Academic Progress

A: Assessment Cards: Student assessment cards will be distributed to parents three times a year. Parent-teacher conferences are formally scheduled at the end of each tri- mester. Additional conferences may be arranged whenever necessary. Interim reports for children who are borderline or failing in one or more subjects are sent home three times a year. Reports are mailed five weeks prior to the end of each trimester.

B: Summer School: Students in grades K-4 who are deficient in reading, language arts, or math are advised to attend a summer program. Students in Grades 5-8 who fail a major subject must either attend a summer school program or engage a private tutor.

Failure on the part of the student to receive a passing grade will result in a recommended transfer.

C: Retention: Retaining a student is a serious matter and must be mutually agreed upon by parents, teachers, and administrators. Parental consent must be received, in writ-ing, prior to this action being taken. Failure to receive parentsconsent will result in a recommended transfer for the child.

D: Graduation: Students in eighth grade who fail two major academic subjects will not be graduated in June. The diploma will be granted upon the successful completion of a summer school program.

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