Report Cards and Progress Reports

Report cards are sent home every nine weeks to provide information about your child’s progress in school, including grades, behavior and attendance. Grades reflect a teacher’s assessment of your child’s classroom performance based on tests, projects, checklists, classroom assignments, homework and classroom observations. A teacher may indicate on the report card that a conference is needed. Please contact your child’s teacher if you have any questions about your child’s progress in school. Midway through the grading period, each child takes home a progress report so that the student and the parents or guardians will have an idea of how the student is progressing. If needed, a parent may request a weekly progress report.