Isle of Wight County Schools

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Grading

Kindergarten through Grade 2
Teachers shall use mastery indicators for each Standard of Learning (SOL) taught using the criteria listed below:
 
Grades Indicators of Mastery Criteria
K-2 O = Outstanding 94 to 100%
  S = Satisfactory 80 to 93%
  N = Needs Improvement 70 to 79%
  U = Unsatisfactory      69% and below
 
Grade 3 through Grade 5 and Westside Elementary Grade 6
Teachers shall use grades and mastery indicators for each Standard of Learning (SOL) taught using the criteria listed below:
 
Grades Indicators of Mastery Criteria Grading Scale
3 - 6* O = Outstanding Exceeds the standard A   =  93-100
  S = Satisfactory Meets the standard (at least 80% of the time) A-  =  90-92
  N = Needs Improvement Partially meets the standard B+ =  87-89
  U = Unsatisfactory     Inadequate or no understanding of the standard B   =  83-86
      B- =  80-82
      C+ =  77-79
      C   =  73-76
      C-  =  70-72
      D   =  65-69
      F    =  64 or Below

*Westside Elementary Grade 6 only

 

Middle and High School
The grading scale for the Isle of Wight County Schools consists of sections for letter grades, score ranges, and descriptions of performance.  The grading scale follows:

Letter Grade Score Ranges Description of Performance
A    93 - 100    Does outstanding class work, shows superior initiative in completing learning activities, and demonstrates high achievement.
A- 90 - 92
B+ 87 - 89 Does good class work, shows above average initiative in completing learning activities, and demonstrates above average achievement.
B     83 - 86
B-    80 - 82
C+ 77 - 79 Does average class work, shows average initiative in completing learning activities, and demonstrates average achievement.
C 73 - 76
C- 70 - 72
D 65- 69 Does below average or incomplete class work, shows some initiative in completing learning activities, and demonstrates poor achievement.
F 64 and below Incomplete class work, shows little initiative in completing learning activities, and demonstrates unacceptable achievement.