School Grading Practices

Grading Practice Development

The expectation is for teachers working within their school communities to determine how best to achieve consistency within a school either by grade level, department or specialized course. As such, school staffs have come to a common agreement about specific grading practices beginning with the 2017-18 school year. The grading practices were teacher developed, reviewed by the Instructional Leadership Teams and School Planning Councils for each building, and then approved by the Department of School Leadership.

Salem High School-wide Grading Policy

Salem High has adopted a school-wide policy. View the grading policy.

English

Health and Physical Education

Mathematics and Computer Science

Music (Fine Arts)

NJROTC

Science

Social Studies

Special Ed

Technical and Career Education

Theatre Arts (Fine Arts)

Visual Arts (Fine Arts)

Visual and Performing Arts Academy and Fine Arts

World Languages

 

Questions or concerns?

Should you have questions regarding grading practices, please contact the school directly.