Reporting Student Progress
The report card reflects that children are responsible for their own success. A student’s progress will be reported to parents formally on the report card twice a school year; at the end of the second and fourth quarters. Understanding concepts, demonstrating skill development, and personal growth and social development will be indicated on our developmental continuum: beginning, progressing and consistently demonstrating. Student progress will be measured through written assessments, performance standards, and teacher observation. Therefore, attendance and effort contribute to the student’s success. It is intended that the report card be used as one component of total communication between home and school.
The student who is self motivated, consistently participating in class activities and is prepared to learn bringing necessary supplies earns an effort grade of 1.
The student who is participating in class activities and is prepared to learn bringing necessary supplies earns on effort grade of 2.
The student who inconsistently participates in class activities and is unprepared to learn earns an effort grade of 3.