click on any letter grade or the [i] in the S1, S2, or Y1 column. This will take you to a page where you can see all the details about your class scores. You can also click on links to see the criteria rubrics for how this class is graded. Assignments are listed on this page, and there might be symbols next to them. You can find out what these symbols mean at the bottom of the page. For example, if you see a green check mark, it means you turned in your assignment.

If you click on the blue bar graph next to any assignment, you can see how you did on each criterion scored as part of that assignment. Click on the word 'view' to learn more about that assignment.

Now, click on the tab called 'Standards,' which is next to the 'Grades and Attendance' tab at the top of the page. Here, you can see how you're doing on each criterion overall, and there's also a score for how you're doing with your work habits, which are scored using the MUHS Work Habits Rubric, which you can see below. 

When you add up the scores from the four criteria, it gives you a total score called a Criterion Level Total (CLT). You can see how these CLTs are turned into grades in the conversion chart below.

Each class in PowerSchool includes live links to the four criteria rubrics so you can see how you are being graded.

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Understanding Criterion Levels Total (CLT) & Grade Conversions


First page of the PDF file: CriterionLevelTotals


First page of the PDF file: CLTdescriptions-2


First page of the PDF file: CLTdescriptions-1

Reading Your Report Card

We mail report cards home at the end of each quarter.  For each class, you will see a letter grade (A, B, C, or NY), a Work Habits indicator (U, N, S, or E), four criterion scores (0-8), and a comment.  You can see how criteria scores become letter grades in the CLT conversion chart above.  Please note: Our reporting system is set up to estimate accurate letter grades even if a teacher has not assessed one or more of the criteria by the end of the quarter.