Beginning during the 2017-18 school year, the letter system of marking will change to the following:
- A 90 – 100
- B 80 – 89
- C 70 – 79
- D 60 – 69
- F 0 – 59
All core classes for students in sixth and seventh grades are year-long courses. This means students will earn a grade that is calculated cumulatively throughout the entire year. Student grades are updated regularly and can be checked by parents at any time. Related arts (Music, Art, FCS, Tech Ed) are quarterly courses, and students receive a grade for those courses each quarter. Exploratory classes (Computers, Health, Wellness) are trimester courses, and students are issued grades for those courses at the end of each trimester.
MONITORING STUDENT PROGRESS
Parents may check student academic progress at any time on HAC ( Home Access Center). Paper progress reports and report cards are no longer issued to the students on paper. If you do not have internet access so that you can use HAC (Home Access Center ), please contact the Guidance Office. If you need to sign up for HAC, Please come to the guidance office with a current picture ID and complete the paperwork.
An incomplete is issued when a student has been absent too many days to establish a grade for that subject. A student receiving an incomplete has 10 school days to make up the work unless an unusual circumstance exists. In this case, a make-up schedule is drawn up between the student and teacher(s).
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