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 the first and second trimesters. 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 six 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.
Retaining a student is a serious matter and must be mutually agreed
upon by parents, teachers, and administrators. Parental consent
must be received, in writing, prior to this action being taken. Failure to
receive parents’ consent will result in a recommended transfer for the
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.