To Assure Academic and Personal Success For Each Child

Parent Handbook

Grading Policy

The primary purpose of reporting to parents is to show how well (1) abilities are used and (2) achievements are made. A progress report is designed to give parents a picture of their child’s continuous academic progress and continuous personal and social development.

A progress report designed to provide information on specific and appropriate items for evaluating at the kindergarten, first and second grade levels has been developed.

Personal and social development items are noted as follows:

N = Needs Improvement

Blank = Satisfactory

Kindergarten and  First grade academic progress is as follows:

M = Meets Expectations

P = Progressing towards Grade Level Expectations

N = Needs Improvement

. = Not addressed during grading period

Second grade and subsequent grade levels: 

A progress report designed to provide information on specific and appropriate items for evaluating at the third grade and subsequent grade levels has been developed.

Personal and social development items are noted as follows:

N = Needs Improvement

Blank = Satisfactory

At the third grade and subsequent grade levels academic progress is as follows:

A 93-100
B 85-92
C 75-84
D 65-74
F Below 65

Four reports are made during the year. In addition, a mid-term report is made to parents. The pupil’s yearly progress is recorded on the individual cumulative record and becomes a part of his/her permanent record.

Parent conferences are essential components of the total reporting plan.

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