Standards Based Grading
School District of Superior
In the School District of Superior, we approach assessment and reporting as an important part of a student’s understanding of his/her progress as a learner, as well as a tool for communicating progress to parents, colleges, and the community. In order to ensure that grades accurately reflect student learning, we are implementing a proficiency-based grading system in all classes. This system separates academic grades from reports on student behavior.
Reassessment information and the reassessment form.
At SMS and SHS, students are expected to complete coursework within the timelines outlined by the teachers. However, extensions for submission of assignments are based on individual circumstances, after a conversation between teacher and student has occurred. In a situation where a student wants an opportunity to reassess and demonstrate learning, students may be allowed to retake assessments based on teacher approval.
Proficiency Scale and grades
The Spartan Grade
Report Cards and Progress Reports
Superior middle school report card
Students in grades 6-8 will receive a Standards-Based Grading report card 4 times a year. The Superior Middle School report card is similar to the report card students received at our elementary schools.
Superior High school Quarterly Progress Report
Students in grades 9-12 will receive a Standards-Based Grading progress report at the end of each Quarter. Students will receive a traditional letter grade at the end of each semester.