You can go back into previous blog postings and update them. So if you're missing blog entries, or they're incomplete (for instance in Digital Photography, one of the requirements on your Reflective Journal blog entries was to include the camera settings, (f-stop, shutter speed and ISO settings — which are available on the RAW photo files you saved on your hard drive and Google Drive folders), along with the lighting conditions (sunny, overcast, shot in the shade, etc.)
Please check your Google Drive folder hierarchy to make sure you've saved all of your files — in the correct folders, (which should be set up the same on the computer you've been working on), so that you can A.) access the archived files at home to back up, and B.) get credit for performing the requirement(s) for naming your files correctly in the correct folders, as seen here.
Weebly Photo Preview Settings
I've said this numerous times, and I've blogged about it on the TODAY page several times: make sure to set all of your photos on Weebly to 900 x 600 pixels and set the "Lightbox" to "ON," so images can be clicked on and enlarged — the only EXCEPTION(S) to this rule are if the images are linked to a file or another website
Check this page (again), to view the required uploads for projects and assignments. The two ways I am grading these are 1.) Photoshop layered, as well as flattened .jpg images, reduced to 1350 x 900 pixels, uploaded to the correct folders for each class, and another set of both, reduced to 900 x 600 pixels, uploaded to your Weebly web sites on your blog postings, for proposals, tutorial update reports, and reflective writing blog posts. And please make sure your folder hierarchy is the same on the computer you've been working on, as well as on your Google Drive, as that has been a requirement since March 2015.
You can check with the front office to find out how long you will have access to your school email and Google drive after you've graduated; I would expect you'd want to back that up soon, just in case. After June 17th, you will also want to change the access to your Weebly web page, using a personal email address, instead of your SMUSD address, so you can continue to update your site after you graduate.