Grading Policy


All elementary schools in the San Diego Unified School District use a standards-based report card to provide families with concrete information about each child’s individual progress toward mastering California grade- level standards (4=Exceeds, 3=Meets, 2=Nearly Meets, 1=Has Not Met). On the report card, you will learn whether or not your child “Meets”—meaning that your child has achieved grade-level standards, “Nearly Meets”—meaning that your child is approaching the standards, “Has Not Met”—meaning that your child has not yet met the standards, or “Exceeds”—meaning that your child has significantly exceeded grade level standards. The report card also gives information on students’ citizenship and work habits. Report cards are shared with parents three times each school year, at the end of each trimester: November, March, and June.

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