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COVID 19 Grading Policy
COVID 19 Grading Policy
Danielle Henderson
Tuesday, April 21, 2020

COVID 19 Emergency Resolution

The Auburn Public Schools Spring 2020 COVID 19 Grading Policy addresses the impact of the coronavirus on learning and grading for the remainder of the 2019 - 2020 school year. It is responsive to the unique challenges of remote learning, equity, and academic integrity. The policy does not penalize students whose learning is impacted by school closure. The policy ensures that seniors who are on track to graduate will graduate at the end of the semester. 

We strongly recommend that students complete the Educational Learning Plan assignments and activities to ensure continuity of learning through the end of the school year. Assignments and activities may be submitted to teachers for feedback. 

Calvert Elementary School, Kindergarten - Fifth Grade

Students at Calvert Elementary will not receive fourth quarter grades. Final report cards will be reflective of the first through the third-quarter of the 2019-2020 school year.

Auburn Middle School, Sixth - Eighth Grades

Students in sixth through eighth grade will switch to a pass and fail system for the second semester.  Incomplete assignments for the third-quarter will be waived. Student transcripts will note that students received passing grades for classes as opposed to traditional A-F letter grades for the second semester.

Auburn High School, Ninth - Twelfth Grades

Students in ninth through twelfth grade will switch to a pass and fail system for the second semester. Incomplete assignments for the third-quarter will be waived. The class rank for seniors will be based on first-semester grades. Student transcripts will note that students received passing grades for classes as opposed to traditional A-F letter grades for the second semester.