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Elementary Report Card

​Elementary school progress reports are completed at the end of each trimester, early December, mid-March, and at the end of the school year.  All progress reports are intended to convey different types of important information.
  • Behavior Progress: How a student learns.
  • This section of the progress report addresses those classroom behaviors which are key to school success, such as managing responsibilities and communicating with others.
  • A student will receive a C, G or R to indicate current performance in each area:

        C--Consistently

        G--Generally

        R--Rarely/Sometimes (Needs Improvement)

  • Academic Performance: What a student learns.
  • This progress report provides information on your student's current level of performance in Reading, Writing, Language, Speaking and Listening, Mathematics (all aligned to the Common Core State Standards) and Science, Social Studies, Health, Physical Education, Music, and Visual Arts.  
  • A student will receive a 4, 3, 2, or 1 to indicate current performance in each area, based on the end of the year grade level expectations.  The scoring guide or rubric which provides a description of each level (1-4) for each learning target can be viewed on the district website or obtained through the teacher. A "1" should be accompanied by a teacher comment or additional communication.  An X is used when an area has not been assessed or when there is not enough information.  

        4--Highly Proficient

        3--Proficient

        2--Nearing Proficiency

        1--Developing

  • Learning Progress: How a student is progressing.
  • This section describes your student's progress over time.  A student may be performing below expectations for a grade level but still have made significant progress during the trimester. Alternately, a student may be performing at or above standard academically, but only making minimal progress.  It is important that students of all developmental abilities are making steady or significant progress.  A " - " should be accompanied by a teacher comment or additional communication.  
  • A student will receive either a  +  =  or  -  to indicate current progress in each area:

        +   for significant progress

        =   for steady progress

        -   for minimal progress


Supporting Information:

These links will display the Elementary Progress Reports for 2014-2015​ :
Kindergarten:
Grade 1:
Grade 2:
Grade 3:
Grade 4:
Grade 5: