In accordance with EIA (local and legal) grading guidelines, a student who meets the criteria detailed below shall be permitted a reasonable opportunity to redo an assignment or retake a test for which the student received a failing grade.
The following criteria should guide retest/redo practices.
A student will be allowed one opportunity each grading period in each course to retake a test (Summative Assessment) for which he/she earned a failing grade (a grade below 70).
A student will be allowed one opportunity each grading period in each course to redo a Relevant Application for which he/she earned a failing grade (a grade below 70).
Checking for Understanding
A student will be allowed one opportunity to redo one daily grade or class assignment (Checking for Understanding) each grading period in each course for which he/she earned a failing grade (a grade below 70).
It is always our expectation that students will complete and turn in all assignments within the timeline set by the teacher.
In an effort to communicate late work concerns to parents, the student’s grade will reflect the grade earned plus .1 (example: grade earned 85%; grade recorded 85.1%).
A “Z” in the grade book indicates that the assignment has not been turned in and the student still has the opportunity to complete the assignment.
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