Civic and Social

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Academic Expectations:
Punctuality and attendance
Preparedness
Advanced

– Always on time

– Near perfect full-day attendance

– Always comes prepared

– Enthusiastic participation in all classes

– Always submits assignments on time and thoroughly completed

Exceeds Expectations

– Nearly always on time

– 96% attendance

– Almost always comes prepared

– Active participation in all classes

– Almost always submits assignments on time and thoroughly completed

Meets Expectations

– Tardy to school fewer than five times

– Rarely tardy to class but makes up time

– 93% attendance (AYP expectation)

– Usually comes prepared

– Active participation in most classes

– Rarely tardy to class

– Usually submits completed assignments on time

Needs Improvement

– Tardy to school 6-14 times without tardy cut

– Habitually tardy to class

– Unexcused absences near school limit for NCR

– Occasionally comes prepared

– Participates in some classes

– Submits most assignments on time, but lacks attention to detail

Insufficient

– Tardy to school 15 or more times or has tardy cuts

– Cuts classes

– Student does not receive credit for the year for unexcused absences

– Comes unprepared

– Does not participate

– Often submits assignments late or incomplete

Conduct:
Respect and Self Control
Adherence to School Rules
Advanced

– Role models respect for personal space and property of others

– Uses respectful language in and out of the classroom

– No disciplinary infractions

– Individually and collaboratively promotes exemplary behavior

Exceeds Expectations

– Exhibits respect for personal space and property of others

– Uses respectful language in and out of the classroom

– No disciplinary infractions

Meets Expectations

– Usually exhibits respect for personal space and property of others

– Usually uses respectful language in and out of the classroom

– No major disciplinary infractions and few or no minor infractions

Needs Improvement

– Sometimes exhibits respect for personal space and property of others

– Occasionally uses inappropriate language

– No major disciplinary infractions

– Needs frequent intervention/redirection from school staff

Insufficient

– Exhibits disrespect for personal space and property of others

– Uses inappropriate language

– Commits major disciplinary infractions

– Needs ongoing intervention/redirection from school staff

Decision Making:
Safe Choices
Healthy Choices
Advanced

– Accesses resources and thoughtfully analyzes and articulates healthy and safe life choices

– Actively encourages others to make healthy and safe decisions

– Role models healthy and safe alternatives to risky behavior through healthy physical and extra-curricular activities

Exceeds Expectations

– Accesses resources and analyzes and articulates healthy and safe life choices

– Encourages others to make healthy and safe decisions

– Participates in healthy and safe alternatives to risky behavior through healthy physical and extra-curricular activities

Meets Expectations

– Accesses resources and analyzes healthy and safe life choices

– Makes healthy and safe decisions

– Usually participates in healthy and safe alternatives to risky behavior through extra-curricular activities

Needs Improvement

– Analyzes healthy and safe life choices

– Usually makes healthy and safe decisions

– Sometimes participates in healthy and safe alternatives to risky behavior

Insufficient

– Does not analyze or is not aware of healthy and safe life choices

– Makes unhealthy or unsafe decisions

– Engages in risky behavior

Leadership and Social Ethics:
Integrity
Social Justice
Advanced

– Role models high ethical standards and inspires others to meet those standards as well

– Deeply understands complexity and context of social change

– Perceptively designs and implements social change in response to societal needs

Exceeds Expectations

– Exhibits high ethical standards

– Somewhat understands complexity and context of social change

– Designs and implements social change in response to societal needs

Meets Expectations

– Behaves ethically

– Understands process of social change

– Participates in social change in response to societal needs

Needs Improvement

– Usually behaves ethically

– Exhibits minimal understanding of process of social change

– Occasionally participates in social change

Insufficient

– Behaves unethically

– Does not understand process of social change

– Does not participates in social change

Collaboration:
Respect for Diversity
Respect for Varying Viewpoints
Ability to Work in Small and Large Group Settings
Advanced

– Actively seeks out and celebrates diversity

– Actively and respectfully welcomes and engages varying viewpoints

– Actively and sensitively facilitates fluid group interaction

Exceeds Expectations

– Seeks out and appreciates diversity

– Actively and respectfully welcomes varying viewpoints

– Actively and sensitively participates in group interaction

Meets Expectations

– Respectfully acknowledges diversity

– Respectfully listens to varying viewpoints

– Respectfully participates in group interaction

Needs Improvement

– Acknowledges diversity but is occasionally disrespectful

– Usually listens to varying viewpoints

– Passively participates in group interaction

Insufficient

– Is disrespectful of diversity

– Is disrespectful of varying viewpoints

– Disrupts group interaction