Student Information

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Grading Practices

Reporting for Students in Pre-K:

Report cards for students in Pre-K will be completed and issued once every nine weeks. Achievement will be denoted by letter symbols.

The Pre-K report cards address developmentally appropriate areas of academic growth and social development skills.

S – Satisfactory (demonstrates consistent use and application of required strategies/skills/effort at least 80% of the time)

N – Needs Improvement (demonstrates consistent use and application of required strategies/skills/effort at least 70% of the time)

Reporting for Grades Kindergarten:

Report cards for Kindergarten will be completed and issued once every nine weeks. Achievement will be denoted by letter symbols. Report cards address specific academic progress and student conduct.

O – Outstanding (demonstrates consistent use and application of required strategies/skills/effort at least 90% of the time)

S – Satisfactory (demonstrates consistent use and application of required strategies/skills/effort at least 80% of the time)

N – Needs Improvement (demonstrates consistent use and application of required strategies/skills/effort at least 70% of the time)

U – Unsatisfactory (demonstrates consistent use and application of required strategies/skills/effort less than 70% of the time)

Reporting for Grade 1:

Grade 1 Report Card is issued once every 9 weeks. The Grade 1 Report Card emphasizes the idea that all students can and will master grade-level appropriate material at a pace that is developmentally appropriate for the child and with the necessary supports from the teacher.

E - Exceeds expectations

D - Demonstrates without support

DS - Demonstrates with support

DSS - Demonstrates with significant support

ND - Does not demonstrate

/ - Not evaluated

Reporting for Grades 2-5:

Report cards for grades 2-5 will be completed and issued once every nine weeks. Achievement will be denoted by letter grades.

Report cards address specific academic progress, effort, conduct, and contain space for comments.

Core Content Grades

A 93 - 100

A- 90 – 92

B+ 87 – 89

B 83 – 86

B- 80 – 82

C+ 77 - 79

C 73 – 76

C- 70 - 72

D 64 – 69

F Below 64

I Incomplete


Resource Effort Grades (Art, Music, Physical Education)

O – Outstanding: demonstrates consistent use and application of required strategies/skills/effort at least 90% of the time

S – Satisfactory: demonstrates consistent use and application of required strategies/skills/effort at least 80% of the time

N – Needs Improvement: demonstrates consistent use and application of required strategies/skills/effort at least 70% of the time

U – Unsatisfactory: demonstrates consistent use and application of required strategies/skills/effort less than 70% of the time