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Online Grades


Click on this X2 icon to open the parent or student portal.

American Experience

Grading Criteria & More

CP English 11

Grading Criteria & More

Honors English 11

Grading Criteria & More

  


Detailed Assignment Information 

You can use X2 to see detailed assignment information and learn which assignments are completed, which assignments are missing and more. Just follow these steps:

  1. Go to https://x2.londonderry.org/
  2. Click on the tab at the top labeled “Academics”
  3. Click on the course name for the correct term/semester. For example, click on "CP English 11 S2" to see second semester information for CP English 11.
  4. On the left hand side of the screen, click on “Assignments”. (See assignment codes below).
  5. To discover detailed assignment information, click on an individual assignment.


How can I find my semester end grades?

Follow these steps to find your grades for the end of a term (quarter), final exam and end of a semester: 

  1. Log on to X2 https://x2.londonderry.org/
  2. Click on the tab at the top labeled "My Info"
  3. Then click on the tab on the left labeled "Transcript"
  4. Lastly, click on a specific class.


Understanding

Due Dates

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DUE DATES for ASSIGNMENTS

The “date assigned” and “date due” for each assignment posted on X2 correspond with a specific weekly syllabus posted on our class website:   www.mrsjustersvirtualclassroom.com. Click on a course name then “weekly syllabus” (for the current week) or “term archive of weekly syllabi” (for previous weeks). 

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DUE DATES for FORMAL PAPERS

When students complete a final draft, the “date assigned” and “date due” refer to the syllabus week when the final draft was completed.  

Following the completion and successful submission of final drafts, detailed and extensive comments are added to each student’s paper. These comments guide students through the formal revision process.

Once the formal revision process begins, the “date assigned” and “date due” refer to the syllabus week(s) when students will have the opportunity to engage in the revision process and improve their paper score. Grades for final draft revisions will fluctuate as students complete revisions and improve paper scores.

DUE DATES for READING WORKSHOP

A student's reading workshop grade is a cumulative grade based on the student’s in-class work during formally designated workshop time throughout the term. The “date assigned” and “date due” for reading workshop are the last date of the term. This grade is one of the last grades entered at the close of a term.

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DUE DATES for WRITING WORKSHOP

A student’s writing workshop grade is a cumulative grade based on the student’s in-class work during formally designated workshop time throughout the term. The “date assigned” and “date due” for writing workshop are  the last date of the term. This grade is one of the last grades entered at the close of a term.

DUE DATES for ACADEMIC DISCOURSE

A student’s academic discourse grade is a cumulative grade based on the student’s participation in formally designated discussions and discussion activities throughout the term. The “date assigned” and “date due” for academic discourse are the last date of the term. This grade is one of the last grades entered at the close of a term.

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DUE DATES for EXTRA-CREDIT ENRICHMENT

This assignment is optional. Students who complete it will receive credit. The special code, OP (“Optional”) will be entered for students who choose not to complete the assignment. No numerical value is associated with this code. It is EXEMPT from calculations. The “date assigned” and “date due” for this assignment are the last date of the term. This grade is one of the last grades entered at the close of a term.



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Course Competencies

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Throughout the academic year, students will have many opportunities to develop and demonstrate the skills identified in the Jr. English Course Competencies.

I have created a category in X2 that will help me as well as students and parents monitor ongoing student progress with each course competency. The “date assigned” and “date due” for entries in this Competencies category are the last date of a term. Student progress with course competencies will be reflected in the codes identified below:

Special Code Meaning

FAIL

“Fail”. No numerical value is associated with this code. It is EXEMPT from calculations. This indicates that the student has not yet successfully demonstrated the skill identified in the competency.

PASS

“Pass”. No numerical value is associated with this code. It is EXEMPT from calculations. This indicates that the student has successfully demonstrated the skill identified in the competency.

NA

“Not Applicable”.  No numerical value is associated with this code. It is EXEMPT from calculations.



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Special Codes in X2

Exempt from Calculations

The purpose of these special codes is to offer parents and students more detailed information regarding student performance. No numerical value is associated with the codes identified below.  The system identifies each code listed below as EXEMPT. As a result, it is not counted when student averages are calculated.

 

Special Code

Meaning

BG

“Being Graded”. No numerical value is associated with this code. It is EXEMPT from calculations.

 

IP

“In-Progress”. No numerical value is associated with this code. It is EXEMPT from calculations.

 

NO

“No”. No numerical value is associated with this code. It is EXEMPT from calculations.

 

YES

“Yes”. No numerical value is associated with this code. It is EXEMPT from calculations.

 

FAIL

“Fail”. No numerical value is associated with this code. It is EXEMPT from calculations.

 

PASS

 

“Pass”. No numerical value is associated with this code. It is EXEMPT from calculations.

 

OP

“Optional”. No numerical value is associated with this code. It is EXEMPT from calculations.

 

TC

“Transfer Credit”. No numerical value is associated with this code. It is EXEMPT from calculations.

 

NA

“Not Applicable”.  No numerical value is associated with this code. It is EXEMPT from calculations.