Through the fostering of reverence, respect and responsibility, students at St. Therese Catholic School are encouraged and supported to reach their spiritual, intellectual, social-emotional and physical potential in a multi-cultural environment which embraces diversity. As a school community, we believe student learning and academic excellence are our chief priorities, each student is a valued individual with unique needs, the Christian faith witnessed in the school is critical, to our mission and success, teachers, administration, parents and the community share the responsibility for advancing our schools mission. St. Therese adheres to the Diocesan Grading Scale. Grades are averaged and recorded for four nine-week grading periods. The end-of-the-year average determines whether a student is promoted or retained. It is strongly recommended that parents request conferences with teachers every grading period in order to maintain communication regarding progress. The School Board strives to foster excellence in the spiritual, academic and extra-curricular programs of the school by assisting the local school administrator in the implementation of Diocesan policy and in developing local school policy.
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