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Results for Survey #82: Grading Regulation - Suggest CHANGES
Submit suggested CHANGES to the proposed revisions to the administrative regulation regarding the school syatem's grading procedures. OPTIONAL: Include your name and contact information Datetime
On page 12, section C, it says that middle school examinations should be 1 class period long. Since the length of periods vaires somewhat by school, that may need to be clarified. Also, some schools routinely re-arrange their end of semester schedules to allow for longer testing blocks. Cherie Coleman clcoleman@aacps.org 2012-04-27 11:35
Credit will be witheheld for any student taking a course that will recieve High School credit if that student has been absent for 8 or more days in a semester unless doctor's notes have been received.   2012-04-27 12:19
Students need a G.P.A. of 2.5 or better to be eligible to participate in extra-curricular activities.   2012-04-27 12:20
The classroom teacher of a student must contact the parent directly if a student has been absent 4 days in a semester from his/her class regardless of the circumstances.   2012-04-27 12:21
f) Grade Point Average calculation for courses where credit is denied: (i) At the discretion of the Principal, credit may be withheld due to excessive absences or for failing to meet course requirements. This should remain in. Susan Farrell, PPW 2012-04-27 12:24
For Grades 1 and 2, a Consistently Demonstrating roughly translates to 85%or better mastery (math, reading, etc.) A Progressing roughly translates to 70% to 84% mastery.   2012-04-27 13:28
  Sue Sergeant, 410 761-0934w, 410 703-2903c 2012-04-27 13:36
1) Please emphasize even more strongly the expectation of timely grade postings on Parent Connect. 2) Please clarify if a student can still qualify for Superintendent's Honor Roll if he/she has opted out of a final exam to take an AP or IB exam. page 21 (6)(f)(i). 3) In the policy, please address the grading of summer assignments (if it is not addressed in another policy) 4) Can high school students still earn extra credit? It looks like it is deleted in the new policy. Lisa Shore 410-544-6239 lisashore@verizon.net 2012-04-27 14:23
Page 15 no. 43 "improvement" written 2x   2012-04-27 20:33
Homework for grades 3,4, and 5 should count towards the students' grades like middle and high school. Maybe 5%. Many students don't do it and then have a huge adjustment when they go to middle school. Sarah Beatson - sbeatson@aacps.org 2012-04-30 07:41
I think excessive unexcused absences should count to a "E". Three is to low but why not make it 15% of the days for the marking period. So 45 days would mean if you have 7 or more unexcused absences.   2012-05-01 09:10
All assignments, including homework, projects, etc. shall have a due date, DEADLINE AND END DATE. Assignments submitted after the due date, but before the deadline, shall be penalized up to 10% (PER CLASS) as described in the syllabus or course outline. Completed work submitted after the deadline shall receive a 50% if the student has made a good faith effort to complete the assignment.**WORK WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER THE END DATE.**(otherwise, what's stopping students from waiting until the end of the semester to submit "POST DEADLINE" assignments) HOMEWORK, IF USED AS GUIDED PRACTICE, SHOULD NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER THE SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT HAS BEEN GIVEN.   2012-05-01 13:07
Middle School Report Cards: This area states that grades will be based on the total earned points divided by the total possible points. In the homework section, it is stated that homework must be 10% of the report card grade. This section should be changed to discuss category weights, or indicate that the grade in each category is determined by percent.   2012-05-01 14:35
Homework in high school is defined as 10% of the grade with no flexibility. Previous guidelines let it be defined as 15% or 20%. Homework is a key component for my AP Physics C course. Students who fail to work on and complete HW will NOT do well on the AP test. Limiting this score to 10% severely limits my flexibility to use hw as a motivation and as a tool for learning. I would like the regulation to state "HW may not exceed 20% of the marking period grade in Advanced Placement classes" George Schwenke AP Physics C Teacher - Broadneck High School 2012-05-02 09:53
Homework must be worth at least 20% of a class semester grade (or many students won't bother to do it and will miss out on the vital skill of developing good study/work habits). In addition, assessment grades that are re-taken should not replace a lower initial grade, but rather averaged with the first grade so that there is a consequence to making poor choices and not studying in the first place. In addition, teachers can offer extra study guides or classes to help students study/prepare for the first time taking the assessment. Sue Luber 410-672-0323 2012-05-02 21:31
The grading scale based on percentages should be changed back to letter grades since it is hurting many of the students' overall grades and their GPA. This grading system would put the students of Anne Arundel County at a disadvantage because other counties are basing their grading scale off of letter grades. This would ultimately allow for a higher chance and a greater window for the students of other counties to get a higher accumulative GPA and they would get a better chance at entering colleges than the students in this county.   2012-05-03 10:42
