• Remote Learning Grading Policy

    for Final Grades

    Grading policy  

     

     

     

     

    School-Wide Grading Policy

    All teachers will follow the grading policy below.

     

    Tests/Projects                                       30%

    Quizzes/Formative Assessments          30%

    Classwork/Participation                       25%

    Homework                                             15%

     

    * As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, STEM and MSQI classes will not be continued during remote learning. This will allow our teachers and students to focus on the major core subjects. For the 4th marking period, students grades will reflect the average of the first three marking periods. *

     

    Test/Projects Policy (30%)

    A test is defined as a summative assessment. Tests may include, but is not limited to:

    • Mid-Module and End of Module Assessments
    • Final Writing Pathway Assessments
    • Unit Assessments
    • Writing Assessments

    A project is defined by a long term assignment (over a prescribed period of time) completed either inside or outside of the classroom that requires students to use multiple concepts in a specific scenario. Projects may include but are not limited to:

    • Lab reports
    • DBQ’s
    • Research Papers
    • Web Quests

     

    All tests and projects will be graded on specific rubrics using either a scale of 0 – 100 or 1 – 4. Rubrics will be provided by each department at the time of the assignment.

     

    Quizzes/Formative Assessment (30%)

    Some examples of quizzes and formative assessments include but are not limited to:

    • Quick Write
    • Entrance or Exit Slip
    • Procedural quiz
    • Graphic Organizer

    Classwork/Participation (25%)

    Classwork and participation are defined by the rubric below:

     

    What’s my SCORE?

    4

    3

    2

    1

    Shares

    I consistently contributed useful ideas in large and small groups.

    I contributed some useful ideas in large and small groups.

    I contributed useful ideas in large and small groups.

    I did not contribute any useful ideas today.

    Class Involvement

    I completed today’s class assignments. The quality of my work consistently reflects my best efforts.

    I completed most of today’s assignment. The quality of my work reflects my best efforts. 

    I completed half of today’s assignment. The quality of my work does not reflect my best effort.

    I completed little to none of today’s assignment. The quality of my work does not reflect my best effort.

    Organized

    I am consistently prepared for class (materials and uniform) and ready to work. I consistently follow directions.

    I am often prepared for class and ready to work. I follow directions often.

    I am sometimes prepared for class and ready to work. I do not always follow directions.

    I am not prepared for class and ready to work. I rarely follow directions.

    Respect

    I consistently listen to, encourage and support the efforts of others. I follow all classroom and school policies.

    I often/mostly listen to, encourage and support the efforts of others. I mostly follow all classroom and school policies.

    I sometimes listen to, encourage and support the efforts of others. I sometimes follow classroom and school policies.

    I rarely listen to, encourage and support the efforts of others. I rarely follow classroom and school policies.

    Engagement

    I consistently stay on task and I take a “minds-on” approach to large and small activities and discussions.

    I often stay on task and I take a “hands-on” approach to large and small activities and discussions.

    I sometimes stay on task by focusing on large and small activities and discussions. I need some refocusing.

    I rarely stay on task by focusing on large and small activities and discussions. I need significant refocusing.

     

    Homework Policy (15%)

    Homework is defined by student practice that extends the day’s learning into the home environment.

    All subjects are required to assign homework on a daily basis (Monday-Thursday).

    When teachers assign a homework packet as homework (not due the next day) the assignment must be broken down into its parts and assigned each day.

    Homework is graded using the rubric below:

     

    4

    3

    2

    1

    Neatness

    Homework is in an orderly packet and is incredibly neat, with no smudges or tears

    Homework is in an orderly packet and is neat, with a few smudges or tears

    Homework is in a packet with several smudges or tears

    Homework is disorderly, with many smudges or tears

    Completion

    All of the assigned work is complete

    Most of the assigned work is complete

    Half of the assigned work is complete

    Less than half of the assigned work is complete

    Timeliness

    Homework was received on the due date

    Homework was 1 day late

    Homework was 2 days late

    Homework was 3 or mare days late

    Accuracy

    All of the work is correct

    Most of the answers are correct

    Some of the answers are correct

    Little to none of the answers are correct

    Work Shown

    All work is meticulously shown

    Most work is meticulously shown

    Some of the required work is missing

    Student did not show any work

     

     

     

    This policy affords all of our students the opportunity to be successful!