How to Create a Grading Column with Assignment Averages

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The teacher's name must be attached to the Categories on the Gradebook > Categories side-tab to allow the categories to show up on the "Available Fields" pop-up on the step 7 below.
If the categories are not listed under the "Available Fields":
1. Switch to the Staff view
2. Select the teacher's name
3. Click Gradebook
4. Categories side-tab > Option > Modify List > Click the pencil under Name to add the teachers name > Click the green checkmark to save. Then you will be able to see the Categories on the "Available Fields" pop-up when you go back to step 7 again.

1. On the Staff view click Gradebook

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2. Check off the class and click Scores

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3. Click the three dots

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4. Click New

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5. For Name type in Full View Avg and Grading Mark

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6. For Owner Select Quincy Upper School

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7. Select Overall to CA Q3

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8. Click Add > >

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9. Click the drop down arrow

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10. Select Post Columns

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11. Select IB1 Mark

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12. Click Add > >

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13. Click Save

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14. Click the drop down arrow

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15. Select Full View Avg and Grading Mark to see the grades with averages

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