Presentation on theme: "1. HB 2220 HB 2220 2. Academic Versus Behavior Academic Versus Behavior 3. Accessing Pinnacle (PIV) Accessing Pinnacle (PIV) 4. Helpful Hints for Using."— Presentation transcript:
1. HB 2220 HB 2220 2. Academic Versus Behavior Academic Versus Behavior 3. Accessing Pinnacle (PIV) Accessing Pinnacle (PIV) 4. Helpful Hints for Using the Parent Portal Helpful Hints for Using the Parent Portal 5. What do the Codes Mean What do the Codes Mean 6. What Next? What Next?
Oregons House Bill 2220 Passed in 2011 Had to be implemented by schools in the Fall of 2013 Separate behaviors and academic knowledge in grading More accurate picture of what students know HB 2220 Frequently Asked Questions
Behavior Effort Participation Late Work Extra Credit (that isnt the standard being assessed) Academic Dishonesty Attendance Group Scores Academic Formative Assessments Exit cards HW quiz Journal Oral Quiz Daily In-Class Work Summative Assessments The Above Plus Project Unit/Chapter Test Reports Homework Still Matters!!!!
Internet Explorer works best Can access from the schools website Need User name and password
Assignment Grades Z = Missing R = Redo T= Turned in but not graded. 0 = Zero – Turned it in but got a zero X = Excused Behavior or Citizenship Scores:Citizenship E = Excellent S = Satisfactory N = Needs Improvement U = Unsatisfactory Assessment grades are A, B, C, D and apply toward Proficiency, Tests, Assessments, or Projects counted as assessments.apply
Full Standards Based System in 2014-15 Educate staff, parents, and students Continue to provide the best possible education for students that we can, with a partnership that involves parents, and an end goal of preparing our youth with the knowledge, skills, and habits to be successful in their adult lives.