... at least use decent grammar!
I was completely out of email contact over Christmas from about the 21st-26th. I'm so glad. One of my students, who should have been able to get their grades on 12/17, emailed me on the 21st about their grade.
This particular student needed a C for their Hamster Caretaking program, and was still getting a D in early December when they asked me about their grade. They had missed a lot of classes and assignments. I responded, after some calculating, that if this particular student could get a "perfect score" on the remaining assignments (including a written paper), they might be able to pull off the C.
They didn't. Their grade was posted on Blackboard on 12/13, grades were submitted by 12/16.
The email from this student on 12/21 said, "i don't understand why i
got a D you told me if i did everything that you told me i would of been
able to get a C. i don't know what to do now because i tryed my best to
you said to earn that C"
WHY DON'T YOU TRY CAPITAL LETTERS, PUNCTUATION, AND SPELLCHECK!
I don't think this particular student should be taking care of hamsters anyway.