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by Kevin Carson

December 03, 2017

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Green Energy
Programing
Digital Media

Math

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

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GEOMETRY

Geometry will us a weigted grading system.  In the weighted system, grade categories are given a percentage that calculates to a final grade worth 100%. Grade Items can be assigned any value of points, but their contribution towards the category they belong to and the final grade is the percentage value (weight) assigned to them.

Category Point Value Percent of Grade
Homework 5 points per assignment (-1 for each day late) 10%
Labs and Investigations 10 points per assignment (-1 for each day late) 10%
Tests 100 points (will drop lowest 2 at end of each Term) 80%

Digital Media

Digital Media will use a total point grading system. In a total points grading system each assessment‐ whether homework, quiz, test or project‐ is given a point value.  Students earn points on the assessment up to its total value.  For example, a chapter test might have a value of 100 points and a student can earn from 0 to 100 points on the assessment. In a total points system, a grade is determined by adding up all the points earned by the student, and then dividing that total by the number of points possible (for all the assessed activities).  This results in a percentage of points earned which is then reported as a letter grade. 

Categories Point value 
Participation 5 points per day
Projects 10-100 points
Tests 25-100 points
Quizes 10-25 points
 
 

Green Energy

Green Energy will use a total point grading system. In a total points grading system each assessment‐ whether homework, quiz, test or project‐ is given a point value.  Students earn points on the assessment up to its total value.  For example, a chapter test might have a value of 100 points and a student can earn from 0 to 100 points on the assessment. In a total points system, a grade is determined by adding up all the points earned by the student, and then dividing that total by the number of points possible (for all the assessed activities).  This results in a percentage of points earned which is then reported as a letter grade. 

Categories Point value 
Participation 5 points per day
Projects 10-100 points
Tests 25-100 points
Quizes 10-25 points
 

 

Programming 1

Programming 1 will use a total point grading system. In a total points grading system each assessment‐ whether homework, quiz, test or project‐ is given a point value.  Students earn points on the assessment up to its total value.  For example, a chapter test might have a value of 100 points and a student can earn from 0 to 100 points on the assessment. In a total points system, a grade is determined by adding up all the points earned by the student, and then dividing that total by the number of points possible (for all the assessed activities).  This results in a percentage of points earned which is then reported as a letter grade. 

Categories Point value 
Participation 5 points per day
Projects 10-100 points
Tests 25-100 points
Quizes 10-25 points
 
 

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kevin.carson@burwellpublicschools.com

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