Three types of progress reports are available to students. The purpose of both types of progress reports is to encourage improvement in school work.
- Weekly progress reports can be taken by students to teachers on Fridays for a brief written report on how they are doing in a certain class or all current classes. The student, their parents, a coach or a counselor can request these weekly reports.
- Freshmen in the 9th grade Advocate program will fill out a weekly progress report and turn it into the advocate each Friday. The student Advocate will monitor his or her academic progress together throughout the term.
- Progress reports are mailed home to parents or guardians every three weeks. This is a warning notice from teacher(s) if students have any grade of a C- or below. The student will need to improve his/her work and attendance immediately to remediate the grade.
Parent/Teacher/Counselor conferences are available if a student is having serious problems in a class. Please contact the counselor or teacher to request a conference. Parents can also call counselors or teachers directly for information.