The following grading criteria has been established for all health education classes.

Students can earn an O (Outstanding), S (Satisfactory) or N (Needs Improvement) based on the following criteria:

  • Preparedness (pencil and health notebook)
  • Participation in classroom discussions
  • Comprehension of course content
  • Effort in class assignments and projects

Percentage grades that display in Home Access Center do not reflect an A, B, C, D, and E grading scale. For example, a student that has an "80%" in health is not necessarily performing at a low-B level, but is most likely working at an acceptable, satisfactory level.

If you are concerned about a grade that your child has received, please contact your student's health teacher and they can further explain the assessment.