The following grades will appear on your report card. In addition, on-line grading access will be available.
LVMS Scale (%)
Description of an Individual Student’s Achievement
(aligned w/ standards)
Superior performance, in-depth understanding, application of knowledge and skills to develop new understanding and solutions
Solid academic performance, demonstrates competency of subject matter knowledge
Partial mastery of essential knowledge and skills; partial success in tasks using this knowledge or skill
Limited mastery of essential knowledge and skills; may require assistance or extended time in applying knowledge and skills
Progress Unacceptable (Punacc)
Student has no understanding of task or concept, or student achievement cannot be determined because work was not sufficiently completed
ON-LINE GRADING ACCESS AND ACADEMIC PROGRESS
Parents will have online access to their student’s daily attendance, grade book information, progress reports, and student schedule. Paper copies will only be mailed to parents that do not have an e-mail address on file. Report cards are available on-line at the end of each quarter. Only semester grades are part of the permanent record. Parents may also contact individual teachers regarding your students’ academic progress.
Each family has an account to access this data on their students. To access the data, you will go to the Papillion La Vista Community Schools Website: www.plcschools.org. The link to on-line grades is under the “For Parents” section. At this web site, you will log in with your user name and password. First time users will be receiving user name and password information by mail before the end of first quarter. You will then select the name of the student from the list presented and begin to navigate the data as you see fit.
If you have trouble accessing the site you can call the Technology Center at the district office at 402-537-9998. In addition, in the event you misplace your user name and password, you may request this information to be sent via the mail from the Technology Center as well. Passwords will NOT be given out over the phone.
Gold Honor Roll students must earn a cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 4.0 and a minimum mark of A-. This represents an A average or that of demonstrating an overall advanced level in a semester’s course work. Silver Honor Roll students must earn a cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.5 and a minimum mark of B-. This represents a B average or that of demonstrating an overall proficient level in a semester’s course work. The Honor Roll is published at the end of each semester. Finally, students that earned a NG (no grade) or F (fail) on their semester report card do not qualify for Honor Roll status.