P.S. 130 Queens 2011 National Blue Ribbon School 200-01 42nd Avenue Bayside, New York 11361-1896 (718) 819-2230
Michelle Contratti, Principal Catherine Specchia, Assistant Principal
Marking Periods Marking Period Begins: September, November, March Report Card Distribution: November 14, 2018, March 13, 2019, June 26, 2019 Parent-Teacher Conferences: November 15, 2018, March 14, 2019, May 15, 2019
Students will be assessed in the following subjects: English Language Arts Math Science Social Studies Technology Academic and Personal Behaviors Physical Education Music Art
Performance Levels Student grades are evaluative and descriptive tools that help communicate what they learned. Student mastery is reflected in the following performance levels.
Level 1- Well Below Standards (Far below standards)
* Grades for art and music will have designations of “P” (65-100) or “F” (64-1)
Report Cards Report cards will be distributed three times a year (November, March, June).
In the rare situation that a student has not had the opportunity to demonstrate mastery of the course content and skills due to extenuating circumstances, NYC Public Schools may award one of following special marks as a grade on the Report Card:
New or Recently Admitted Students: Students who enroll in school after it has started may have missed assignments or assessments needed to generate a complete course grade for a given marking period. These students may be given a grade of ‘NL’ to indicate this circumstance.
Students with Excessive Absences: A grade of ‘NS’ (insufficient attendance) is given to a student who is unable to attend school and is not able to participate in any of the work from which a grade can be derived.
English Language Learner (ELL) Students: For ELL students, the grading policy will consider the student’s English as a Native Language (ENL) proficiency level, and will include opportunities for students to demonstrate mastery of the NYSED Learning Standards in their native language.
Students with Disabilities (SWD) Students: Students with disabilities receive progress reports on their annual goals. Progress reports are distributed at the same time as report cards and reflect the likelihood that a student will meet their annual goals or has already met their annual goals. Progress reports do not replace report cards for students with disabilities.