DSJ Student Curriculum Guidelines and Standards:
Progress Reports - ProgressBook acts as an ongoing progress report. These are to inform you of what is going on with your child(ren) in academics and behavior. If you have any questions, be sure to contact the teacher. ProgressBook should be monitored at least weekly.
St. John’s Elementary School uses the “A” through “F” grading system for Grades 1-6.
The purpose for evaluating the student both in subject matter areas and in character development is that both parents/guardians and teacher(s) may cooperate in helping the student to reach his/her highest potential. If there are any questions, the child’s teacher should be notified.
Grading System And Procedures For Grading
> Teachers must keep accurate grading records. This is so necessary when it comes time to make out report cards. It is the only way one has to justify the grades given. It is also necessary to keep these grades throughout the year in order to clarify any questions which might arise.
> Grades are to be given for all subjects taught. This includes music, art, physical education are considered part of the Honor Roll.
> Grades range from A through F - as listed to the right. In addition, the following maybe used:
O = Outstanding
S = Satisfactory Progress
I = Improving
N = Needs Improvement
U = Unsatisfactory Progress
X = Not Evaluated
Junior High / High School
Whether a semester/yearlong course, the only grade that affects a student's accumulative
grade point average is the final grade earned in that course. Final grades are calculated
using a percentage of each quarter and semester test(s) grade(s) earned throughout the
duration of the course. Credits for courses are granted on a semester basis.
All students graduating from St. John’s High School must meet the minimum
requirements as specified by the Ohio State Department of Education, the Diocese of
Toledo, and St. John’s High School. In order to receive a high school diploma a student
must have completed the following:
1.) Received/passed the required credits (24)
2.) Passed all Ohio State Department of Education requirements
3.) Attended the class retreats each year of attendance
4.) Students are required to take enough courses each year that would only allow for no more than one study hall, per school year.
5.) Students must meet all academic, financial, service, attendance, and disciplinary obligations and requirements before a diploma will be issued.
The Following Courses and Credits Are Required for Graduation:
Religious Studies: 4.0
Math (Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, one other Math course) 4.0
Science (Biology, Physical Science, and one other Science course) 3.0
Social Studies (Amer. Govt., World Studies, Amer. History) 3.0
Senior Seminar 0.5
Health/Physical Education 1.0
Personal Finance-Economics 0.5
Fine Art (Earned in Grades 7 through 12) 1.0
Total Required 24