Second Grade Grading Policies

Grades are a measure of student achievement in content standards, course outcomes, and objectives. Students grades should reflect the following: 

  • Demonstration of appropriate skills: assessed on performance-based 
  • Demonstration of knowledge of concepts: assessed through varied cognitive assessments
  • Meets student responsiblity: prepared for class, participation, follows rules for safety, works effectively with others. 

A- Exemplary performance: consistently exceeds curriculum standards and class requirements
B- Skilled performance: frequently meets curriuclum standrads and class requirements
C- Satisfactory performance: generally meets curriculum standards and class requirements , though some curriculum standards remain as yet unmet. 
D- Minimally acceptable performance: meets curriculum standards and class requirements, though many curriculum standards  remain as yet unmet. 
F- Unacceptable perormance: meets few, if any , curriculum standards and class requirements. 

Effort: daily effort grades are assigned to each student using a 4 point rubric score
4 consistenly exceeds class requirements
3 frequently meets class requirements
2  generally meets class requirements
1 minimally meets class requirements