I hope you are safe and healthy as we near the end of the school year. We continue to be impressed -- but not surprised -- at how well you have adjusted to our new normal, especially Distance Learning.
As our teachers continue to monitor and support student progress, there have been questions about Twin Rivers' grading policy during Distance Learning and school closures. In alignment with guidance from the California Department of Education (CDE), our teachers will provide grades or reports on progress that reflect a "do no harm" approach to all students. This means that student grades will not be negatively impacted as a result of the disruption of school closures and the implementation of Distance Learning.
Assignments are a part of Distance Learning and teachers have discretion to provide individual comments, completion marks, Pass/No Pass, A-F grades or numerical grades on assignments.