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Florida students waiting on end-of-year report cards

Many Florida students are still waiting on their end-of-year report cards, because school officials couldn't calculate their grades without the state's "end of course assessments."

The assessments are required for several middle and high school courses, such as Algebra and History.
They make up 30% of the final grade for each course.

The state released the assessments Monday.

Escambia County School Superintendent Malcolm Thomas says report cards will be in the mail as soon as possible.
"Be patient with us. This is beyond our control. We had to wait for data to arrive. Now that it's here, we're processing as quick as we can. We're going to get those report cards in your hand as soon as possible."

Thomas says you can look at your child's grades so far on the District's Parent Portal.
You can get to that site by going to weartv.com and clicking on newslinks.