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This article will help you understand how to use the Portal to identify which students have an 80+ GPA. Happy exploring! As always, feel free to share your feedback at schoolsupport@newvisions.org.

Overview

  • Using the Academic List to identify which students have an 80+ GPA

Additional Resources


Academic List

  1. Navigate to the Academic List from the main left sidenav. Use the 1st drop down to select GPA, the 2nd drop down to select the students you want to view, and the 3rd drop down to group students by Current GPA. This view allows you to review students:

    Current GPA: weighted transcript grade average, which reflects courses that have been indicated by the school in STARS/PowerSchool as contributing towards GPA average and taking into account any Grade Average Factors assigned to those courses. Excludes courses that do not have numeric equivalencies, including NX,NC,NL,NU,ND,NW,CR, and P

    Projected GPA: projected GPA based on a student's most recent marking period marks, which reflects courses that have been indicated by the school in STARS/PowerSchool as contributing towards GPA average and taking into account any Grade Average Factors assigned to those courses. Excludes courses that do not have numeric equivalencies, including NX,NC,NL,NU,ND,NW,CR, and P

    Current YTD Attendance: The percent of days present out of the total school days for a student. Based on ATS and/or STARS Classroom Attendance Tracker

    Not Passing: Total courses failing (<65) across all subjects in most recent MP

    Passing 65-79.9: Total courses passing with a score between 65-79.9 across all subjects in most recent MP

    Passing 80+: Total courses passing with a score of 80+ across all subjects in most recent MP

  2. Hover over a number to identify the course titles

  3. Review the Summary table on the right to understand the distribution of students

    Questions to consider:

    What do you notice about course marks across the different subject areas?

    When reviewing students' current year to date attendance, do you notice students who are struggling academically with attendance barriers?

  4. Continue to use the second dropdown to explore additional ways to view student groups to identify trends

Here are some examples of subgroups to explore, but feel free to explore any subgroup that you choose!

  • Current Seniors

  • SWD or MLL

  • Black Students

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