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Grading System

Student performance should be evaluated based on state grade level standards, academic plans, IEP’s, textbook and teacher-made tests, and other available methods.  Student conduct shall be excluded from consideration in determining a student’s grade. 

Grading Scales:

Kindergarten:  In kindergarten, a checklist reflecting academic achievement standards will be used each nine weeks.

Grades 1 – 5:  In grades one through five, numerical grades as specified will be used to report student progress for each reporting period.  Report cards will reflect the academic achievement standards.

  Numerical grades will be used on report cards, transcripts, and permanent records in reading and mathematics for grades one and two.  Numerical grades will be used in all subject areas for grades three through five except as noted in the following paragraph.

Letter Grade                             Numerical Average

MS – Meeting Standards………………………. 77 – 100

MPS – Making Progress towards Standards …......70 – 76

NMP – Not Making Progress towards Standards....Below 70

A – 93 – 100                 D – 70 – 76

            B – 85 – 92                    F – Below 70

            C – 77 – 84


Honor Roll Grades 4-5 Academic Achievement

  An honor roll list will be prepared at the end of each nine weeks.  To qualify for the honor roll a student must have:

       A Honor roll – 93 or above or S on each subject

       B Honor roll – 85 or above or S on each subject

  A student must have either A or B in conduct to qualify for either Honor Roll.  A and B Honor rolls will be published in the school’s newsletter and sent to the local newspaper.