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Grades and Grade Point Average

Students are issued progress reports every six to seven weeks with the final report card issued at the end of each semester.
Grading Periods for 19-20
Ends                    Progress Report/Report Card Issued - Students take home reports 1 week later.
October 11           Friday, October 18 - First 6-week progress report
November 22        Friday, December 6 - Second 6-week progress report
January 24            Friday, January 31- Final first semester report card
March 6                Friday, March 13 - First 6-week progress report
April 24                 Friday, May 1 - Second 6-week progress report
June 9 - Final second semester report card mailed home by the district two weeks later
Marks Legend - "What do those letters stand for?"
Academic/Scholarship (Points)                  Citizenship (Points)
A = Superior (4)                                        E = Excellent (4)
B = Above Average (3)                             G = Good (3)
C = Satisfactory (2)                                  S = Satisfactory (2)
D = Below Average (1)                             N = Needs Improvement (1)
F = Failure (0)                                           U = Unsatisfactory (0)
NG = No Grade
Grade Point Average - How to Calculate
Grade Point Average or GPA is the average of the points earning during one grading period.  Remember that 6th grade students have two periods of English, so that grade will be calculated twice in the GPA. 

For example, a student earned the following academic grades on the report card:
Advisory - NG - Students do not earn academic grades in advisory.  This class does not count toward the academic GPA but does count toward the citizenship GPA.
Per 1 - B    (3)
Per 2 - C    (2)
Per 3 - A    (4)
Per 4 - F    (0)
Per 5 - B    (3)
Per 6 - C    (2)
Total Points   14 divided by the number of classes - six (6) = 2.33 academic GPA
Report Card Comments - A Teacher/Parent Communication Tool
On every progress report or report card, teachers have the opportunity to add comments for parents.  Informative in nature, codes may or may not require student or parent action.  If you have a question about a grade or a comment, please contact your student's teacher.