Homework grades have been put in. I sent messages to those who need to select more grade level appropriate books or need to retest.
I am putting grades in for everything that was due this week by Sunday to give you a couple of extra days to work. If there is a zero, it's because I didn't receive a copy of your work from you. If the mistake is on my end and I overlooked it, let me know. I've opened over 600 documents this week, so it may have been lost in the shuffle.
Does the zero have to remain there? Of course not, just get the work turned in. It's the same procedure we have at school, except I can't conference with you about it face to face so I sent you a message. If I sent you multiple messages and you failed to respond, then I sent one and included your parent in the communication. You know I'll always give you the benefit of the doubt before reaching out to them.
Enjoy your weekend you know, hanging out at the house, doing the same old, same old. :)
Just a quick message. I tried to get into Edsby today and it was unbelievably slow. I noticed that Edsby is now starting to default on using the overdue symbol (red exclamation point) on assignments. Normally, I would put those in manually and talk to you in class to remind you to turn it in before a zero popped up as a grade. Please ignore those symbols. You're assignments this week are:
1. Rise of Hitler Part 1 and 2 questions
2. Elly Chapters 1-12 questions
3. March Reading Counts homework.
Due dates are posted in Edsby however you have until Friday to get the assignments uploaded.
Hello again, it's been brought to my attention that the pages on the assignment calendar aren't matching up with the book. This is a result of my basing the pages on the hard copy instead of the digital one. I'll take care of it tonight and repost the calendar tomorrow.
Okay 12:12 pm and I'm attempting to download and read messages you have sent but the system is slow and some teachers haven't even been able to log in. Sooo, don't stress. Back off on pressuring your teacher - you responsible, on-top-of-your-game students! It'll eventually come together. :)