Final 30% Evaluations for Semester 2 - 2023/2024

Semester 2 Final Evaluations run from Thursday, June 20, 2024 to Wednesday, June 26, 2024.
Students are expected to be in attendance on these dates unless unable to attend by reason of illness or extenuating circumstances.  Protected Learning Time runs:  June 3 - June 19, 2024

Some key pieces to know ahead of time:


Information to note:



Evaluation Make-Up Day: Wednesday, June 26th: 



Final Evaluation Block Review Day: Thursday, June 27th:


**Please note that buses will run on their regular schedule for the duration of the final exam/evaluation block June 20th - June 27th, 2024.

Final Evaluation Schedule for June 20 - 25
*Click the tabs across the bottom to view the schedule for each day.

Final Evaluation Block Schedule June 2024

*Click the tabs across the bottom to see the schedule for each day

 EXPECTATIONS FOR SEMESTER 2 FINAL EVALUATIONS

The Final 30% process allows for students to consolidate their learning in their current courses and allows students to receive feedback on their understanding of overall curriculum expectations. Teachers will be communicating the composition of the Final 30% in each class.  The classroom teacher will indicate the best methods of preparation for the final evaluation(s).  Please contact your teacher if you have questions or concerns.

ABSENCES DURING FINAL 30% EVALUATIONS

(PROTECTED LEARNING TIME AND FINAL EVALUATION BLOCK)

The final 30% evaluations provide an opportunity for students to demonstrate their learning during the last 15 school days of a course. The final 30% evaluations may include a variety of evaluation activities (e.g., a written exam, a performance, a small group discussion, an interview, an essay, and/or other methods of evaluation suitable to the course). 

The school calendar, which includes dates for the final 30% evaluation, is posted in the ‘Key Dates’ page here. Students are expected to be in attendance on those dates unless unable to attend by reason of illness or extenuating circumstances.  

The school does not give permission for absences from school for purposes such as vacations, employment or other discretionary reasons.  Parents/Guardians who withdraw students during school time are advised that depending on the timing and length of the absence, there may be serious academic consequences including issuing a zero for a missed evaluation.

Extenuating circumstances must be outlined to the Administration well in advance of planned absences.  The below steps must be completed  before a decision regarding rescheduling a final 30% evaluation is finalized. 

Parents/Guardians and students should note the following:
-It may be necessary for assignments that are due during the planned absence to be submitted prior to the absence.
-Teachers are not required to reschedule evaluations missed due to discretionary absences.
-Teachers are not required to reschedule missed instruction to accommodate discretionary absences.
-Some courses may have unique requirements for which it may not be possible to make up for all work missed.  A zero may be assigned if the work missed is designed to demonstrate an overall expectation of the course.
-Evaluation situations such as group work and presentations may also not be able to be repeated, and may result in a zero.

Process for Requested Absence DURING FINAL EVALUATION BLOCK (June 20 - June 25, 2024):
-The student meets with administrator to discuss circumstances
-The student completes the form with teachers and gets it signed by a parent/guardian. 
-Student returns the form to the main office.
-Administration consults with teachers and Program Leader as needed.
-Administration meets with the student to convey expectations and decisions.
-Administration communicates the decision and plan to teachers.

Process for Requested Absence During Final Performance Task time (June 1 - June 19 2024):
-The student picks up absence form from the main office.
-The student completes the form with teachers and gets it signed by a parent/guardian. 
-Student returns the form to the main office.
-Administration consults with teachers and Program Leader as needed.
-Administration meets with the student to convey expectations and decisions.
-Administration communicates the decision and plan to teachers.