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Elementary Report Cards

Elementary Report Cards

The purpose of the elementary report is to clearly communicate student progress on district standards. Learning standards and benchmarks identify the essential knowledge and skills that are taught and define what students should know and be able to do at each grade level.

The elementary report card describes a student’s progress toward mastery on grade level standards. A lack of proficiency on any standard does not imply failure; it means the student needs to continue to develop in that area. The following performance levels are used to report student progress:

E: Exceeds grade level expectations

M: Meets grade level expectations

P: Progressing toward grade level expectations

B: Beginning foundations for grade level expectations

To help parents better understand the essential knowledge and skills taught at each grade level, a Grade Level Expectations and Resources handout is provided with each report card. This document outlines the skills focused on during the quarter and describes skills that will be focused on next quarter. New this year is the Kindergarten Language Arts Quarter Assessments. This document provides more detail about the skills Kindergarten students focused on during the quarter.

Examples of the Report Card, Grade Level Expectations and Resources, and Kindergarten Language Arts Quarterly Assessments are hyperlinked below. Each of these documents are provided in English, Spanish and Vietnamese.

Report Card Samples – available in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese

English         Spanish         Vietnamese

Grade Level Expectations and Resources – available in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese

Quarter 1          Quarter 2          Quarter 3          Quarter 4