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It's official! We have moved to our new District website, now located at acpsd.net. Please take a moment to visit and explore our new online home for updated information on all items related to Aiken County Public Schools.
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As a reminder, our individual school web pages will continue to link back to School Fusion (hosted at this site) until the start of the new school year when all school-related pages will make the transition to our new web platform.
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GRADING SCALE

Kindergarten

In kindergarten a checklist reflecting academic achievement standards shall be used each nine weeks.


Grades 1 – 12

In grades one through twelve, numerical grades as specified shall be used to report student progress for each reporting period.  Report cards shall reflect the academic achievement standards.

Numerical grades shall be used on report cards, transcripts, and permanent records in reading and mathematics for grades one and two.  Numerical grades shall be used in all subject areas for grades three through twelve except as noted in the following paragraph.

S for Satisfactory, N for Needs Improvement, and U for Unsatisfactory shall be used in art, physical education, music, and handwriting in grades three, four, and five.  In grades one and two, S, N, and U shall be used in science, health, social studies, handwriting, and spelling.


Letter Grade                                    Numerical Average

   S -  Satisfactory                             77 – 100

   N - Needs Improvement                  70 – 76

   U - Unsatisfactory                          Below 70

 

Letter Grade                                    Numerical Grade

    A                                                         93 – 100

    B                                                         85 – 92

    C                                                         77 – 84

    D                                                         70 – 76

    F                                                          Below 70

 

GRADING SYSTEM

Student performance should be evaluated based on state grade level standards, IEPs, textbook and teacher-made tests, and other available methods.  Student conduct shall be excluded from consideration in determining a student’s grade.

Provisions for this policy will supersede rules pertaining to class rank, course weightings, course levels, and sections relevant to such as found in Policy IHC.