As a Middle School teacher, I would like a definition for "good faith effort" - 50% completion, 75 % completion? (page 4) I would also like the difference defined between a "due date" and a "deadline" (page 4)   2012-05-03 14:21
MIDDLE SCHOOL section: 2)---should be "which can include" homework, not "in addition to"; if homework can be graded, why shouldn't it count toward the required 9 grades? M.S. 7),a) [also on page 6, 3), b)]--- Teachers can make due date SAME as deadline, especially for homework (we don't want to do a 10% calculation on a minor homework assignment) M.S. 9)--- IF teacher decides to grade that work (from cooperative learning) page 6, 3)--- (homework) "up to 15%" is better, since the county asserts that homework is important page 8, e), 2), a)--- not "10% of total points" because how can a teacher know the total points possible in a MP before the end? Should be "10% weighting" page 9, 4), c)---it's not feasible for a teacher to catch every instance throughout a MP! There are interim reports and parent access to electronic gradebook to serve the purpose of parent notification of grade drops.   2012-05-03 14:35
  Chris Knapp 410-741-9655 2012-05-04 09:38
The minimum grading system should not be allowed. Instead those children who would have received this score should have a counseling session with the teacher and/or the guidance counselor and their parents to determine if : the child should be placed temporarily in a remedial course to strengthen their skills, the parents will obtain a tutor to help the child with their skill level, or if the problem is actually due to the child's home environment. A low grade does not help the child improve. The school system is trying to work around the lack of teacher time available for this type of child assistance. It is a union contract issue, and the answer is to find retired trained teachers to volunteer to fill this need. THE WRITER of this web site gets a score of 50 for all of the typos.   2012-05-04 11:15
In academically challenging courses Homework should continue to be worth 15-20%. To make homework worth so little encourages students not complete it and it is an important part of review and practice.   2012-05-04 13:14
Suggestion: gh. The assessment criteria and rubrics for International Baccalaureate Programmes (Primary Years Programme, Middle Years Programme, and Diploma Programme), if applicable. As an MYP teacher, I have found that as we reflect each year on past units and make changes, we many times need to change rubrics either to add more rigor, use more clarifying terms on the rubric, match them more meaningfully to standards that we added or subtracted to that assessment, or to comply with a change from IB. Therefore, I do not think that this should be required on teacher syllabi because then it makes changes more difficult. Instead, I'd recommend putting only the criterion that is applicable to that course and providing rubrics not in August at the start of the year but prior to the start of each unit to allow for teachers to adapt as needed. Jenna Lerro, jlerro@aacps.org 2012-05-06 13:24
(4) In the middle school gGrades 6-8, - students should spend approximately 60 minutes per night on homework, four to five times per week. It is unclear if this is total time for a middle school student for all courses or per course. If it is per course, I think this would be difficult for a teacher/student to comply with. I would estimate that 1 1/2 hours is more realistic and fair.   2012-05-06 13:34
5. For formative as well as reassessment purposes, teachers and schools shall maintain records of student progress. It is expected that teachers shall generally enter graded student work into their electronic grade book and return that work to students within a week of being submitted to the teacher. I completely agree with this one week time frame except when it comes to longer MYP assessments. I am not one to complain about grading on the weekends and in the evenings, but even when I do this, sometimes it takes longer than one week to grade essays, short stories, or other projects. Could language be added about longer projects? I think it would be more fair.   2012-05-06 13:38
Unless I overlooked it, I did not notice any policy written pertaining to ELL students and grading procedures. I strongly suggest that language could be added for all grades, particularly middle school. Unfortunately, at times students who have lower proficiency levels are not graded using U and S which they should be. If it was included in the policy, I think more teachers would adhere to it. What I have seen successful is grading proficiency levels 1-3 using Satisfactory and Unsatisfactory and 4s and 5s receive letter grades. However, if an ELL students has a proficiency level 1-3 and has earned an A or B in a course, the teacher can choose to use the letter grade instead of an S.   2012-05-06 13:45
In order to receive the 50% minimum, the student must complete a re-do/ other assignment as determined by the teacher. This, in part, counts as a good faith effort on the student's behalf. Otherwise, the student receives the grade they earned.   2012-05-07 02:00
