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What does your child's school consider an "A"? Is it 90 - 100?

My daughter is in 2nd grade this year, and this is the first year that she is being graded numerically. (Instead of "E" for Excellent). We had our first parent/teacher conference for the year today, and when I got her report card, found out that our school district considers an A to be 94 and above. I told the teacher it was ridiculous and she agreed! Isn't this going to put the kids in our district "behind" other districts that count an A as 90 - 100?

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caelynandcody

Asked by caelynandcody at 8:01 PM on Oct. 8, 2008 in School-Age Kids (5-8)

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  • Hello...Is this district they consider an A+ to be 96-100.....an "A" is 93-95...and an "A-" is 90-92....Kind of weird sometimes adjusting to the new grading system...
    ademaddis1279

    Answer by ademaddis1279 at 8:04 PM on Oct. 8, 2008

  • I could understand if there were different levels of an "A" like you stated, however it's just a straight "B" below 94.
    caelynandcody

    Answer by caelynandcody at 8:13 PM on Oct. 8, 2008

  • I agree it does sound ridiculous and I am not sure how it will effect comparisons to other ISDs. Especially now that standerdized tests play such a big factor. As for our school an A is 90-100.
    momof365

    Answer by momof365 at 8:18 PM on Oct. 8, 2008

  • Our schools are 94-100 too.
    slw123

    Answer by slw123 at 9:03 PM on Oct. 8, 2008

  • Our school is 90-100
    diana1481

    Answer by diana1481 at 9:07 PM on Oct. 8, 2008

  • Our school's A is 93-100.
    funmom09

    Answer by funmom09 at 9:18 PM on Oct. 8, 2008

  • When I was a kid an A was 94-100. Seems reasonable to me.
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 3:12 AM on Oct. 9, 2008

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