Grades Sample Clauses

Grades. At the end of each semester, students shall receive a final grade report that shall become a part of their permanent record. The College District’s grading system shall apply to all courses: A (90-100) - Excellent B (80-89) - Good C (70-79) - Average D (60-69) - Poor F (Below 60) - Failure I Incomplete Q Dropped W Dropped Due to Good Cause or Withdrawal from College CR Credit P Pass NP Not Passing FS Academic Fresh Start I - Incomplete: indicates that the coursework was incomplete because of serious illness or other justified emergency. The instructor shall change the grade of “I” to a grade based on the work completed for the course in addition to the work specified in the course completion contract. All incomplete work shall be completed within 90 days of the start of the next long semester. Failure to complete the work specified in the course completion contract shall result in a grade of zero, which shall be factored into the final grade calculation with appropriate weighting relative to other course grades.
Grades. All employees shall be graded in one of the following grades and informed accordingly in writing within 14 days of appointment to the position held by the employee and subsequent graded positions.
Grades. 1. A Letter grade of a “D” may not always count as successful completion pursuant to state rule SBE Rule 6A-10.030 F.A.C.
Grades. Each teacher is responsible for assigning grades for his/her students and 20 turning them in to his/her principal. No grade will be altered or cause to be altered without 21 consultation, where possible, with the teacher who assigned the grade. Such consultation 22 shall be for the purpose of reviewing the teacher’s justification of the assigned grade. In 24 the Superintendent and his/her decision shall be final. If a change is made, the record will 25 reflect that the change was made by the Superintendent, principal or designee.
Grades. All teachers, including ESE teachers, have primary responsibility and authority for giving marks indicating a student's progress in class, subject to the review of the principal of the school. This applies whether the marks being given are letter grades or S/N/U symbols. The principal also may request a review of the information recorded by a teacher which justifies the marks of a student. However, the marks given a student by a teacher are subject to modification only by the Superintendent of Schools. In the event such change is made, the Superintendent's directive will be reduced to writing and a copy provided to the teacher. So that parents and students shall have access to grades in a timely manner in order to track academic progress, teachers shall place grades into the electronic gradebook system in a timely manner, bit in no way more than ten school days, of the assignment due date or the administration of the exam. Any task force or committee organized to review and recommend changes to the procedure for giving grades to students shall include representation from Xxxxx Teachers United.
Grades. No reimbursement shall be made or considered due for any course work in which the member receives a grade less than a B (or a GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale). Courses having no grading scale (such as pass/fail) shall be ineligible for reimbursement.
Grades. Successful completion of an academic activity during an Educational Sabbatical Leave shall be demonstrated by a “C” grade or better. A unit member who does not achieve a “C” grade or better may repeat the course or courses within the next academic year at no cost to the District or further released time to achieve a “C” grade or better GPA.
Grades. If at the Applicant's request the New Facilities are installed in easements or rights of way where final grades have not been established or in streets whose grades have not been brought to those established by public authority, Applicant, upon written notice by Utility, shall deposit with Utility forthwith the estimated cost, including applicable income taxes, as determined by Utility, of relocating, raising or lowering the New Facilities upon establishment of final grades. Adjustment of any difference between the amount so deposited and the actual cost of relocating, raising or lowering the New Facilities shall be made within thirty (30) days after Utility has ascertained such actual cost. Utility will refund the entire deposit including applicable income taxes relating to such proposed relocation, raising or lowering when appropriate authority determines that such displacements are not required.
Grades. All students enrolled in dual enrollment courses will be graded on the same basis as other college students in the same course.Students participating in dual enrollment at EFSC or their home high school will receive grades and credit for their course work. These grades and credits are posted on the college transcript. Dual enrollment course grades become part of a student's permanent college and high school transcript and are calculated into the student's permanent postsecondary GPA maintained by EFSC. High School dual enrolment instructors will submit grades to the Registrar’s Office by the grades due date identified on the EFSC Academic Calendar for the spring semester for graduating seniors who are anticipated to earn their AA or AS degree.