Each level in the district used these guidelines in the development of their report cards. At the elementary level, rather than grading students with A, B, C, or S (satisfactory) and N (needs improvement), reading and math achievement in specific skill areas are reported using a numeric system, with a 3 representing grade level expectations. Reading levels are also reported each marking period to give parents a clear understanding of the level at which their child is reading compared to grade level expectations. In art, music, and physical education, students will receive two numeric grades: one for achievement and one for habits and behaviors.

At the middle and high school levels, students receive an academic grade for each course, as well as a rubric score of 4 (commendable), 3 (effective), 2 (developing), or 1(limited) in the habits and behavior of motivation, cooperation, communication, and responsibility.


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