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Grades

What do my grades mean?

Below you will find a rubric that details the color coding meaning the MYP grading.  In addition, there are links for the generic versions of the four criterions in math.

Level of Achievement

Descriptor

0

The areas shaded in red are of real concern. Students who do not reach a level beyond red are in danger of

1-2

not passing the class. They will be candidates for summer school or retention.

3

The 3-4 category shares the same descriptions. However, a 3 would indicate an area of concern because the student is close to dropping the1-2 level. A 4 would indicate that they are just barely meeting the standard.

4

5-6

Students at this level are meeting the standard.

7-8

This level indicates a student exceeding the standard. ALL students have an opportunity to achieve this level.

Document(s)SizeUpload Date
File Criterion A Final Rubric.docx23.04 KB07/29/2018
File Criterion B Final Rubric.docx23.35 KB07/29/2018
File Criterion C Final Rubric.docx23.4 KB07/29/2018
File Criterion D Final Rubric.docx23.42 KB07/29/2018