Our Grading Scale 90-100% = A 80-89% = B 70-79% = C Below 70% = F E = Excellent S = Satisfactory N = Needs Improvement U = Unsatisfactory Grades are calculated on cumulative percentage and are rounded up whenever possible. A numerical grade is given in LA, Math, Science, and Social Studies. An E, S, N, or U is given in PE, Music, and Art. An E, S, N, or U is for given for Conduct and Study Habits both in the room and in Specials.
Students shall be assessed a penalty of 10 points per day for up to three days for work not turned in on time. Extenuating circumstances will be given consideration, and exceptions will require approval of the campus principal or designee. Late work turned in after three days will be assessed a maximum 30 point deduction. If the work is not turned in before the end of the six-weeks grading period, a grade of zero will be assigned. An assignment is considered late if it is not turned in the day after it is assigned. If an assignment is not turned in, I will note it in their planner. Please check the students planner everyday for homework assignments. Every late homework assignment results in a mark on their behavior sheet.
Objectives Grade 4 Selections may be narratives, expository pieces, or mixed pieces, which combine two types of writing. Paired pieces may be used beginning at Grade 4. Objective 1—basic understanding 15 multiple-choice items Objective 2—literary elements 8 multiple-choice items Objective 3—analysis using reading strategies 7 multiple-choice items Objective 4—analysis using critical thinking skills10 multiple-choice items Total number of items 40 multiple-choice items