• Attendance

     

    In grades K-12, attendance is required of all students unless excused by a parent or guardian, as outlined in SVSD board policy 3122. Teachers determine attendance based on whether a student is logged in to the scheduled Zoom meeting. Attendance is not taken during asynchronous (independent) learning times. Parents/guardians will need to notify their school office attendance line to excuse absences.

     


    Grading

    Elementary Grading

    Elementary grading will continue to focus on both learning behaviors and progress toward end-of-year standards for the core content areas.

    Academic Descriptors

    Trimester 1

    Trimester 2

    Trimester 3

    OT- On Track

    Students is on track to meet expectations for grade level standard by the end of the year

    OT- On Track

    Students is on track to meet expectations for grade level standard by the end of the year

    4- Exceeding Standard

    Student exceeds expectations for grade level standard

     

     

    3- Meeting Standard

    Student meets expectations for grade level standard

     

     

    2 - Working Towards Standard

    Student meets some expectations for grade level standard

     

     

    1- Below Standard

    Student is not meeting expectations for grade level standard

    PT- Progressing Towards

    Student requires extra time, instruction, assistance and/or practice to meet expectations for grade level standard by the end of the year

    PT- Progressing Towards

    Student requires extra time, instruction, assistance and/or practice to meet expectations for grade level standard by the end of the year

    AR - Academic Risk

    Student is at academic risk of finishing the year below grade level standard. Requires an extended amount of time, instruction, assistance

     

    AR - Academic Risk

    Student is at academic risk of finishing the year below grade level standard. Requires an extended amount of time, instruction, assistance

     

    X = No Basis for Evaluation at this time

    I  = Individualized Education Plan

    AS = Alternative

     

    Middle School Grading

    Students are assigned numerical grades based on our standard A - F grading scale. Grades reflect the student’s mastery of course standards at the end of each grading period, determined by evidence collected through assignments and assessments.

    Mount Si High School Grading

    Students are assigned numerical grades based on our standard A - F grading scale. Grades reflect the student’s mastery of course standards at the end of each grading period, determined by evidence collected through assignments and assessments.

     

    Two Rivers High School Grading

    We are using the same Two Rivers grading model that applies when students are physically present. Students receive feedback on their progress toward or mastery of state standards as measured through Big Picture competencies.  All students at Two Rivers High School are assessed using a standards-based grading model and either receive a “Pass” or “No Credit” at each grading period. Students are required to earn credit in their four classes, but graduate when they have met all competencies.