MESC appreciates your patience and commitment to students during these unprecedented times. Many of you likely have questions regarding report cards and what these will look like for your child(ren). MESC is dedicated to its vision of promoting confident, competent, and resilient Cree-speaking students. To do this, we recognize that all of our children are unique and special. Therefore, the information outlined below are guidelines that reflect MESC’s process for the final June report card but are flexible based on individual student circumstances.
For students who engaged in the learning packages and online learning who were on track to pass as of March 15, the final grade may be higher than the student’s grade as of March 15; however, it should not be lower than the student’s grade as of March 15.
For students who were on track to pass as of March 15, the final grade will remain equivalent to their standing as of March 15.
For students who were not on track to pass as of March 15, all opportunities, such as Credit Recovery, will be presented to get them on track. After consultation with the student, parent/guardian(s), a final grade of withdrawal (WDR) may be assigned.
MESC recognizes that students are in unique circumstances that can present a challenging learning environment. Teachers and principals are committed to taking individual circumstances into consideration and responding in an appropriate manner that best serves the student. For further details regarding how schools are responding to high school student marks, please click the following link.
We want all of our families to know that we are in this together. If you have any questions or concerns regarding learning from home, please contact your child(ren)’s teacher and we will do our best to provide you with a timely response. Your patience, commitment, and dedication to the continuation of learning for students are recognized and appreciated.