• Distance Learning Grading:

    The Edgenuity-based program has grading built in to the program and the weights are predetermined.  We ask that you be patient with us all so that we can ensure all grades are posted in a timely and fair manner.  If you have questions or concerns about grades that show up in Infinite Campus, please feel free to email me at bradlsh@boe.richmond.k12.ga.us.

    Students with paper assignments are to take a picture of the assignment and email it me or text it to me on my GoogleVoice number at (706) 250-1265.

     

    6TH - 8TH Grades:

    Students who receive services within the inclusion class will receive grades based on the following teachers' grading policy:

    6th ELA: Ms. Harris

    6th Math: Ms. Mercer

    7th Math: Mr. Holden

    8th Algebra IA: Mrs. Howard

     

    Grades can be supplemented with additional assignments provided by me in collaboration with the general education teacher.  

     

    K-3rd Grades Standards Based Grading

    1- Beginning Learner} This means the student's work exemplified more than 2 grade levels below the expectation and/or it was completed with assistance beyond the student's IEP accommodations

    2- Emerging Learner} This means the student's work exemplified below grade level work with the student's IEP accommodations (this could also mean the student did not quite work independently due to goals that should be focused on according to the IEP)

    3- Proficient Learner} This means the student's work exemplified grade level responses with the student's IEP accommodations

    4- Distinguished Learner} This means the student's work exemplified grade level responses without the use of the IEP accommodations even though the accommodations were provided 

     

     

    My grading policy correlates with the policy established by the Richmond County Special Education Department. Grades will be based on modifications of standards to reflect progress on IEP goals and objectives.  IEP progress reports will be distributed every nine weeks according to the start date of the student's IEP.  Regular report cards and progress reports will be distributed according to the policy established by Richmond County School System.

    All grades are given based on the student's capability in addition to the standards.