Adjustments as new grading system kicks in

FALLS VILLAGE — The discussion of grading practices continued on Tuesday evening, Feb.6, at Housatonic Valley Regional High School (HVRHS).

HVRHS Principal Jose Martinez thanked the parents and students for attending, and the students in particular for providing feedback in meetings with faculty last week.

The school has changed from traditional letter grades based on a percentage score to a system where any grade beneath 70 percent is designated NYP, for “not yet proficient.”

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