Teachers should be allowed to not reassess any project not just final research projects. Also since teachers are planning as the semester goes on they should not be limited to the assignments listed in the syllabus. "Work that shall not be reassessed includes those identified on the course syllabus, final semester or marking period exams, and final research reports, and or projects that culminate a unit of study."   2012-05-07 06:39
The recommended homework hours for the different grade levels seems burdensome. Asking pre-kindergarten/K to do 1 hour of homework per week outside of school is excessive and unnecessary. This exaggerated time frame continues up through the grades. A high schooler would be spending 7.5 hours per week on homework. I would assume extracurricular activities are being phased out because all the students would not be able to participate with their time demands. In the case of homework, more is not better, it just drives students away from the material.   2012-05-07 17:28
Procedures: B, 2,(c),3 It should be stated that the students only have one opportunity to upgrade assignments. A teacher should not have to give an upgrade to 50% of their students the first 2 weeks, then 20% of their students the next two weeks, then 5% of their students the next two weeks, then 2% of their students the next two weeks. By the eighth week of the marking period with three different subjects to teach this could be 3 new quizzes, 9 assignments being upgraded, 9 different interventions being given (assuming you don't give different interventions per student) and 3 current homework assignments out. If it sounds like it is too much that is because it is! Please fix this! By stating that the student has only one chance to redo an assignment you are giving the student a chance to relearn the material and offering teachers a chance to make it to the end of the marking period.   2012-05-07 17:43
Increase the amount that homework is worth to at least 15%. Homework needs to be engaging and based on strategies that are supported by the available evidence. However, just because homework assignments have been repetitive (and even boring) in the past, that doesn't mean the best thing for the student is to diminish the value of homework. Isn't that an example of 'throwing out the baby with the bath water'? I argue that it is just as important to teach and positively reward good study habits as it is to teach the material. The knowledge I learned in elementary, middle and high school did not get me where I wanted to be in life (and I suspect - neither you Dr.Maxwell). However, the skills I learned in public school including the development of good study habits and self-discipline and the confidence in my ability to learn did get me where I wanted to be in life by enabling me to get into and through college. Additionally, these same study and work habits enable me to continue the quest for knowledge and to stay current in my field. In reality, it comes down to the question: Do you want to give the students a fish or teach them how to fish on their own? Homework and developing good study habits is much more than just earning a good grade. However, if you decrease the value of a homework assignment(e.g: less than 1% of the total grade), why would any student do the homework? Please, honestly think about it. When you were a child, would you do a homework asignment that you knew was less than half a percent of your final grade in that class? I wouldn't and neither would my 3 sons. My bright son in middle school already says just that. Since, the assignment "isn't worth anything [grade-wise]", he isn't going to do it. I fear for the direction our education system is heading because how we teach affects what life lessons we teach. I want my kids to grow up into self disciplined, self-reliant, creative, productive members of society so that they can better enjoy life and contribute to those around them. Being able to complete homework , even when a child doesn't feel like it, is a useful skill to master. Thank-you for the avenue to state my concerns. I hope to discuss this issue further. luber.sue@gmail.com; H 410-672-0323 2012-05-08 08:49
A traditional grading policy should be in place. Absolutely no redos due to students being irresponsible even with do overs. A minimum of 50 should be entered only if students made a good attempt on assignments. A cut off should be given to makeup work and all parties envolved should be required to stick to it. Some schools are over the top with requesting work for an entire semester or marking period for students who have not attended class or attempted.   2012-05-08 09:23
B.1.d/e This needs to be a little more clear. Are teachers to say on day one that, for example, the lesson quiz on Africa cannot be redone? What if all sthe students do poorly on it - then the teacher needs to allow students the opportunity for reteach/retake. It needs to be open enough to allow teachers to make a judgment call about what is allowable for retake based on student performance. B.1.f - take the word "grades" out B.1.g - I am the MYP coordinator at my school, so I appreciate this. However, for grades 6, 7, 8 and 9, the rubrics are task specific and change for each assessment. It should just say assessment criteria, but not rubrics. under middle school and high school - number 2 regarding the number of assignments - they should be worded the same; the requirement is the same, so why are they different? under middle school and high school - number 72 regarding cooperative learning - they should be worded the same; the requirement is the same, so why are they different? regarding the time alloted for homework; other magnet programs (IB Diploma, STEM) are specifically mentioned as possibly requiring extra time and commitment; IB Middle Years Programme should be specified here, as well regarding the change for homework counting for only 10% - I'm concerned about the wording that states that "in all middle school courses homework shall be assigned..." - what about music courses? What about PE? Perhaps this should be specified that homework shall be assigned in Math, Science, Language Arts, Social Studies and World Language, but MAY BE ASSIGNED in the other courses and should count for 10% regarding middle school, determining the final grade should NOT be the number of points earned divided by number of total points; this does not seem to allow for weighted categories of grades, such as homework = 10%, county tests = 40%, etc when it talks about middle school courses that receive high school credit, why does it say that the students shall take an exam comparable to the high school exam? They take the exact same assessment - the wording in the policy makes it sound like it's similar to, but not the same, exam I haven't seen it yet, but maybe it's in here later - if students pass the class itself of level 1 of world language in middle school, but fail the exam, then they receive no credit. However, if they have mastered the standards (I know - they failed the exam, but it DOES happen!), then do they go to level 2? Even the coordinator for world langauges can't answer this question. I taught world language for 15 years and we were never able to find this out. it's in there twice - any student receiving an "E" shall receive no credit toward graduation/promotion regarding GPA and weighting - why do students get a .5 bump for taking algebra and geometry in middle school since they are high school credit courses, but not level 1 and 2 of a world language? I am at an MYP school where 95% of our student population is taking level 1 in grades 6 and 7 and level 2 in grade 8. They are not being offered the same opportunity for being advanced in a world language as they are for being advanced in mathematics. Susan Shelby, IB Middle Years Programme Coordinator, Old Mill Middle School North sshelby@aacps.org 2012-05-08 09:33
Please amend the redo (aka proficiency) portion of your new policy to include clear language about the extent of the amount of redos. It is unclear, based upon what is in the proposed changes whether or not a student can have a redo of a redo ad nauseum. I feel that a redo is fair to the student but a redo of a redo becomes increasingly unfair to teacher workload and consequently effects the fairness level with regard to students who will now be receiving a lower quality education as teacher planning time gets eaten up by planning for redos. Speaking of this, no addition to teacher planning times is mentioned in this proposal yet a massive extension of teacher workload is being proposed. This is shortsighted. I am a talented (rated outstanding) AP Social Studies Teacher and I will certainly be leaving Anne Arundel County if this proposal is put through in its present form. Things to amend... --Set a limit of 1 redo --No 50% minimum --Include a shorter window on redos... two weeks is a disaster in terms of planning. Brad Wray bwray@aacps.org 2012-05-08 17:15
Teachers shall help prepare students for the work place college and career readiness by providing opportunities for cooperation cooperative learning., especially since current research underscores the value cooperative learning. However, teachers shall provide an individual grade for each student's work when the student is performing in a cooperative setting.each student will receive an individual grade for work performed in groups. Add that each student will receive an individual grade for work performed in groups based off the work the group was able to complete.   2012-05-08 18:32
Teachers shall maintain an electronic the appropriate grade book program provided by the Board of Education and to upload student grades to the web portal so that the school administration, as well as parents, may access accurate student data. Please add "this will be done when the board supplies teacher with the extra time to do this at least 2 hours per week to grade and enter in grades   2012-05-08 18:50
High school classes like Math,Chemistry and Foreign Language require practice at home to master the skills taught in class. Therefore, homework should count at least 15% but no more than 20%. Karen Packal kpackal@aacps.org 2012-05-09 06:45
As a parent and teacher I think that parents need to take some reponsibility in monitoring their child's grades. Therefore, if as teachers we are required to keep grades current in the electronic gradebook we should not be responsible for contacting parents if their child is failing. It should be the parent's responsiblity to monitor the grades. This grading policy adds to the teacher's plate by requiring us to allow retakes but at no point increases the parents role in their child's education. That is a mistake! In order for us to continue to increase acheivement we MUST make parents a responsible partner.... "Teachers shall maintain an electronic the appropriate grade book program provided by the Board of Education and to upload student grades to the web portal so that the school administration, as well as parents, may access accurate student data. c." THIS SECTION SHOULD BE REMOVED! To allow for potential corrective action, teachers shall communicate with the parents of students who are in danger of failing or who are in danger of dropping the equivalent of 2 or more letter grades (20 percentage points or more) at any point during S.Fran Freeberg 2012-05-09 07:30
