Dyscalculia: A Specific Mathematics Disability
Have you ever wondered why some students excel in math and others struggle? Disabilities in math are often missed in the early years because students are learning many basic skills through memorization. This misdiagnose can affect a continue on into high school with a parent ever knowing. Read more about Dyscalculia: Understood: Math Disability, and Understood: Dyscalculia Sources.
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are expected to maintain passing grades in all classes. Academic eligibility will be determined at the end of each quarter; fall sport eligibility is based upon the previous year’s quarter 4 report card.
Students who are identified as having an ‘F’ (IB grade of 1) in any course at the end of a quarter will be deemed academically ineligible for the following quarter.
Any student with more than two (2) ‘D’ grades (IB score of 2) at the end of a quarter will be deemed academically ineligible for the following quarter. For more information read the 2018-19 SHS Athletic Handbook.
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