Grade Reports

Report Card Grading System
Academic Grades
     Citizenship Grades and Work Habits
          A - Superior O - Outstanding
          B - Above Average S - Satisfactory
          C - Satisfactory N - Needs Improvement
          D - Below Average U - Unsatisfactory
          F - Failure; credit not granted
Incomplete grades are given only for absences due to illness that result in assignments or tests not being completed. Incomplete grades must be approved by the counselor or administrator.  Students receiving incomplete grades have the responsibility to make up missed work. If work is not made up by the end of the next school quarter, the incomplete grade will be changed to the actual grade earned by the student at the end of the grading period.


   2016-2017 GRADES REPORT DATES      


      GRADING PERIOD                            GRADE REPORTS MAILED HOME

1st Quarter Progress

          9/01/16 to 10/07/16                          10/18/16, Tuesday

     1st Quarter Grades

        9/01/16 to 11/04/16                            11/16/16, Wednesday

     2nd Quarter Progress

     11/07/16 to 12/09/16                             12/20/16, Tuesday

     2nd Quarter Grades/1st Semester Grades

     11/07/16 to 2/02/17                               2/15/17, Wednesday

     3rd Quarter Progress

     2/06/17 to 3/03/17                                 3/14/17, Tuesday

     3rd Quarter Grades

     2/06/17 to 4/07/17                                 4/26/17, Wednesday

    4th Quarter Progress

     4/17/17 to 5/12/17                                 5/23/17, Tuesday

    4th Quarter Grades/2nd Semester Grades

           4/17/17 to 6/20/17                                 6/23/17, Friday

* Progress reports are sent to students who are in danger of failing one or more classes.
*Only semester report cards reflect grades that are entered on student's transcripts and credits earned toward graduation.

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The Garden Grove Unified School District is committed to ensuring equal opportunities for all students in admissions and access to the district's educational programs, guidance and counseling programs, athletic programs, testing procedures, and other activities. District programs and activities shall be free from discrimination, including harassment, bullying, and intimidation, on the basis of actual or perceived disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic that is contained in the definition of hate crimes set forth in Section 422.55 of the Penal Code. Discrimination also is prohibited based on a person's association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. The Executive Director, K-12 Educational Services, 10331 Stanford Ave., Garden Grove, CA (714) 663-6143, is the designated, administrative officer of the school district.
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