• ThuMar21 7th & 8th Grade Musical Production 7:00 PMFHS Auditorium
    • FriMar22 7th & 8th Grade Musical Production 7:00 PMFHS Auditorium
    • SatMar23 7th & 8th Grade Musical Production 2:00 PMFHS Auditorium
    • MonMar25 Boys Tennis begins (Grades 9-12) FHS
    • MonMar25 Community Education Spring-Summer 2019 Catalog now available

Grading and reporting

Fridley Public Schools uses a standards-based philosophy for grading and reporting student achievement and progress. This approach reports grades as an indicator of a student's level of mastery of a standard or learning objective, instead of assigning grades based on work completion or individual assignments. Standards-based practices are rooted in a belief that grades are:

  • Fair - students with the same performance receive the same grade
  • Accurate - grades reflect the actual academic performance of the student
  • Specific - students and parents know exactly what learning is required for students to improve


ELEMENTARY 

The purpose of the report card is to provide a summary of student progress to parents and families. All student outcomes were developed directly from current Minnesota Academic Standards. 

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL 

Fridley Middle School grading and reporting is based on the IB Middle Years Programme (MYP) framework. Objectives for each subject area are established by the IB and align with state and national standards.   Teachers work collaboratively to design rigorous assessments that measure mastery of the knowledge, skills and processes for each course.  In addition to scores for each of the objectives, students will receive separate scores for approaches to learning skills.   These are skills that support learning across all subject areas.

Middle School Grading and Reporting Parent Guide

 

HIGH SCHOOL 

Fridley High School grading and reporting is based on the objectives of the IB Middle Years, Diploma, and Career-related Programmes.  Objectives for each subject area are established by the IB and align with state and national standards.   Teachers work collaboratively to design rigorous assessments that measure mastery of the knowledge, skills and processes for each course.  In addition to scores for each of the objectives, students will receive separate scores for approaches to learning skills.   These are skills that support learning across all subject areas.

High School Grading and Reporting Parent Guide

Further information on homework, incompletes, and course credit

 


 


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