Grades

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 21-22 - Grades will be viewable in PowerSchool a week after each grading period.  Parents may log into PowerSchool to view them with a parent account.  If you need a parent account, please contact Danielle Kirkendall at dkirkendall@sandi.net.

Semester 1, Progress Report 1 (P1) Ends: October 8, 2021 - Grades viewable on October 15, 2021

Semester 1, Progress Report 2 (P2) Ends: November 19, 2021 - Grades viewable on December 3, 2021

Semester 1 (S1) Ends: January 21, 2022 - Final grade recorded on student transcript. - Grades viewable on January 28, 2022

Semester 2, Progress Report 3 (P3) Ends: March 4, 2022 - Grades viewable on March 11, 2022

Semester 2, Progress Report 4 (P4) Ends: April 22, 2022 - Grades viewable on April 29, 2022

Semester 2 (S2) Ends: June 14, 2022 - Final grade recorded on student transcript. - Grades viewable two weeks after school ends.

 

 Standards-Based Grading - Marks Legend - "What do those letters stand for?"

Academic/Scholarship

 A = Level 4 Proficiency - Exceeding content-area standards

B = Level 3 Proficiency - Meeting content-area standards

C = Level 2 Proficiency - Approaching content-area standards

D = Level 1 Proficiency - Beginning progress towards content-area standards

F = Little to no progress towards meeting content-area standards

Target Proficiency = Level 3 (B) - All students must know and be able to do by the end of the year or course. 

Please Note: The traditional grade scale using percentages does not align with Standards-Based Grading.  Please look at the letter grade a student is receiving in class to know how the student is progressing on standards.  The percentage attached to a letter grade may not align to the traditional scales in PowerSchool.


Citizenship Marks
E = Exceeds: Consistently exceeds expectations in work completion, preparation, and participation, and actively contributes to the learning experiences of their peers.

M = Meets: Consistently meets expectations: completes work on time, prepared to learn, participates regularly, shows respect for others, and contributes to the building of a positive community.

I = Inconsistent: Inconsistently meets expectations: occasionally completes work on time, not always prepared to learn, participates irregularly, and rarely works well with others.

U = Unsatisfactory: Does not meet expectations: work is habitually late, not prepared to learn, does not participate, and does not work well with others.

Questions? - If you have a particular question regarding one of your student’s classes, please reach out to your student’s teacherCounselors are also here to assist families.  

 

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