Grading Scales and Report Cards

The school year consists of four, 9-week grading periods. Report cards are issued after every grading period and interim reports are sent to all students at the mid-point of each grading period.

Parents are encouraged to meet with teachers to discuss their child's progress or special problems.



Kindergarten, First, and Second Grade students are assessed with the following scale:

S+

=

The student consistently meets objectives.

S

=

The student adequately meets objectives.

S-

=

The student inconsistently meets objectives.

N

=

The student has not met objectives at time of grading.

*

=

The student is using a modified curriculum.

X

=

The student is having difficulty in this area.


Third, Fourth, and Fifth Grade students
are assessed with the following scale:

A

=

90-100

Excellent

B+

=

87-89

Very Good

B

=

80-86

Good

C+

=

77-79

Above Average

C

=

70-76

Average

D+

=

67-69

Below Average

D

=

60-66

Poor

F

=

0-59

Failure

*

=

The student is using a modified curriculum.

X

=

The student is having difficulty in this area.


Teachers will explain their system of grading to students at the beginning of the year. Parents should contact teachers and schools if they have questions about the relative grade weight of tests, quizzes, projects, and homework in specific classes.