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Grading Procedures & Policy

 Elementary Schools Grading Procedures

  District Administrative Policy 5421A - Grading
Administrative Procedures
5000 Students
5421a Grading Elementary Schools
  School Board Policy 5420 - Reporting Student Progress
  School Board Policy 5421 - Grading

 

Progress reports are issued each nine week
grading period in Brevard Public Schools.

 

 Kindergarten progress reports use the following marking code:

4  Meets and applies expectations/standards independently
3 Meets and applies expectations/standards with support
2 Does not meet expectations/standards; shows growth with additional support
1 Does not meet expectations/standards; shows no growth even with support

Transitional Kindergarten/First Grade and Grades 1 and 2 progress reports use the following marking code:

O - Outstanding

 

Demonstrates outstanding progress
Exceeds expectations
Self directed

S - Satisfactory

 

Demonstrates adequate progress
Meets expectations
Requires little teacher direction

N - Not Demonstrated

 

Needs more time and experience to make adequate progress
Begins to meet expectations
Requires frequent teacher directions

U - Unsatisfactory

 

Demonstrates unsatisfactory progress
Works below grade level expectations
Requires repeated teacher direction

Grades 3 - 6 progress reports use the following numerical values established by Florida Statue:

90-100

A

Excellent 
80-89

B

Good 
70-79

C

Satisfactory 
60-69 

D

Poor 
0-59 

F

Unsatisfactory 

O, S, N and U are used for grades 3-6 for Lifelong Learning Skills of Independence and Cooperation and optional subjects.

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In grades K-6, a check indicates below grade level performance in reading and/or math and noted in the coment section.

Interim reports are sent for grades 1-6 (not kindergarten).  Dates are indicated on the district calendar.

Student progression in the elementary sequence is outlined in the Brevard Student Progresion Plan (elementary section) as well as being highlighted on the one page "Brevard County Schools Grades Level Assignment Procedures in the Elenentary Schools" which is provided for every student.

Approved individual school waivers in the area of grading procedures will continue to be in place.