Criteria for Grading Academic Subjects: Criteria for Grading Conduct Traits:
90 – 100 Excellent work quality, mastery E Excellent Behavior
80 – 89 Good work quality; consistent effort S Satisfactory; cooperates readily
75 – 79 Satisfactory work; average P Poor behavior; below average
70 – 74 Work quality is below expectations U Unsatisfactory behavior
69 or below Failing
Note: Parents can stay apprised of their children’s grades by utilizing the Parent/Student Connect Portal. A link to register for the portal is available at the top of this website (www.purplepups.org).
Secondary Conduct Average: The marks which result in lowering the student’s conduct average must be given by two different teachers, in two different classes.
E Conduct is E unless two marks lower than E are recorded
S No U’s, not more than one P, and at least one S
P Two or more P’s & no U’s OR at least one U and any other conduct grade below E
U Two or more U’s
Note: Parents will be notified of the possibility for a “P” prior to the student receiving a “P”. Parents will be notified of the possibility for a “U” prior to the student receiving a “U”. In either situation, the expectation will be that the parent provides intervention at home to effect a behavior change so that the undesirable “P” or “U” will not be assigned. In addition, a “U” may only be assigned with the grade level administrator’s permission.