SPS provides updates on grading, items left at school

Spokane Public Schools
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SPOKANE, Wash. — On Monday, Spokane Public Schools sent out an email to students and their families regarding grading and other procedures for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year.

All secondary students will be graded on an A-D or incomplete scale. An update on elementary school students is not available at this time.

“Similar to normal circumstances, teachers will use their professional judgment to provide feedback and grade assignments to record student learning, competency, and course completion,”  Ally Barrera, Lead Media and Marketing Specialist for Spokane Public Schools wrote in an email.

Also, if students left personal belongings at school, parents can arrange to retrieve those.

SPS is hosting a webinar for seniors and their families on April 30 to answer questions regarding graduation, transcripts, and other loose ends from high school.

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