The high school and middle school have a 10-point grading system for our students. The grading system is as follows:
(93-100) = A Superior Achievement
(90-92) = A-
(87-89) = B+ Above Average
(83-86) = B
(80-82) = B-
(77-79) = C+ Average
(73-76) = C
(70-72) = C-
(67-69) = D+ Below Average
(63-66) = D
(60-62) = D-
(<60) = F Unsatisfactory
Social Studies Grading Policy:
Tests & Projects: 35%
Class Work: 30%
Science Grading Policy:
Tests, Projects and Science Labs: 35%
Class Work: 25%
Participation, attentiveness, and attitude (Positive or negative: Student's choice!) can affect grades and effort points.
IMPORTANT: All assignments may be retaken or reworked for extra points. This must be done within one week of the assignment being returned to the student. This must also be done on the student's time and not during class.
Assignments should be ready "to turn in" on arrival to class on the day that they are due. Ten points will be deducted for each day late.
Grading rubrics for projects will be attached to the project requirements.
Other trivial nuggets:
- Make-up work must take place within one week of absence and is the responsibility of the student.
- Assignments should be written in agenda daily.
- All work handed in must be complete, edited, and neat.
IMPORTANT REMINDER: Grades can be accessed by parent and student on the PowerSchool icon on the KRMS website. (Please contact the school to obtain your password that is necessary to access PowerSchool.)
Links to the NH Department of Education's Website
NH DOE Accountability
NH DOE Curriculum
NH DOE Curriculum Frameworks
NH DOE Grade-Level Expectations (GLEs)
NH DOE New England Common Assessment Program (NECAP)
NH DOE "No Child Left Behind"
Last Modified on 8/17/2011 9:22:40 AM