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Grades Criteria

LETTER GRADES, WORK HABITS, AND DEFINITIONS

Letter Grades:

A 86 - 100% Excellent or Outstanding Performance in relations to learning outcomes.
B 73 - 85% Very Good Performance in relation to learning outcomes.
C+ 67 - 72% Good Performance in relation to learning outcomes.
C 60 - 66% Satisfactory Performance in relation to learning outcomes.
C- 50 - 59% Minimally Acceptable Performance in relation to learning outcomes.
I No demonstration of minimally acceptable performance in relation to the learning outcomes in this reporting period.
F No demonstration of minimally acceptable performance in relation to the learning outcomes for the course.
W Student has withdrawn from the course.
SG Standing Granted. Acceptable level of performance though normal requirements not completed.
TS Transfer Granted. Standing is granted based on records from an institution other than a school.
RM Requirement Met (for use with Graduation Transitions only.


Work Habits: 

Excellent (E)

  • Responsibility: Demonstrates an industrious work ethic, ready to work and learn.
  • Cooperation: A class leader exemplified by a high degree of positive and meaningful participation initiated by the student.
  • Independence: A keen and enthusiastic learner actively seeking out personal growth and learning opportunities.

Good (G)

  • Responsibility: All assignments turned in, ready to work and learn.
  • Cooperation: Works well with other students and teachers, participates in class in a meaningful way.
  • Independence: A self-directed learner, takes appropriate initiative and responsibility for learning.

Satisfactory (S)

  • Responsibility: Most assignments turned in, usually ready to work and learn.
  • Cooperation: Usually works well with other students and teacher(s).
  • Independence: Often requires direction.

Needs Improvement (N)

  • Responsibility: most assignments missing, frequently not ready to work and learn.
  • Cooperation: Does not work well with other students or teacher(s).
  • Independence: Needs one-on-one attention most of the time
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