Corrections, Redos, and Retakes Policy
To correct an assignment means that the student did not follow the directions correctly on the assignment. In this case, the teacher may ask the student to correct and return the assignment. Corrections are completed at the teacher's discretion.
To redo an assignment means the the student is expected to do the assignment again because the learning standard has not been met. The teacher may meet with the student to review the skills addressed on the assignment. Student should correct the errors and resubmit. Redos are completed at the teacher's discretion.
To retake a test or quiz, the student can fill out the Retake Request digital form linked below. On this form, students will need to answer some reflection questions. Students must complete the Retake Request digital form within one day of the return of the graded assessment to submit a request. Once students receive their scored test or quiz, one week will be given to make up the test or quiz; however, this may be adjusted upon the teacher’s discretion.
Prior to taking the retake, students must complete the following items that their teacher feels will help he/she improve on the retake:
- For the unit of study, complete and turn in all required assignments.
- Complete and/or correct the study guide.
- Review and correct the original test.
- Provide evidence of additional studying/preparation for the retake (ex. study notes, note cards, Google slides presentation, review with teacher, Quizlet)
The Retake Request digital form must be printed and signed by a parent/guardian prior to scheduling a retake. Any scheduled review meetings throughout the retake process must be attended. Failure to attend or being unprepared for a scheduled meeting will result in a forfeit of the student’s retake opportunity. Often times, students may need to come in early (7:30am), stay in at recess, or stay after school to retake a test or quiz. Please remember that retakes are at the teacher’s discretion and can be denied if circumstances warrant it.
Link to the Digital Retake Request Form