You should talk to your principal about this ASAP. Iíve taught in 3 different school districts with 3 different policies:
1. No tolerance for anything below a 70.
2. If itís Pre-ap or AP the child can make whatever grade in it and it doesnít matter.
And where Iím currently sitting:
3. Students can do 1 waiver per year ... and it has to be AP/pre-AP above a 60. That waiver is signed by kid, parent, teacher, and principal and is due the Thursday after the grading period (so today!).
We have a tremendous amount of students taking AP classes when they really belong in on-level, because our school has created a culture of GPA chasing, so I always have a few kids fill out a waiver each year at this time.
So to answer your question, if your district provides waivers you need to stop everything you are doing and figure out how to make that happen RIGHT NOW. Eligibility for the 6-Weeks becomes official at 4pm tomorrow.