End of Year Grading Policy

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Dear Denver Justice High School Community,

We hope that you and your family are doing well during this challenging time. DPS has provided updated guidance on how grading will work for students in 9-12th grades. We want to share more specific details with you on how grading will work at our school, so you and your student know what to expect in the weeks ahead.

During the 2020-2021 School Year:
  

  • Students will be able to improve upon their grade for the rest of this quarter.
  • Students will be able to decide on a class-by-class basis which grading option they prefer. 
  • Additionally, it will be possible for students to make the choice to receive credit for a course instead of a letter grade until the end of the school year. 
  • For this quarter, any F grades will be transcribed as “no credit". Students will have the opportunity to improve a “no credit” at a later time.

It is the expectation that students communicate and work with their teachers in completing​ ​both their assigned work and daily check-in’s.

If your student is having any challenges, please communicate directly with your instructor. If you have additional questions, please contact the direct teacher for each course, or Mr. Parce.


Thank you for your patience and support as we continue to improve remote learning over the coming weeks. Please don’t hesitate to contact your student’s teacher or me with additional questions you may have. 


Best,

Mr. Parce

Stephen_Parce@dpsk12.org