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Kindergarten Grading Guidelines 2013-2014. Content Area Grades E+ - performing above grade level and has advanced application of knowledge and skills E - performing above grade level and has mastered application of knowledge and skills

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Kindergarten grading guidelines 2013 2014

Kindergarten Grading Guidelines 2013-2014

Content Area Grades

E+ - performing above grade level and has advanced application of knowledge and skills

E - performing above grade level and has mastered application of knowledge and skills

S+ - performing on grade level and is applying knowledge and skills at expected rate

S - performing on grade level and developing knowledge and skills at an acceptable rate

N - performing slightly below grade level and needs to improve or develop in applying knowledge and skills

U - performing below grade level and shows little or no progress in applying knowledge and skills

Content Areas: Reading, Language/Composition, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. Grades are based on the average of 4 minor grades and 2 major grades per subject.

Students receive grades for Technology Application and Theater Arts from the classroom teacher.

Conduct Grades

Kindergarten teachers base conduct grades on the behavior calendars (sticker charts, behavior charts) which they send home everyday. Kindergartners must master proper school behavior in order to be ready to learn the academic knowledge and skills. These behaviors will help them in their lives beyond school, as well.

E – chooses to act in a responsible and respectful manner most of the time and has several stars on the behavior calendar.

S – acts responsible most of the time, responds to redirection to make better choices, and has mostly stickers on the behavior calendar.

N – needs lots of redirection to make better choices and has less than ½ of the calendar filled with stickers

U – has needed the principal to be involved and still chooses to make poor behavior choices – little or no improvement in behavior

Please sign below and return this portion to your child’s classroom teacher. This will acknowledge that you have received the grading guidelines and have had the opportunity to ask for clarification. Thank you!

Student’s Name __________________________________ Parent Signature_______________________________________________


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