Student Performance

Standardized test scores are not the only measure of a school’s quality. These tests are designed to assess an individual student’s performance compared to all students nationally. They do not compare a school’s quality to other schools. Many other factors should affect your decision about which school your child should attend, including: educational philosophy, curriculum quality, teacher credentials, class size, location, cost, availability of resources, discipline policy, opportunities for parental involvement and communications.

Grading Scales

Pre-K Achievement Marking Codes

Emerging (E)
Progressing (P)
Independent (I)
Not Assessed at this time (NA)

Kindergarten-Second Grade Achievement Marking Codes

Emerging (E)
Progressing (P)
Independent (I)
Not Assessed at this time (NA)
Effort & Conduct
Outstanding (O)
Good (G)
Satisfactory (S)
Needs Improvement (I)
Unsatisfactory (U)


Third-Eighth Grade 
Marking Code: 

Subjects

A+: 97-100
A: 93-96
B+: 89-92
B: 85-88
C+: 80-84
C: 75-79
D: 70-74
E: 69 & below


Effort & Conduct

Outstanding (O)
Good (G)
Satisfactory (S)
Needs Improvement (I)
Unsatisfactory (U)
Achievement Comments
Demonstrates Proficiency (P)
Very Good Progress (V)
Good Progress (G)
Satisfactory (S)
Needs Improvement (I)