T h e i n q u i r y t e a m
The Homelessness Project
DRIVING QUESTION: Who are the homeless, how did they get there, and how can we help those in Sonoma County?
Benchmark 1: Discover the Issue
Benchmark 2: Represent the Issue
Bridge to B3: Prepare to Regroup
Benchmark 3: Question Creation
Benchmark 4: Pathway Research
Bridge to B5: Outline
Benchmark 5: Report of Findings
Benchmark 6: Devise Pathway Shunt
Benchmark 7: Implement
Benchmark 8: Exhibit
Below you will find links to the various Spotblocks (or content area classes) at Northwest Prep. Here you will find links and pertinent information on current work.
Things to Know about the Checklists
The checklist links at left are designed to aid students and parents in their quest to stay informed about student progress in all core classes at Northwest Prep.
In alignment with the new assessment templates introduced for Fall semester, the new system tracks progress across four dimensions:
Also consistent across the checklists is a set of symbols
1 = below expectations
2 = meets some expectations
3 = meets expectations
4 = exceeds expectations
X = turned in / shared
0 = not turned in / not shared
inc = work is incomplete*
Red text indicates the item was late
In certain cases teachers will use alternative grading scales, and will make clear their method in that column.
*An incomplete does not necessarily indicate an expectation (or option) to complete past due work; instead it simply states that the work was not finished enough to warrant adequate assessment.