Martin Luther King JR Day Holiday
January 21, 2019
3rd Quarter Progress Reports
February 8, 2019
3rd Quarter Parent-Teacher Conference
March 25, 2019
Our mission at John F. Kennedy High School is to develop our island students to become globally primed high achievers.
Week of April 22 – April 26, 2019 JFK wins Championship in Engineering Design: Congratulations to Team Yeti and Ms. Colette Beausoliel for winning the Real World Design Challenge in Washington, D.C. on April 13th. JFK Students: Yvan Chu, Nyah Chamberlain, Jean...
Hafa Adai Parents! The following items outlined in these next four pages are meant to give you an idea of some of the major policy implications of moving towards a Standards-Based Grading (SBG) system. As you will see, SBG is not one complete system that can be adopted all at once, but rather a set of grading principles that have to be addressed separately and eventually adopted by the Guam Education Board. Some of the policy items can be addressed together in one or two policies, while others concern specific practices that will need to be considered separately. In all cases, however, they will require a number of discussions with you as stakeholders before we bring our proposals to the Board. Over the next school year, the division of Curriculum and Instruction, working with our schools, intents to answer any questions you may have about SBG and obtain your input into these policies before we present them to the Board for their ultimate consideration.
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