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End of Grading Periods:

1st Quarter - Oct. 16, 2020

2nd Quarter - Dec. 18, 2020

3rd Quarter - Mar. 19, 2021

4th Quarter - Jun. 2, 2021


Honors Dessert

6th/7th Grade:



Promotion Ceremony

8th Grade:



For your child's emotional well-being and full mental and academic functioning, make sure they get enough sleep.

10-12 yrs: 10-11 hrs per night

13-17 yrs: 9.25 hrs per night



Report Cards:

Semester report cards will be mailed a week after the grading period ends. 1st and 3rd Quarter report cards are sent home via your student a week after the grading period ends.

Progress Reports:

Progress reports are sent home via students half way through each quarter. Students with C's or better do not usually receive progress reports.

College Talk - 2021 

Click here for College Talk presented to 8th graders. 

Academic Supports

Student Planners: Students are given planners at the beginning of the year to keep track of their homework assignments. Student planners also contain valuable information like student expectations and school policies. If your student is having trouble remembering to complete or turn in assignments, check their planners regularly and encourage them to write down their homework assignments for each class every day. 


Homelink: Many teachers regularly update student grades and record completed assignments on Homelink. Students and parents can sign in to get access to this online gradebook.


Google Classroom: Many teachers post assignments, class notes, and more using Google Classroom.


Online Textbooks: Some class subjects have online textbooks that include an audio option and/or links to explanations and helpful examples. 


IXL: Students can practice online Math lessons geared toward their individual skill level using IXL. Some students also have access to IXL lessons in English Language skills.


Homework Club: TBD


Teachers: Many classroom teachers routinely give suggestions about organization and study habits. Some also set aside time to work with students who need extra help. Contact your student's teacher early if you notice your student is struggling.


School Counselors: School counselors meet with students individually or in groups to help them improve their organizational and study skills to meet their academic goals.