Report Cards (Progress Reports)
The first report cards for kindergarten through 3rd grade are given to parents at Parent-Teacher Conferences scheduled in mid-November. Report cards for the second and third quarters are sent home with students the Wednesday after the last day of each quarter. Please sign the report card envelope and return it to your child's teacher. Fourth quarter report cards are sent home with the students the last day of school (no signature/return required). Unsatisfactory student progress is also reported with notices sent home at the mid-point of each marking period.
Status may be achieved each quarter by students in grades 4-6 who earn all grades of A or B in major subjects (reading, language arts, math, science, and social studies). Students who have all grades of A, and meet all other stated requirements, are awarded Principal's Honor Roll status for the quarter. Honor roll students receive appropriate certificates for their academic achievement.
Reporting to parents on the progress of their children is one of the most demanding duties educators have. The following points should be kept in mind when evaluation your child's report cards:
1. Goals should be realistic. All parents want from their children the best work they can produce. Each child is an individual and will progress at rates which are different from others and may change from time to time.
2. Teachers evaluate each child's progress according to the work produced in relation to the child's ability, knowledge and skills.
3. Each child is encouraged to work to his/her full potential at all times.
Should you have any questions pertaining to your child's report card, please ask for a conference with your child's teacher to discuss the matter.