Granite Oaks Middle School

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1 Via the internet, type in this web address:
2  Click on ACADEMIES, select your Academy
3  Locate the TEACHER'S NAME, then click on GRADES
4  Enter your last name and password (student's 7 digit ID #)
5  Click on View Report

Datawise: click here to test ( not for home use )   Turnitin improves the student writing cycle by preventing plagiarism
and providing rich feedback to students.  Teachers will be activating student accounts soon.
Accelerated Reader:     Quiz Finder
Students are not able to take AR quizzes off campus,
they need to be logged into their account at school.
Star Reading:  Granite Oaks uses an online reading test to give teachers an idea of what a student's reading level is.  This test also helps determine what a student's "reading goal" should be set to, in AR. This website is available to students while they are on campus only.

HOW TO view your Accelerated Reader Progress from home:
1 Internet, type in this web address:
2  Log in using your AR USER NAME & PASSWORD
3  To see all AR quizzes you have taken, click on VIEW MY BOOKSHELF (on the right)
4  Click on each INDIVIDUAL BOOK to see when quiz was taken and other specifics

HOW TO insert a picture, from the internet, into WORD or PUB or PPT.

HOW TO  Move Files Between a PC and a MAC

Make an appointment with our counselors.  Their offices are located in the Student Services Building.




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