All Idaho schools are required to adopt a middle level policy whereby all students in grades six through eight will earn one middle level credit per semester for each passed course with a grade of D or above. Algebra I, Advanced Algebra, Geometry, Foreign Language, credits can count toward high school graduation as elective credits.
Students in grades six, seven and eight must pass 80% of their classes each year to progress to the next grade level. In addition, if a student fails two semesters of the same course in Math, Science, Social Studies, or English, the course will need to be repeated.
If student is in jeopardy of not meeting the promotion requirements, a Panel Review will take place. The Panel will include the student’s teacher team, counselor, and administrator. The Panel shall specify a Remediation Plan for school success. Students who are required to complete a Remediation Plan must submit their completed plan to the Moscow Middle School Principal at least thirty days before the start of the next school year to be considered for promotion. If a student successfully completes the Remediation Plan, he/she will be promoted. If the plan is not successfully completed, the student will be retained.