Please re-install the comments regarding the difference in letter grades. This is especially important for us teacher's of competetive courses such as advanced placement. It establishes that not every child will get an A like they did in Middle School. Parents and students alike need to recognize that a B is highly comendable in an AP course despite their middle school history of grades. A serious issue here for some AP teachers in dealing with parents/students. This would show BOE support for its teachers.   2012-05-09 09:58
The BOE has a responsibility to change the nature of whatever "due dates" vs. "deadlines" indicate. I may be naive to the use of these terms, but I always thought they were synonymous.?? This is not only confusing, but again creates a much GREATER workload for the classroom teacher. Between planning, duties, re-takes, administrative paperwork, emails, phone calls, late work, absent work, etc,..along with the lack of any significant COLA/STEP increases in several years, you are creating a greater and greater volatile climate/ relationship between the hardworking teachers in the county and the BOE whether you are concerned or not. Not only does a policy such as this underestimate the views of county teachers, it more importantly sends the message to students that lack of accountability is a regular part of acceptable Board policy. As a father of two young boys, this is certainly not what I teach my kin. I teach accountability and pride with becoming a responsible individual. "It's ok, turn it in, when you can." Really? Is that the message you are willing to jusify to our future citizens? Again, the formidable hand of politics has sought to manipulate what is truly the right thing to do in our educational system. The policy should change to "deadline" alone. This will allow students to turn work in early if they desire, along with establishing that fact that no work will be acceptable after the deadline. This is what university's practice. Applications are thrown out (literally) after the "application deadline." Consider this policy which alligns with the real world ...   2012-05-09 10:58
Re: Val and Sal The competition to be #1 does meet the county's desire to have more students in AP classes, but does not necessarily benefit the student. Have you ever considered honoring graduates as colleges do, and the honor of Val going to the one who wins the spot competitively in an interview? Taking all AP classes to earn the #1 spot does not necessarily produce a well rounded individual, and as those classes that help with being well rounded are typically not AP, then they are not chosen - all in the name of being #1.   2012-05-09 15:18
If there is no final deadline for an assignment to be collected than teachers are going to require extra work days at the end of each quarter to grade all of the assignments that are turned in for 50% at the end of each quarter. Is that included in the budget/calendar? Jen Davidson- jdavidson@aacps.org 2012-05-10 06:46
  Blake Wilburn 443-694-5991 2012-05-10 11:29
  aprilrishert@aacps.org 2012-05-10 13:09
  Irene Remines (iremines@aacps.org) 2012-05-10 14:47
Page 1 B. Procedures 1. Add frequency and types of homework assignments Page 5 - 3 Students must complete and submit the new assessment, activity or assignment within ONE week of receiving the original graded work. Page 6 - 3, and page 8 (3a): Homework should count as 15-20%   2012-05-10 14:52
I do not agree with the proposed idea that a redone assignment with a higher grade REPLACES the original grade. I believe it is only fair to average the two grades, as the content was not learned at the time the student knew it was to be tested. The student should be given the opportinity to improve their poor grade, but not replace it--work needs to be done in a timely manner-when it is due-that is what is expected in the workforce.Eventually mastering the skill should be given some reward, but not the same as those who were prepared when the original assessment was given! Also--a minimum grade of 50%? Is this really how we are going to "close the gap"? You do not get 50% "credit" for just showing up. What is a "good faith effort"? This is a readjustment of the grading curve. Scoring will no longer really be from 0-100, but rather 50-100. Are we really doing anyone a favor by pretending this is better for the kids? V.anderson5@comcast.net 2012-05-10 16:31
