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Student Home Page: To Do List
Student Home Page: To Do List
This articles reviews how the To Do list on the Home page works.
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Written by Monica Burke
Updated over a week ago

Your To Do list displays assigned assessments and lessons that have not been completed yet. It is on your Home page.

➡️ Your assessments and lessons are listed in order of their due date. If they don't have a due date, they are in the order of when they were assigned. Overdue assessments and lessons are always at the top of the list.

➡️ You can click on an item to go directly to that assessment or lesson.

➡️ You see 3 assessments and/or lessons at once. If you have more assessments or lessons, click Show All. To hide them again, click Show Less.

➡️ When you complete an assessment or lesson, it is no longer on the To Do list.

➡️ Assessments that are marked as Excused or Excluded are not listed on the To Do list.

➡️ Missing assessments show on the To Do list even after they are assigned a grade.

The Notification Feed is also on the home page. For more information on the Notification Feed, click the button below!



➡️ You will see the name of the assessment, the class it was assigned in, the status (not started or in progress), missing status (shows until turned in), the due date (if there is one), and the number of points the assessment is worth (if points are given).


➡️ You will see the name of the lesson, the class it was assigned in, the number of completed activities and total activities in the lesson, and a due date (if there is one).

➡️ Due Date Information (applies to assessments and lessons)

  • If the due date is within 3 days, an orange exclamation point will be next to the due date.

  • If the due date has passed, the due date will turn orange.

Can students remove things from the To Do list?

Once you submit the assessment or complete the lesson activities, they will be removed from the to do list. There isn't a way for you to remove things unless you complete them.

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