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                                                                 THS English and Reading Grading Policy


Grades will be made up of the following weighing system:


Tests = 60%

o Minimum of 3 grades per cycle
o Major projects and long term assignments (research papers, etc.) will be considered a test, as well as the typical test.


Daily = 40%

o Minimum of 10 grades per cycle
o The 40% will be homework and daily grades.

Project/Long term assignment policy: All projects and long term assignments will be due on or before the due date. If it is turned in one day after the due date, the highest grade the student will earn is 70%. (Note: The score on a late project/long term assignment is not an automatic 70%.) Projects and long term assignments will not be accepted after that, and the student will earn 0%.

Retest policy: Within 5 school days from the date of notification, students have the opportunity to retest during tutorials on a test in which they earned 69% or below. Teachers may add additional requirements that must be completed/included prior to this retest opportunity. The highest grade a student will earn on a retest is 70%. (Note: The score on a retest is not an automatic 70%.)

Redo policy: Students have the opportunity to redo a daily grade assignment within a minimum of 5 school days during tutorials on an assignment in which they earned 69% or below. Teachers may add additional requirements that must be completed/included prior to this redo opportunity. The highest grade a student will earn on a redo is 70%. (Note: The score on a redo is not an automatic 70%.)


In order to have an opportunity to redo a daily assignment, the student must have turned in a fully completed assignment on the due date.

Late work policy:
An assignment will be accepted one day late for a grade no higher than 70%. (Note: the score on a late assignment is not an automatic 70%.) No work will be accepted after that, and a grade of 0% will b e recorded. (Unforeseen circumstances will be addressed on an individual basis.)

No extra credit is offered.