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AR  Semester Goal
Kid of Character

Weighted Grading Scale

Language Arts
Reading Comprehension 50%
Writing / Grammar / Vocabulary 40%
Spelling 10%
Assessments 60%
Quiz / Classwork 30%
Homework / Fluency 10%
Quarters 1 and 2 (40 facts in 3 minutes)
Quarters 3 and 4 (40 facts in 2 minutes)
Science / Social Studies
Assessments 50%
Quiz / Classwork 40%
Homework 10%

Money sent to school
All money must be sent to school in a sealed envelope or zip-lock baggie labeled with your child's name, teacher's name, and purpose for the money. (Example: Jack, Mrs. Smith, lunch money, and lunch #1234)

Transportation Changes
All transportation changes need to be sent in writing to your child's teacher in the morning and you must call the front office to confirm the change (547-3821).

The importance of regular attendance cannot be over emphasized.  All students should be in school every day that they are physically able. It is extremely difficult to successfully keep up with class work if attendance is irregular.

If a student is absent more than fifteen days, it is the responsibility of the parent or guardian to provide a doctor’s note. A student who is absent for ten (10) days or more during any grading period and does not make up the missed work will be given a grade of incomplete. Any incomplete grades will become failing grades if the make-up work is not turned in to the teacher.

Excused Absences
Excused absences include: personal illness, illness of an immediate family member, a death in the family, religious holidays of the student’s established religious faith, required court or law agency appearances, public functions, state competitions, scheduled doctor or dentist appointments.

Unexcused Absences
Unexcused absences include: shopping trips, pleasure trips, suspension from school, appointments without prior approval except in case of emergency, truancy. For a complete list of excused and unexcused absences, students and parents should refer to the Student Code of Conduct.

Make-Up Work
Students should bring a note explaining their absence on the day they return to school. Any student who is absent must make his/her own arrangements with the teacher to make up the missed work.  Students with excused absences will receive two days for every day they were absent to make up their work for full credit.  Students who are suspended or have unexcused absences may make up their work for 50% credit.

Last Modified: Sep 03, 2013