Formative Assessments (20% of overall grade)
Formative assessments take place frequently and help inform teacher instruction and prepare for summative assessments. There are many types of formative assessments include, but are not limited to: quick writes, daily homework, class work, quizzes, class discussions, and group work assignments.
Summative Assessments (80% of overall grade)
Summative assessments demonstrate mastery of learning. Examples of summative assessments include, but are not limited to: tests, projects, class discussions, presentations, essays, papers, common assessments, and portfolios. Summative assessments may be scored using rubrics.
Extra credit will be determined by the instructors of the same classes. All extra credit needs to be academically based. Extra Credit should be given for work over and above what has been assigned in the course. Extra credit can be worth up to 5% of student’s overall grade.
Advanced Placement (AP) and College in the Schools (CIS) Level Classes (Grades 11 & 12)
All AP and CIS level coursework must adhere to subject-specific College Board and University of Minnesota assessment policies.