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Excellence in Education
Est. 1915
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CLICK ON THE LINKS TO THE LEFT FOR INFORMATION ABOUT EACH ACADEMIC CONTENT AREA.

MEMBERSHIP
A full-time student is defined as one who attends school each day for seven academic periods,
however, the seven periods canbe comprised of on-site and/or Florida/Hillsborough Virtual classes.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS
In all middle school courses, the weighted average of the two nine weeks grades and the district
scaled semester exam must be greater than or equal to 0.5, with at least one passing nine weeks
grade, for the student to pass the semester course.

State End of Course (EOC) exams are mandated by the state for students enrolled in Civics,
Algebra I, Algebra I Honors, Geometry Honors and Biology. EOC exams will be computed as
defined in state statutes or district guidelines. Where the EOC exam is taken and required by
the State or district, the exam weight will be 30% for each semester as per Florida Statutes.

GRADING PROCEDURES FOR MS STUDENTS
Grade reporting periods are at least nine weeks in length.

By the end of the fifth week of each grading period, Interim Progress Reports will be issued to
all WIlson students.  Interim Progress Reports should be returned with parent or guardian signature.

At the end of each grading period, a Progress Report (Report Card) indicating academic
and conduct grades earned in each class will be available for parent and students.

The academic grade reflects learning gains; the conduct grade reflects behavior in the classroom.
In some cases, the conduct grade for a student's homeroom class if affected by behavior
outside the classroom.

For all middle school courses either a semester exam or state End of Course (EOC)
exam is required.

The nine weeks grades and semester exam grades will appear separately on
the Progress Report (Report Card).

The final semester grade is earned based on both nine weeks grades and the
semester exam. Grades are calculated using each nine weeks grade and the
semester exam grade at their designated weight. Weighting of middle school
semester exams depends upon the course and ranges from 15% to 30%.


Letter Grade
Grade Value
A
90-100
B
80-89
C
70-79
D
60-69
F
0-50

TYPICAL STUDENT DAY
Wilson operates on an 8 period day schedule:  1 lunch period and 7 instructional periods.

6th graders take:
1       Lunch
2       English/Language Arts
3       Math
4       Ancient World History
5       Science
6       Reading
7       Physical Education
8       Elective

7th graders take:
1       Lunch
2       English/Language Arts
3       Math
4       Civics
5       Science
6       Physical Education
7       Elective
8       Elective

8th graders take:
1       Lunch
2       English/Language Arts
3       Math
4       US History
5       Science
6       Physical Education
7       Elective
8       Elective