Reporting Procedures and Report CardsK-4 Student Report Cards
For North Syracuse Central School District students in grades K-4, the school year is divided into three trimesters, with approximately 14 weeks in each trimester. Grade K-4 student report cards will be available online through schooltool™ at the end of each trimester. Exact dates for online reports are listed on the district's online calendar and in student and parent handbooks for each school.
Click here for information about accessing elementary students' report cards on schooltool™ from a PC
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If you are having trouble accessing report cards, please leave a voicemail message at your child’s school.
Click here for additional information about K-4 Standards-Based Report Cards
5-12 Student Report Cards
For grades 5-12, the school year is divided into four quarters, with approximately ten weeks in each quarter. Grade 5-12 student report cards will be available online through schooltool™ at the end of each quarter to indicate to the student and parents how the student is performing. Exact dates for each marking period end and online report card availability are listed on the district's online calendar and in student and parent handbooks for each school.
Also for students in grades 5-12, during each five-week mid-quarter period, caution/progress reports will be available online on an individual basis for students with a grade of 65 or below, or who have dropped ten points.
For students in grades 7-12 who participate in inter-scholastic, co-curricular activities and clubs, an overall average of 70% must be reached in the previous quarter, with not more than one failing course. Throughout the school year, eligibility will be determined quarter by quarter. For example, eligibility for winter activities will be determined by the first quarter grades (in November); eligibility for spring activities will be determined by the second quarter grades (in February); eligibility for fall activities will be determined by fourth quarter grades (in June) of the previous school year. For complete eligibility criteria, see North Syracuse Central School District Board of Education Policy 5200.