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Students in second grade will be graded on their class work & assessments to show their academic success throughout the school year.
A= Above Grade Level
B= Below Grade Level
O= On Grade Level
S=Satisfactory
N= Not Satisfactory
Although students are not officially on a graded point scale, students will still receive letter grades on classwork, tests, and quizzes to help bridge into third grade and the official grading point scale.
Students will be graded on a ten-point scale.
100 - 90 =A
89 - 80 =B
79- 70 = C
69 -60 = D
59 or below = F
The following is a break down for each subject area.
Math
Students will take diagnostic tests through iReady to determine on grade level along with grades earned through classwork. A student must have an average of 428 points or higher to be considered on grade level on the iReady assessments. If a student falls between the average of 410-427 points, a students class work on the grade point scale of 60 or higher will determine if they are on grade level. Anything 59 or below with less than 409 score on formative assessments will be below grade level. If a student performs an average of 470 on any formative assessment at the end of the year, with a consistent A average in classwork, they will be considered above grade level.
ELA
Students will complete DIBELS assessments that have various components such as Nonsense words, fluency, sight words and online comprehension. Students will receive an average score of all components. If a student scores red, this is an average of below grade level as the student needs to work on basic reading instruction and their phonemic awareness. If a student scores yellow, the students classwork will be weighed to determine if the student is on or below grade level. The student must have an average of 60 or above and read on grade level, when scoring a yellow composite score, to be on grade level. A green composite score will be on grade level as the student is meeting expectations. If a student scores blue, they will also be on grade level but can move to above grade level if consistency is held throughout their assessments, classwork, etc.
Students must complete assigned classwork, tests, high frequency word checks, or quizzes. The student must be on expected book level at current reporting period or above grade level, at that time, to be considered on grade level.
Reading Foundation Skills
To be considered on grade level, students must perform the expected score on the Primary Spelling Inventory or above, each time it is given. If a student falls 5 points or less from the expected score of the PSI, a classwork point average of 60 and above will determine if the child is on grade level. If a child is more than five points below the expected PSI score, the child will be below grade level. Skills activities, writing pieces, Word Patterns, Grammar, Spelling Tests and other classroom assignments will be determined within the classroom point scale. Student writing will be graded with pre-established guidelines through rubrics. Many writing assignments will be comprised, but not limited to, of journal entries, personal and imaginative narratives, letters, persuasive essays and nonfictional reports.
Science/Social Studies
Science & Social Studies grades will be determined by an average of 60 points or higher on classwork during CKLA Knowledge lessons to be on grade level. Student must also be an active participant. Anything 59 or below will be considered below grade level.
Please note that any student, in any subject, that refuses to do any work for an extended period of time or participate in class, will be marked below grade level as their knowledge of the subject cannot be measured.
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