Feel free to request a conference with your child's teacher to discuss his or her progress and ways you can support learning in and out of school.
All K-5 students receive a report card at the end of each nine-week reporting period.
Levels 1 to 4 indicate whether your child met expectations set by the state's Standard Course of Study. These levels also indicate whether he or she has the necessary skills and concepts to be successful in the next quarter or next grade.
Level 4 - Exemplary
Student consistently demonstrates an in-depth understanding of the standards, concepts and skills taught during this reporting period.
Level 3 - ProficientStudent consistently demonstrates an understanding of the standard, concepts and skills taught during this reporting period.
Level 2 - Approaching ProficiencyStudent is approaching an understanding of the standards, concepts and skills taught during this reporting period.
Level 1 - Non-ProficientStudent does not yet demonstrate an understanding of the standards, concepts and skills taught during this reporting period.
Students receive grades (1, 2 or 3), separate from the content area, for conduct and work habits. In reporting on conduct, the teacher can indicate whether the student meets expectations in cooperating with others, respecting others and observing rules and procedures. In reporting on work habits, the teacher can indicate whether the student uses time wisely, listens carefully, completes assignments, writes legibly, works independently or seeks help when needed, and completes work. The following descriptors will be used:
Your child also will receive a report of progress in specials (Healthful Living, Music, Visual Arts and World Language) at the end of each semester. Additional specials and/or magnet electives will appear on a report card addendum.