Grading/Report Cards/ Assessments

Sound Grading Practices: 

The district has created Sound Grading Practices and has a new report card for the 2017-2018 school year. Sound Grading Practices are not fully standard based. They include, but are not limited to, the following: 

  • Ensuring that students'  grades accuratley reflect student achievement
  • Equal Increment Grading Scale(no score under 50%)
  • Accepting late work 
  • Reassess tests and assingments (5th grade reassessment form here

Read the full district policy here

Report Card Redesign: 

The following grading scales are being used for 3rd-6th Grade:

  • Core Content Areas (ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Health) *Overall content grade

    • A 90-100

    • B 80-89

    • C 70-79

    • D 60-69

    • U 50-59

Traits of a Successful Learner

  • M – Standard Met:  I Got This!  I have a complete understanding, able to work independently and can teach it to others.

  • N: Near standard  (almost meets the standard): I have understanding and can work independently much of the time.

  • P: Partially meets standard: I have some understanding of the target, can work independently some of the time.  I just need  more practice.

  • S: Support Needed: I am not yet able to work independently, but I can work with support or intervention.

  • X: Not Evaluated


What do the new report cards look like?

To view an example of the report card go to your student’s grade level link at

View all of the district information about the report card redesign here.