The Student Sheets in the High School V Planner

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The "S" sheets are where the lesson plans and grades are entered. The High School V Planner has ten s-sheets per school year. Four of the ten s-sheets can be used for two different semester classes.

s-sheets color groups and names

The S-Sheets have several controls that affect various parts of the data. The pages listed in this section under "S" Sheets will explain the controls. The controls are not hard to use. They exist to give you options for each class.

The"S" Sheet

I refer to them as "S" sheets, "S" pages, or "S#" sheets in the planner. Online I will call them s-sheets. The S-Sheets are the places where you will ...

  1. Set up the Term Grade Calculators. [helpHelp - Term Calculators - Video 1.5 MB ]
  2. Choose the grade scale for the class.
  3. Choose the point value scale of the grade scale.
  4. Choose how much a point is worth.
  5. Enter lesson plans and comments [helpHelp - see Lesson Plans ]
  6. How to enter plans in a Split S-Sheet
  7. How to mark lesson plans for the Number System planners [helpHelp - ]
  8. How to use the Bump column for the Date System planners [helpHelp - ]
  9. How to enter grades [helpHelp - see Grades ]
  10. How to enter "time spent" for each class.
  11. How to use the Dynamic Term Average Record (DTAR)
  12. About the Term Averager
  13. Where to enter scores for Major Exams - semester exams and year-end exam.
  14. Where to enter the "course completed date"

Donna Young
July, 2012

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