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Would you be in favor of a four-day school week?
Would a four-day school week impact childcare for your family?
Would you be in favor of a calendar that is similar to the 19-20 school year?
Schools are required to inform parents about student progress every three weeks. In the nine-week system this would mean progress reports at the three (3) and six (6) week marks, and a report card at nine (9) weeks. How do you feel this would impact communication with your child’s teacher?
Moving to a 9-week grading period would not impact communication.
It would positively impact commincation because having 2 progress reports allows parent more time to become engaged with their student before "official" reports are issued.
It would negatively impact communication because parents would only receive 2 "official" report cords each semester.
How do you feel student grades will be affected by a 9-week grading period?
Student grades would not be affected
With only two grading periods averaged for the semester rather than three, student semester averages will be improved.
With only two grading periods averaged for the semester rather than three, student averages will decline.
How would a 9-week calendar impact your child(ren)’s learning?
Student learning would not be impacted.
Student learning would improve because more time is available to master complicated content, and complete long-term projects.
Student learning would decrease because students will be less motivated due to the length of time between report cards.
My opinion on the 9-week grading period can be summed up by the following:
I do not think students would be greatly affected by the transition to a 9-week grading period, and would be pleased with either 6 weeks or 9 weeks.
I am in favor of the 9-week grading period and see a benefit for students.
I would not like to move to a 9-week grading period because I do not think it is good for students.
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