REPORTING STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT 4050
1. Letter grades reflect several scores, among them, scores for preparation, class work, quizzes, etc. Major tests and assignments which relate to course credit may be designated for mastery and retaught and retested when students demonstrate they are prepared to succeed. However, not all aspects of the grading system fall into the mastery test and retest program.
2. Teachers will keep students and parents informed regarding test/retest requirements and options.
3. At any time it is determined that a student is failing, parents must be immediately informed.
4. GRADING SYMBOLS:
A = Course objectives achieved in a superior manner
B = Course objectives achieved in a highly satisfactory manner
C = Course objectives achieved in a satisfactory manner
D = Course objectives achieved in a minimum manner
F = Course objectives not achieved; no credit granted
I = Incomplete
5. INDIVIDUAL SCHOOL POLICY:
5.1 Each school may adopt policies and procedures for grading and reporting student achievement which are consistent with the philosophy and goals of Sevier School District.
5.2 Development of such policies should be with the involvement of all to be impacted by them.
5.3 Teachers may create appropriate boundaries, rules, and procedures for grading within the confines of school and district policy.