Note: The yearly average of 91.25 was rounded to 91.
All numerical grades of .5 to .9 shall be rounded up
to the next highest number including the grade of 64.5.
The 9-Week Test
The 9-week test shall be comprehensive for the entire
9-week period and count for 20% of the 9-week grade. There shall be
Since English and Spelling are combined for one grade,
spelling shall count for no more that 25% of that combined grade.
There shall be an Honor Roll for each of the 9-week
period. A minimum of 3.0 GPA is required for the 3.0 Honor
Roll. A minimum of 3.5 GPA is required for the 3.5 Honor
Roll. A minimum of 4.0 GPA is required for the 4.0 Honor
Roll. To be included in the Honor Roll, students must not
earn a 'D' or 'F' on any subject. (Conduct is not a subject.) Only letter grade equivalents "A=4", "B=3", "C=2" shall
be used to compute the honor roll. There shall be no rounding of grades
on the Honor Roll. Example 1: A student with 2.9 GPA would not be placed
on Honor Roll.
Example 2: A student with 3.4 GPA would be placed on Honor Roll.
Example 3: A student with 3.0 GPA would be placed on Honor Roll.All students shall be eligible for the Honor Roll.
Seventh and Eighth
1. If a student fails 2 or more major subjects.
2. If a student fails 3 or more minor subjects (Chorus, Band, Spanish,
3. If a student fails 2 major and 1 minor subject.
Sixth Grade Failures
1. If a student fails either Math or Reading.
2. If a student fails 2 or more major subjects.
3. If a student fails 3 or more minor subjects.
4. If a student fails 2 major and 1 minor subject.
Special 8th Grade
LEAP 21 High Stakes Testing
No 8th grade student shall be promoted to the 9th grade
until he or she scored at or above the "Basic" level on the English
and Mathematics LEAP 21 tests. For those students the SBLC will meet
to determine one of the three options for the student:
in a transitional programat a traditional high school campus where
the student takes non-credit remedial courses in English and/or
Math and may take credit courses in other subjects. Students may
remain in Option 2 for a maximum of two years and will participate
in the Grade 8 LEAP 21 test.
working toward GED or "Certificate of Completion."
| Overaged Students: Students who are 16 years of age on or before September
30th must enroll in an alternative program or setting, Option 2 or Option 3.