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Lawndale High School Grading Policy

Lawndale High School has a traditional grading policy for all assessments,
class work, homework, progress reports, and final report cards. Students not achieving a
60% or higher in any course will be issued a failing grade. Teachers use the following
criteria for progress reports and final grades:

A - (90-100%) Excellent Achievement

B - (80-89%) Better than average achievement

C - (70-79%) Average achievement

D - (60-69%) Below average achievement

F - (1-59%) (Fail) Unsatisfactory achievement - no credit

Students and their parents receive performance notifications eight times a year. Credit is
granted at the end of each semester. Progress reports are sent home during weeks five, ten
and fifteen of each semester. Final report cards come at the end of each semester. A
teacher may issue additional progress reports any time they deem necessary.