Academic Progress


School Board Policy EIA

Each child develops physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially at an individual rate. Therefore, for some children, more than twelve years of public education are necessary to achieve the minimal standards of an appropriate education. Placement in elementary, middle and junior high school grade levels will be based upon:

  • Maturity (emotional, social, mental, and physical)

  • Chronological age

  • School attendance

  • Effort

  • Progress and grade marks achieved.

  • Standardized test results

A team including the principal, teachers and parents will convene to review all data to determine the need for retention or promotion.

Progress Reports and Grades

At the end of each nine-week period, progress reports/grades are prepared for students and parents. Parents are invited to contact their child’s teacher with questions.

Grading Scale: A=90-100




F=Below 59.5

Parent/Teacher Conferences

Parents are encouraged to attend parent/teacher conferences due to the importance of working together for the student’s education and keeping communication open and ongoing. Parent/teacher conference days are noted on the district calendar.


School Board Policy EFBCA-R3

The Parent Portal allows students/parents access to information about their schedule, attendance, and grades via the web and mobile apps.

More information is available at

Stillwater Pioneer Virtual Academy

Specifics tracking of student progress for our virtual students is a little different that for our traditional in-person students. Information about tracking SPVA student progress can be found in the SPVA Student Progress section. The progress of SPVA students taking in-person electives along with their virtual classes may be monitored using a mixture of the methods above and those listed under the SPVA Student Progress section.

Updates, Changes, or ClarificationPlease submit any updates, changes, reports of incorrect information or requests for clarification to [email protected].