Final 30% Evaluation

Final 30% Evaluation :

Goals

  • Ensure that the design and scheduling of the Final 30% promotes student achievement and well-being;
  • Final 30% activities are aligned with curriculum and course outline ratios of achievement chart categories;
  • The Final 30% evaluation is comparable in process, content and success criteria to the learning, instruction and assessment which occurred during the term work (70%).
  • The Final 30% is an evaluation at or near the end of your course that includes 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).
  • For more details click here: Final 30% Admin Procedure
Final Evaluation Review Day

Semester 1 – Important dates:

Dec 19 - Jan 22 - FINAL PERFORMANCE TASKS

(Critical In-Class Evaluations)

Jan 15 & 16 - EQAO Gr. 9 Math Assessment

Jan 22 - Last Day of Classes for Semester 1

Jan 23 - 29 - FINAL EVALUATION BLOCK

Jan 30 - Final Evaluation Review Day

Jan 31- Professional Activity Day

Feb 07 - Semester 1 Report Card Distribution

** PLEASE DO NOT BOOK FAMILY VACATIONS DURING FINAL PERFORMANCE TASKS OR FINAL EVALUATION BLOCK**


Secondary School Reminders

  • Grade 12 midterm marks have been entered and will be uploaded to the college and university application centres on April 30. Students who have not yet received their mark should contact their subject teacher directly.
  • Students must withdraw from a course by Wednesday, May 6 for the course not to appear on their transcript.
  • Final marks will be calculated based on work completed from the start of Semester 2 to March 13 inclusive.
  • Final marks CANNOT go down from what they were on March 13 (or at midterm in the case of Grade 12 courses).
  • Final marks on June report cards will remain the same or, if a student demonstrates improvement after March 13, marks may go up.
  • Students are expected to continue to complete assigned work and be engaged in the learning, lessons and assignments. This is necessary for students to continue to improve their learning skills and to ensure they do not have gaps in knowledge when they return to school.