Fred Heid, Superintendent. May 20, 2015. Proposed D300 Middle School Assessment Enhancement Plan. Major Plan Components:. I. District Wide Middle School Grading Policy. Target Effective Date: 15-16 School Year.
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Middle School Grading Policy
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Fred Heid Superintendent May 20 2015 Proposed D300 Middle School Assessment Enhancement Plan Major Plan Components I District Wide Middle School Grading Policy Target Effective Date 1516 School Year ID: 549548 Download Presentation
D. . . Nicolopoulos. and J. . Maass. Assistant Principals. TAPCO . T. he purpose of grading is to measure and communicate student achievement to students, teachers, parents, and community members. Grades also:.
What are . middle schoolers. most concerned with?. Friends. --- Self-Image --- School--- Activities. We Are a Team!. In middle school, the students’ lockers and most core courses are in a “House”. The Dean, Counselor and Secretary work together to keep the House in order..
“A Tradition of Excellence”. What your schedule will look like.... Counseling Department. What your day will look like. Block schedule, electives, etc. . Counseling Department. Help! My baby is going to middle school! .
Written by Rick . Wormeli. Power Point Completed by Tiffany Emerson-. Kosman. Nothing But the Facts: . Meet Me in the Middle by Rick . Wormeli. (2001). Stenhouse. Publishers, Portland, Maine . National Middle School Association, Westerville, Ohio.
By: Claire Whitby. Bump!. Hike!. Play ball!. Defense!. Pass it!. The Positive and Negative Effects of Middle School Sports on Education. History. 1968: only 50% of middle schools had interscholastic sports.
and Why Many Traditional Grading Practices Miss the Mark. Presented by: . Amy Cashwell. We will:. Examine the purpose of grading. Realize the complexity of grading. Recognize the importance of critically examining traditional grading practices.
The Importance of Readin. g at Home. Learn why reading is important. Help our children be successful. Be an example and role model for our children. Promote reading at home. Support our children’s reading habits.
Jay Holmes, Principal. Jeff Christensen, Assistant Principal. Don’t Worry…. You Will Survive Middle School!!!. GOMS Fun Facts. ►. GOMS is in its 15. th. year. ►. GOMS is Top Ranked Middle School in Placer and Sacramento Counties with API scores over 900 on past CST scores.