It is the policy of the Bossier Parish School Board that student academic progress shall be accessible to all students as well as to the parent or legal guardian or custodian of all students on an ongoing basis through a web-based portal. Formative and summative assessment grades and overall averages shall be updated at least weekly to allow continuous monitoring of student academic progress.
Student progress is documented as part of the student’s academic cumulative record at these designated occurrences:
Report Cards will be issued at the end of each grading period.
The end of year final grade will be calculated using all four
grading period grades.
Written notice of possible retention will be issued to students in danger of failing within one (1) month after the end of the second grading period.
Reports of Progress will be issued at the midpoint of each course.
Report Cards will be issued at the completion of each course.
Written notice of possible failure to meet graduation requirements
will be issued to parents of applicable students within fifteen (15)
business days after the end of the third cohort year.
Written notice of possible failure to meet graduation requirements will be issued to parents of applicable students within 15 business days after the first term of the fourth cohort year.
SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS
Special Education students enrolled in the Alternative Special Education Program shall receive a School Board approved progress report which shall be clearly documented with comments regarding the student’s progress towards the goals and objectives developed in the student’s Individualized Education Program (IEP). Progress reports at all levels for students enrolled in Special Education, mandated by federal and state laws and regulations, shall be issued at the intervals utilized in each respective school in the district.
Revised: November 21, 2019
Ref: Board minutes, 11-21-19
Bossier Parish School Board