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Woodlake Unified School District |  AR  6146  Instruction

High School Graduation Requirements/Standards Of Proficiency   

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Student progress toward proficiency in basic skills shall be assessed in English once during grades 7-8 and twice during grades 9-11. (Education Code 51216)

(cf. 6146.3 - Reciprocity on Standards of Proficiency/Graduation Requirements)

A separate assessment shall be made of the student's proficiency in each skill area, and a separate score given in each skill area. (Education Code 51218)

The Superintendent or designee shall provide remedial instruction for any student who does not show adequate progress toward mastery of basic skills. This instruction may be provided in summer school and shall continue until the student has been given numerous chances to achieve mastery. (Education Code 51216)

Notices to students in grades 9 to 12 shall inform parents/guardians that the student shall not receive a high school diploma unless the prescribed standards are met. (Education Code 51216)

When a student's progress towards proficiency in basic skills does not meet district standards, the principal or designee may arrange a conference in which the student, the parent/guardian and a certificated employee familiar with the student's progress discuss the assessment results and steps to be taken to assist him/her toward the mastery of basic skills. (Education Code 51216)



approved: April 15, 1998 Woodlake, California