Students & Parents

This section contains all the information that parents and guardians need to know to make sure their students are successfully educated at Toledo Public Schools. 

Student Expectations

Students are expected to be respectful to other students and adults at all times. They must sign and be in compliance with contracts that relate to academics, behavior, attendance and Rocket Stages.

The Academic Contract stipulate that students must be proficient academically, earning a minimum passing grade of C- according to the following schedule:

Freshmen must be pass 75% of their high school schedules
Sophomores must pass 80% of their high school schedules
Juniors must pass 90% of their high school and college schedules
Seniors must pass 95% of their high school and college schedules
NOTE: The grade scale is based on the grade scale for The University of Toledo:
96-100 A
93-95 A-
91-92 B+
88-90 B
85-87 B-
82-84 C+
78-81 C
75-77 C-
Less than 75: Non-Proficient
*Please note there are no Ds at Toledo Early College

The Attendance Contract is based on yearly vs. semester attendance.

Tardy to class three times: Detention assigned and absence recorded for the period.
Four absences: Grade will be dropped by one letter.  For example, an A- will become a B-
Six absences: Grade will be F-

Additional Graduation Requirements:
Complete Rocket Stages Each Semester
Complete Measurements of Academic Progress (MAP) Tests Each Semester
Follow the school dress code
Remain eligible to participate in all extra curricular activities and events by avoiding Saturday School and/or Detentions
Behavior Contract

Treat everyone respectfully.
Fights and/or physical altercations will result in permanent expulsion

Requirements of Parents

 Parents and guardians are expected to attend mandatory parent conferences, one each semester.

They also are required to volunteer 10 hours per year for school-related events. A calendar of school and community-related events will be published twice a year that will list qualifying activities. Each time a parent completes an approved activity, a staff member will sign a volunteer log. Volunteer logs are submitted twice a year, as verification that all volunteer commitments have been met.

Teachers encourage parent communication through email, conferences, on-line grade programs, telephone calls, etc. Questions and/or concerns are addressed immediately. We also have a strong and active Parent Teacher Association.