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    Parents, want to stay up-to-date on your child's academic performance?  Now you can!  During the school year, Mr. Coley will be utilizing an online gradebook at TrackMyGrades.com.  With it, you will have the opportunity to log on and check your child's grades -- 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  It's free, easy, and 100% secure!

Mr. Coley has left the classroom to move into administration. The resources found on mrcoley.com remain online, but please be advised that the site is no longer being updated.

Important Message Regarding Online Grades:

   Parents, please note that students' online grades are great indicators of their current academic performance, but are not necessarily final grades that will be reflected on their report cards.  Online grades do not reflect components like daily homework completion and effort, which are factors in determining final grades.  For example, if a student's online Science grade was 89%, but he/she consistently turned in all of his/her homework and always put forth great effort, the student's grade would more than likely be raised to an A- on his/her report card.  Conversely, if a student's online grade was 90%, but he/she did not consistently turn in homework on time and missed multiple assignments over the course of the trimester, his/her grade would more than likely be dropped to a B+.  Missing homework assignments will be communicated to you in the form of weekly Late/Incomplete Homework Notices.  In short, online grades are intended to keep up updated on your child's academic progress, but please keep in mind that their grades may vary slightly on report cards.  Also, some assignments will not be reflected online, as they are not assigned a point value, but rather are graded using a rubric (as is the case with most paragraph writing assignments).  These types of assignments are used to helped determine students' grades on the standards-based portion of the report card.  If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to
email me.

- Mr. Coley

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