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District Rubrics

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Elementary Grading Rubric - General

A - Advanced

  • Consistently demonstrates high use of advanced thinking, skill and understanding of grade-level standards.
  • Test scores consistently indicate a high level of understanding of grade level concepts and skills.
  • The student intuitively makes connections and applications to other areas.
  • The student consistently uses appropriate academic language.
  • Student work is complete and well organized - demonstrating a high level of commitment.

B - Proficient

  • Consistently meets and understands grade-level standards.
  • Test scores indicate a concrete understanding of grade level concepts and skills.
  • The student uses a variety of skills to demonstrate their understanding.
  • The student may need prompting to utilize particular processes/strategies.
  • Student work is complete and organized.

C - Basic

  • Approaching grade-level standards.
  • The student demonstrates some basic foundational levels.
  • The student may have gaps in understanding and test scores may be inconsistent.
  • The student relies on familiar strategies and requires scaffolding and prompting to access grade level standards.
  • Student work is generally complete but quality, thoroughness and organization varies.

D - Below Basic

  • Consistently performing below grade-level standards.
  • Test scores indicate little or very weak understanding and acquisition of grade level concepts and skills.
  • Student work varies widely in quality, thoroughness and completion.

F - Far Below Basic

  • The student lacks basic foundational skills to access grade-level standards.
  • Test scores indicate little or no understanding of grade level concepts and skills.
  • Student work demonstrates little or no understanding or may be frequently incomplete.