tutorial Period / Struggling in a class

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GRADING PERIODS

Students will receive grades every six weeks. Only semester grades are permanent and recorded on their official transcript.


End of 1st Grading Period

September 16, 2022 (Progress Report)


End of 2nd Grading Period

November 4, 2022 (Progress Report)


End of 3rd Grading Period/1st Semester

December 23, 2022

(Official Grades/Credits)


End of 4th Grading Period

February 17, 2023 (Progress Report)


End of 5th Grading Period

April 7, 2023 (Progress Report)


End of 6th Grading Period/2nd Semester

June 1, 2023

(Official Grades/Credits)

STEPS TO TAKE WHEN STRUGGLING

IN A CLASS

  1. Your teacher is the best resource. Email your teacher to discuss specific concerns or struggles you are experiencing in the class and ask for help (Check the Staff Directory).

  2. Use the QR Code to schedule a tutorial appointment with your teacher. Request and attend a Tutorial Period with your teacher to get extra help. This can be done on a regular basis or as needed. The Tutorial Period is attached to your 4th period on Wednesdays and Fridays (Check the Bell Schedule).

  3. Create a weekly tutorial schedule and be prepared with your questions or concerns when you meet with your teacher. Ask for learning strategies to help you learn the material.

  4. Schedule a Student/Teacher/Parent Zoom Conference to discuss strategies that will help you improve your grade.

  5. If the above steps have NOT been successful, contact your School Counselor to discuss other options and possibly initiate an IST Meeting with the Coordinator and teachers.


Suggestions for success

  • Monitor your grades regularly for class updates.

  • Create a weekly time management calendar to stay organized.

  • Missing assignments or exams? Contact your teacher and make them up ASAP!

  • Unsatisfactory grades are often associated with:

    • Missed or incomplete assignments

    • Lack of participation

    • Poor attendance

    • Low test scores

  • Do you need credit recovery? Contact your counselor to review your credits.