New this year at Lebanon High School!
At the end of Semester 1 and Semester 2, your student will receive their first employability score report. It is separate from the report card and transcript.
When students apply for local employment, some employers will request a copy as part of the application process. The score is also a great way to receive feedback on a student’s effort, leadership, cooperation, and responsibility in the classroom.
Students in grades 6-12 in the Lebanon Community School District will receive employability scores twice a year, at the end of each semester. The employability scores will be cumulative over their high school career.
The score is based on:
- 40% Attendance (Based on student attendance percentage)
- 20% Timeliness (Based on student unexcused tardy count)
- 10% Behavior (Based on student incidents of inappropriate behavior)
- 30% Soft Skills (Based on 7 teachers providing 2 scores for each student – using a scoring guide – the first score looks at assignment completion, accuracy, and timeliness. The second score considers the student’s ability to work well with others in class. These fourteen (assuming the student has 7 classes) scores are averaged together to create this soft skills score.)
Detailed information below: