Academic Information Sharing

  • ParentVue is available to parents to view student data.
  • Teachers also use Schoology course pages to provide instructional information and materials for their courses.
  • Teacher Class Pages on this website provide information about what course is taught and an email address for the course teacher.

Academic Grade Reporting Information

Report Card Letter Grade

8th Grade Numeric Equivalent

6th and 7th Grade

Numeric Equivalent

A

90-100

4.0

B+

87-89

3.4

B

80-86

3.0

C+

77-79

2.4

C

70-76

2.0

D+

67-69

1.4

D

60-66

1.0

F

50-59

0

 

The student’s report card grade should be a reflection of what the student knows and is able to do as measured during each reporting quarter. At Lake Ridge Middle School, we teach with the goal of student mastery for all students. Reporting dates are determined at the division level. At LRMS we believe in re-teaching and re-testing to allow students to master required curriculum objectives. Students should always go into their first test well prepared, however, if results indicate that the student has not mastered the content, students can do additional work and put in additional time to earn the opportunity to re-test.

Effort and Conduct Grade Rubric

 

Outstanding

(O)

Satisfactory

(S)

Unsatisfactory

(U)

Effort Grade

*Effort grades are not tied to academic grades.

  • Student turns in all assignments (homework and classwork) on time.

     

  • Student is prepared for class each day and consistently participates in classroom discussions.

     

  • Student consistently completes all class work and routinely seeks assistance if clarification is needed.

     

  • High quality effort is given on all assignments (high quality effort is not determined by letter grade).

     

  • Student works effectively in groups.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Student routinely turns in assignments (homework and classwork) on time.

     

  • Student is prepared for class on most days and often participates in classroom discussions.

     

  • Student consistently completes all class work and occasionally seeks assistance if clarification is needed.

     

  • Effort is demonstrated on assignments (quality effort is not determined by letter grade).

     

     

  • Student works appropriately in groups.
  • Student fails to consistently turn in assignments (homework and classwork) on time.

     

  • Student is rarely prepared for class and does not participate in classroom discussions.

     

  • Student does not complete class work and does not accept assistance when clarification is needed.

     

  • Little effort is given on assignments (effort is not determined by letter grade).

     

  • Student routinely does not work productively in groups.

 

Outstanding

(O)

Satisfactory

(S)

Unsatisfactory

(U)

Conduct Grade

  • Student consistently arrives on time to class each day.

     

  • Student demonstrates respect for him/herself, classmates and teachers and encourages others to do the same.

     

     

  • Student does not abuse bathroom or hall pass privileges and rarely requests to leave the classroom.

     

  • Student rarely or never requires re-direction.

     

     

  • Student does not cause class disruption and strives to be a positive example for other students.
  • Student routinely arrives on time to class.

     

     

  • Student demonstrates respect for him/herself, classmates and teachers.

     

     

     

     

  • Student does not abuse bathroom or hall pass privileges.

     

     

     

  • Student responds to direction and re-direction appropriately.

     

  • Student does not cause class disruption.
  • Student is routinely tardy for class.

     

     

  • Student does not demonstrate respect for him/herself, classmates and teachers.

     

     

     

  • Student routinely abuses bathroom or hall pass privileges.

     

     

     

  • Student responds to direction and re-direction inappropriately.

     

  • Student often causes class disruptions.