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Grading Policy

Grading Policy

 

We are Polex. We establish balance between what is and what should be.

Our Policies and Expectations (P&E) are unlike any you have encountered before, Visitor, so read each of these words in each of these quests carefully.

We will begin with grades so that we may dispense with grades.

You currently have an A and you are expected to maintain that A—all year long.

All that is required is that you try your best, don’t give up, learn from your mistakes, and play by the rules. There is no homework. There are no tests. There are no loopholes. There are no tricks.

Those who accept these freedoms and responsibilities will succeed. Those who do not, will fail.

If you think being asked to try your best, not give up, learn from your mistakes, and play by the rules is unfair, contact your guidance counselor and take a different elective because our Grading Policies are non-negotiable.

After all that, some of you will still not believe we speak the truth. That is a mistake. As a result, you will not succeed unless you learn from your mistake and try to understand again.

CLICK STAGE 2 IF YOU UNDERSTAND. READ THE WORDS AGAIN IF YOU DO NOT.

 

 

The following video explains our Grading Policy. Watch, listen, and learn.

Please use this link if the video below does not work.

Please use this link if the video below does not work.


 

If you haven't already, please click on the Grading link at the top of the page so you'll always know where to find the Grit-Based-Rubric info.

Read the text then click through to stage 3 when you're confident that you understand.

 

 

Do you understand, Visitor? Please watch these SHORT videos just to make certain.

Please use this link if the video below does not work.

Here is the version of the restricted video below

 

 
Okay, click through to verify you understand the Grit-Based Rubric, that you'll try your best, you won't give up, you'll learn from your mistakes, and you'll play by the rules.

 

 

Now you won't ever need to worry about your grade, sacoulson.

Focus on learning and the rest will come naturally.

If you don't understand you might want to watch the videos again because the Policies Fail is the consequence.

If you're sure, the next quest in the chain may be found below.

Now continue on by beginning the next quest list in the chain below. A quest chain is a series of quests that must all be complete in sequence. These quests will always be listed at the bottom of any quest that is part of a quest chain.

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