Parent criticizes new grading policy at Morris Area High School
MORRIS, Minn. -- Should students who take classes for credit but not a letter grade have those classes included in their high school grade point average, a measurement used to determine class rank and scholarship eligibility?
That was a question raised to the Morris Area School Board on Monday when parent Somkiat Viratyosin told board he disagreed with a new high school policy that would count classes taken pass/fail as part of the student's high school GPA.
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