Moore County Schools resolved issues related to a grade calculation error. A software error tweaked some students’ grades.
This resulted in students receiving incorrect end-of-term grades for first and second quarter grades.
“If a student was impacted by this grade scale change, the student was to receive the higher of the two grades,” said the school district on social media Wednesday. “However, if parents or students notice a discrepancy, please contact your school principal.”
The PowerSchool software glitch caused a delay in sending out report cards on the scheduled date of January 24. Moore County Schools announced report cards are going out Thursday.
The grade calculation error affected students across the state.