GrAdInG PrOceDuReS

CHALKBOARD


*Math grades will come from the Go Math and Fact Assessments.

*Reading grades will come from Reading Assessments on your child’s reading level, reading comprehension tests, teacher made tests, and center participation.

*Spelling grades will come from weekly spelling tests and spelling notebook.

*Language grades will come from weekly Grammar tests.

*Science, Health, and Social Studies grades will come from class participation and completion of assigned projects such as, take home reading books, art projects and experiments.

*An AR Library book should be read nightly and returned to school the next day so your child can take an AR test on it.

*Conduct grade is taken weekly from the conduct chart in the take home folder.

*Handwriting grade is taken at random from different work samples.

*Handwriting is graded with S, N, and U's.

*S=Satisfactory N=Needs Improvement U=Unsatisfactory

*Music and Art are integrated into ALL subject areas.

*Each day your child will bring home his or her Take Home Binder. Inside it you will find the Daily Planner where your child will have his or her homework written down for the day. Your child's daily conduct will be recorded in the planner on the current date. Please sign your child's planner in the designated area every night!  Once a week, usually Tuesday or Wednesday, your child's graded  tests will come home in his or her Conduct/Test  pocket folder. It is the parent's responsibility to look over the tests, weekly conduct grade, weekly AR points earned, and then sign in the designated spot on the Conduct sheet. Student's Conduct/Test pocket folders are to be returned the following day, and student's will receive a conduct mark if they are not signed and returned. ALL assessments with a grade of  D or F, MUST be returned to school!  A lot of these papers do not carry a letter grade but are done in class for skill practice and should be gone over as a review for tests.



 
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