Superintendent’s Honor Roll
The Superintendent’s Honor Roll is a way to honor students in grades elementary through high school who have achieved high academic scores in the first three nine weeks of the school year. Students who have earned A’s in their core studies will be admitted to the honor roll and will receive a certificate. Those students who have achieved all A’s in their core studies for two or more nine weeks will receive an invitation to the Superintendent Honor Roll breakfast where students are treated to enjoy a delicious breakfast, hear past alumni speakers and receive a medal for their accomplishment.
High school students will be admitted to the honor roll if they have a 95 or above average of all courses for the nine-week grading period. Weighted classes will be factored into their GPA to determine qualification.