Schloβ Spetzgart School
Private Secondary School for Girls – Home Economics
Branch of the Schloβ Salem School
For Gisela Schertling
Pupil in the 7th Class [11th grade] of the Secondary School for Girls, Home Economics
From the time: Christmas [sic] 1939 to Easter 1940
General evaluation of the character and intellectual efforts [of the student]:
Gisela is diligent. She could participate a little livelier in class.
I. PE Calisthenics, Gymnastics, Sports: Satisfactory
II. German language instruction:
III. Natural Sciences and Mathematics
IV. Women’s Subjects
Garden work: –
Health and Hygiene: Good
Occupational Classes: Good
V. Foreign Languages
VI. Religion: Good
Spetzgart, March 14, 1940
Director of the School: /Signed: Dr. O. Engelhardt/
Teacher: /Signed: Dr. Altrogge? Stregge?/
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Sequence of Grades for Knowledge and Achievement. (As of October 1, 1938)
1 [= A] Very good. Clearly exceeds “good”.
2 [= B] Good. Substantially above average.
3 [= C] Satisfactory. Fully valued normal achievement without reservations.
4 [= D] Adequate. Adequate achievement, even if not without weaknesses.
5 [= D-] Poor. Insufficient achievement. However, evidence exists that improvement is possible.
6 [= F] Fail. Completely unsatisfactory achievement. No good basis. Improvement not possible.
Source: April 7, 1943 petition from Karl Götz to People’s Court