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Grades Criteria


LETTER GRADES, WORK HABITS, AND DEFINITIONS

Letter Grades:


​A 86 -​ 100%​ Excellent or Outstanding P​​erformance in relations to learning outcomes.
​B ​73 - 85% V​ery 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​W ​Student has withdrawn from the course.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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