I believe AA county high school students are being penalized by the change to grading policy which utilizes the 40/40/20 percentages to calculate the semester grade. I would like to see AA county revert to the prior policy (pre 2011/12) for determining semester grades. This policy hinders students who do well all year and have an off day on their final exam. It also increases the level of stress for exams; which I know first hand in my household. I believe a student who receives an A in both quarters and a B on the final deserves an A in the course - which is not always the case with the new policy. It also greatly penalizes great students who work hard but are not great test takers - or have test anxiety. I believe the effect of this policy is that grades will be lower overall. It would be interesting to complare the overall GPA this year vs. the overall last year to validate this point. This puts AA county students at a disadvantage for scholarships and college entry compared with other students. Finally, it penalizes the upper end students who need to excel all year and then again on every test at the end - taking away the opportunity to concentrate on a few key exams by forcing them to study hard for them all. In summary, I believe this is policy hurts our students grades, increases students (and family) stress, and puts our students at a disadvantage for college entry and scholarships; and I would like to see it changed back to the policy in place prior to 2011/12. Thank you. Dave Ritterpusch 410-599-6457 2012-05-10 17:29
As a 1st grade teacher and a parent, I think the Primary Grades need to add a "Math Level" (1 Below, 2 On Grade Level with Help, 3 On Grade Level, 4 Above Grade Level) to the report card. Thanks for the consideration! :-) Kristen Duffy- Bodkin Elementary 2012-05-10 21:13
Page 6 section 2.c.(5)a. makes no exception for a student who is injured, sick, or other extenuating circumstances. This section and the equivalent ones for the other grades must include verbiage and the flexibility to accomodate student's who have documented reasons for being unable to complete the homework on time. Lawrence Cooper. LawrenceCooper@verizon.net 2012-05-10 22:04
Item 5 on page 4 and item 3 on page 5 state "Students shall have an additional opportunity to improve their knowledge of course content, skills, and standards. To qualify . . ." What does this beginning sentence really mean? Doesn't it really mean that students will have an additional opportunity to retake a test for a better score? The way it is written infers that the only way a student will have an opportunity to increase their knowledge about something is if they have already taken a test. Please read what you have written. Say what you really mean. Differentiate between learning and test scores. There is a difference. Reinstate the section allowing extra credit at the discretion of the teacher. Extra credit can be a by product of differentiated instruction and a valuable tool for encouraging learning via that type of instruction. Think about it. Michael N. Cumberpatch mcumberpatch@verizon.net 2012-05-11 00:23
  kseely@aacps.org 2012-05-11 08:04
I think the 50% minimum grade should only be applied to quarter and final exam grades. It should not be applied to individual assignments. It encourages students to turn in incomplete or poorly done work, knowing they will get half credit anyway. We should encourage them to do their best throughout the grading period and if they still come up short, that is when you should invoke the rounding factors so they still have a chance to be successful in later quarters.   2012-05-11 08:29
In section 2, I do not understand the point of both a due date and a "deadline" if work will still be accepted afterward. Why should teachers go back and grade work that is turned in so late that it is after the deadline? Shouldn't that grade remain a zero? Some students will wait until the last week of the marking period and then try to turn in all missed work, which is not really helping them learn anything (and it places an unfair burden on the teacher). Please change this section of the policy to "Credit will not be given for work submitted after the deadline."   2012-05-11 12:44
IB Students should not be allowed to use the reassessment policy. The IB Programme External Assessment is an international test for which there will be NO RETAKE. A student should be allowed to have 1 retake per marking period, every can have a bad day but not twenty.   2012-05-11 23:12
Change A. Purpose change word: maintain rigorous performance to support student acheivement and promotion.   2012-05-14 15:55
If I am required to reteach and regrade tests then this should count as more than one of my nine grades for the marking period. It literally takes hours and hours to grade tests. Time not given during work hours.   2012-05-14 18:24
Homework grades should count as part of the nine required grades, especially with us reteaching and regrading the original nine grades.   2012-05-14 18:25
B5 Middle School Students shall have an additional opportunity to improve their knowledge of demonstrate course content, skills, and standards, when they have not met course content or standards with mastery. For example: below 70% Ashworth - Arundel Middle 2012-05-15 04:54
The grading system for Anne Arundel County High Schools attempts to have a college feel to it, however misses the mark by not really using the semester program that it attempts to implement. It seemingly runs on a semester basis, however students receive honor roll status for quarter 1 and 2 which leaves out 20% of the grade. Why not just have an honor roll for the semester, which is the only grade that colleges actually see, OR go back to having quarters and roll the exam (10%) into each quarter grade. As it stands the county appears to be mixing the quarter and semester system. Nicki Ziska ndzpt@yahoo.com 2012-05-21 06:42
We should get more than 6 tickits its not fair that some of our family cant come   2014-03-25 12:35
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