The following grading criteria has been established for all health education classes for the 2013-2014 school year.
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.