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End of Year Grading and Student Promotion
Published by Jody Phillips on April 30, 2020
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Just So You Are Aware: We are required by SVMS and CCS to take daily attendance. Are our students doing assignments on Google Classroom? Are the attending Google Meet Sessions? Are we in contact with students? It is very important that you are “in” school doing your assigned work at this time.
The State Board of Education approved a grading policy for public schools on Thursday, April 23, 2020. The policy aims to positively impact as many students as possible and recognize the efforts of students and those supporting remote learning while addressing equity and educational excellence. In alignment with the state’s grading policy, the district has issued end-of-year grading and student promotion guidance for students in grades K-11:  https://bit.ly/CCSGrading9-11. The district will hold students harmless for grades beyond March 13, while providing opportunities for students to remain engaged in instruction and improve grades obtained prior to March 13. “We appreciate everyone’s patience as we have worked to unpack the guidance developed by the State Board of Education and the Department of Public Instruction,” said Dr. Stacey Wilson-Norman, the district’s chief academic officer. “We remain dedicated to responding to the well-being and educational needs of our students. We will continue to enhance remote teaching and learning through the remainder of the school year.”