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(For BEHS Only) Review of Infinite Campus Standards-Based Reporting

With third trimester (say what?!) upon us, teachers at the high school have been wanting to review how to set up Infinite Campus for standards-based reporting. I first covered this last fall during one of the faculty meetings, but everyone should have their standards/indicators aligned now. So lets review the best practices that I laid out to ensure everyone is on the same page. If you review the presentation and are left with questions or want to have more 1:1 guidance, feel free to make an appointment with me and I am more than happy to help.




I hope that helps!

Never stop learning. Susie from SimmonsClassroom.com

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