Dist. 101 board weighs class-rank options
Changes won’t impact seniors, but future classes may see new approach
Morris Community High School District 101 will not change its class-rank system for the current seniors, but future classes may see some alterations.
Last month the school board asked Principal Kelly Hussey to research some solutions for the glitches with the district's weighted-grade system. At Monday's regular meeting, Hussey and the board discussed this further.
With the transition from a four-block schedule to a traditional seven-period day last year, some upper classmen’s four-year plans were altered due to class options changing, which meant their grade-point average (GPA) potentials could change. As a result, their chances at becoming valedictorian or salutatorian changed as well.
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