Just as with in-person learning, students are expected to act on feedback provided by their teacher during distance learning. Feedback is a critical part of improving student work and learning. This feedback may come during student-teacher conferences, individual comments on assignments, or whole class feedback during class meetings.
All grading policies implemented by the school during in-person learning will continue to take place in remote learning as well. Students will be assessed frequently to determine achievement. This is different from last spring.
Student grades will be recorded using standard A-F grades that include plus and or minus grades.