Release of Middle and High School Report Cards
Release of Middle and High School Report Cards
Posted on 06/15/2016
This is the image for the news article titled Release of Middle and High School Report CardsThe Florida Department of Education released student end-of-course exam scores to school districts last Friday. Those scores are used to determine students’ final course grades, which are reflected on the end-of-year report card. The district recognizes that the accuracy of grades is extremely important for each and every student. As such, additional time is needed for schools and the district to ensure that all final grades are correct before report cards are released to students and parents. Report cards for middle and high school students, which were originally scheduled to be released tomorrow, will now be available on June 23. Thank you for your patience as we work to ensure that all assessment results are calculated and reflected correctly for our students.

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