Grading Periods

When Does the Grading Period End?
The school year is divided into two semesters - Fall Semester and Spring Semester. In middle school each semester is divided into two grading periods which each last nine weeks. Please note that each nine-week grading period is not a "re-start" of your child's grade, but rather a continuation of and addition to the grades from the previous grading period.

When Will I See How My Child Is Doing in Each Class?
Progress reports are issued at the nine-week marks of each semester. Progress reports are distributed through Advisory class and students are expected to hand carry the progress reports home.

It Has Been Months and I Haven't Received Anything about My Child's Grades. What Should I Do?
Contact the counseling office. Counselor, Ms. Sherri Penaloza, can print replacement copies of missing progress reports

If you would like to keep a closer eye on your child's grades, San Diego Unified School District offers the use of PowerSchool, a web-based tool that allows you to check your child's grades in every class at any time. We encourage to set up a username and password as soon as possible and monitor your child's grades regularly.

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