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School Policies (General)

GRADING POLICY


Grading Policy Updates: Brooklyn Technical High School
 
As we enter the second marking period, our school community has collaborated to make adjustments to grading policies. These changes include a new school-wide grading policy and an update to the percentages that make up department and course grades for the second marking period. These shifts reflect our extended virtual learning conditions, which will continue throughout the last marking period into the conclusion of the 2019-2020 school year. The specifics and explanations are highlighted below.

Grading policy changes for spring marking period 2 (final grades) by department and course

Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles - Changes to spring marking period 2
 
70%     Minor assessments/assignments
30%     Major assessments/assignments
 
Computer Science and Engineering - No changes to spring marking period 2
 
20%     Minor assessments/assignments
80%     Major assessments/assignments

DDP - Changes to spring marking period 2
 
20%     Projects
50%     Schoolwork
15%     Engineer's NB
15%     Test/Quizzes
 
English - No changes to spring marking period 2
 
25%     Classwork
25%     Homework
50%     Major Assessments
 
Health - Changes to spring marking period 2
 
50%     Spring marking period 1 grade
35%     Longer classwork assignments, homework, projects, assessments from Spring marking period 2
15%     Daily assignments and questions from spring marking period 2
 
LOTE - Changes to spring marking period 2
 
50%     Spring marking period 1 grade
25%     Schoolwork spring marking period 2
25%     Projects, Performance-based assessments, IPA spring marking period 2
 
Math - Changes to spring marking period 2
 
50%     Spring marking period 1 grade
50%     All schoolwork Spring marking period 2
 
Music - No changes to spring marking period 2
 
20%     Homework
20%     Classwork
20%     Assessments
20%     Participation
20%     Projects

Physical Education - No changes to spring marking period 2
 
75%     Remote learning (Class Participation, daily class activities)
25%     Assessments
 
Sciences - Changes to spring marking period 2
 
50%     Spring marking period 1 grade
50%     All schoolwork spring marking period 2
 
Social Studies - Changes to spring marking period 2
 
50%     Spring marking period 1 grade
37.5% Schoolwork spring marking period 2
12.5% Assessments spring marking period 2
 
School-wide grading policy changes for spring marking period 2 (final grades)
 
Brooklyn Technical High School will utilize its current school-wide grading policy. This policy gives students the grades that they have earned in one-point increments from 65 to 100 with the following additional requirements:
  • Students whose final grades are failing will be awarded a grade of NX (course in progress).
  • Students for whom there is insufficient work to determine a final grade will be awarded a grade of NX.
  • If a students' final grade is passing, parents/guardians make the final decision about whether the final grade remains or is updated to credit (CR). This decision happens after final report cards are issued in June.
  • Grades of CR are not included in students' GPAs.
  • Parents have the right to submit or revise their preferences through November 30, 2020.
  • Students who receive a final grade of NX will have time after Spring 2020, including summer learning opportunities, to continue working on areas of improvement and to demonstrate proficiency.
  • Students will have until January 2021 to complete outstanding coursework for grades of NX.
  • Seniors will be prioritized to complete outstanding coursework as soon after June as possible (during the summer.)
  • Students who are relying on passing a Regents course in order to qualify for the corresponding Regents waiver must successfully complete outstanding courses by August 2020.
  • If students achieve the learning outcomes for the course by January 2021, the school will update the NX grade to a passing grade, with parent choice as to whether to record the calculated grade or "credit" (CR).