GRADING AND REPORTING
1. Report cards will be issued after each of the four nine-week periods.It is important that parents keep updated e-mail addresses and phone numbers on file with the school data manager, Cindy Bunn. Ms. Bunn's e-mail address is email@example.comGrading Scale
All students in grades 3-12 will be graded on a 10-point scale. This means grades of 90-100 will be an A, 80-89 will be a B, and so on. This is different than the 7-point scale we use now.
We want to give you important information about a new grading scale that began in grades 3-12 in 2015-16.
All students in grades 3-12 are graded on a 10-point scale. This means grades of 90-100 will be an A, 80-89 will be a B, and so on. This is different than the 7-point scale we use now.
New Scale Old Scale 2015-2016 and beyond 2014-2015 and earlier A 90-100 A 93-100 B 80-89 B 85-92 C 70-79 C 77-84 D 60-69 D 70-76 F 59 and below F 69 and below
The N.C. Department of Public Instruction mandated the new 10-point scale for grades 9-12 starting in 2015-16. A local committee of teachers, principals and administrators recommended that the 10-point scale be used in grades 3-8 so that grades are consistent throughout the school district.
This scale will only apply to grades earned starting in 2015-16. All grades that students have earned in the past will stay the same.
If you have any questions, please ask your teacher, counselor or principal.