Awards Day Information

Awards Day

 

At Viewmont Elementary, we believe in celebrating the accomplishments of our students every report card period.  We will celebrate the first quarter awards in the classrooms, but will have a formal celebration beginning with the second quarter for grades 3-5.  Listed below are some of the awards that will be celebrated. 

 

Perfect Attendance (9 Weeks) – 2nd Quarter, 3rd Quarter, 4th Quarter   (Ribbon)

Criteria:  Student must have 0 absences and less than 6 tardies and/or 6 early dismissals during the nine week period. 

 

Perfect Attendance (Year) – 4th Quarter (Certificate)

Criteria:  Student must have 0 absences and less than 10 tardies and/or 10 early dismissals during the entire year (2nd, 3rd, and 4th quarter).

 

A Honor Roll (Grades 3-5) (9 Weeks) – 1st Quarter, 2nd Quarter, 3rd Quarter, 4th Quarter (Ribbon)

Criteria:  Student must earn all A’s in the academic subjects and S’s in the special subjects

 

A Honor Roll (Grades 3-5) (Year) – 4th Quarter

Criteria:  Student must earn all A’s in the academic subject areas based on year end average and S’s in the special subjects. 

 

B Honor Roll (Grades 3-5) (9 Weeks) – 1st Quarter, 2nd Quarter, 3rd Quarter, 4th Quarter (Ribbon)

Criteria:  Student must earn a mixture of A’s and B’s or all B’s in the academic subjects and S’s in the special subjects

 

B Honor Roll (Grades 3-5) (Year) – 4th Quarter (Certificate)

Criteria:  Student must earn a mixture of A’s and B’s or all B’s in the academic subject areas based on year end average and S’s in the special subjects. 

 

Reading Goal (Grades K-5) –3rd Quarter, 4th Quarter  (Certificate)

Criteria:  Student must reach his/her individual goal set in the classroom for the 9-week period. 

 

B.U.G. (Bringing Up Grades) (Grades 3-5) – 2nd Quarter, 3rd Quarter, 4th Quarter

Criteria:  Student must maintain (at least a C average in grades 3-5 in all subject areas) and/or brings up at least one grade from one 9-week period to the next.  Students will not be awarded for dropping in one subject area while bringing up another subject area.  A drop is not defined as going from an A+ to an A or A-, B+ to a B or B- or C+ to C.  If a student goes from an A- to a B+ that will be considered a drop in grade. 

 

There may be other awards and recognitions that will take place during these celebrations.