|Report Card Basics|
1 st GRADE REPORT CARD BASICS
The grading measures for 1st Grade have been revised this year. In addition, students in 1st Grade will be receiving a report card for every marking period (in the past, they did not receive a report card for the 1st marking period).
Below are definitions of how your child will be graded this year in academic areas.
4 – Exemplary (Performance exceeds grade level benchmark without prompting from the teacher).
Clarification: A score of 4 is considered outstanding/exemplary work; above and beyond what is considered “accomplished”. A score of 4 is NOT a score that show improvement or grade level expectations. It shows work that is WELL ABOVE grade level expectations.
3 – Accomplished (Performance meets grade level benchmark with some prompting from the teacher).
Clarification: A score of 3 is considered 1 st Grade level work.
2 – Developing (Performance indicates progress towards grade level benchmark with prompting from the teacher)
1 – Area of Concern (Performance indicates insufficient progress towards grade level benchmark)
N/A – Not assessed this marking period
Below is how your child will be graded in Character and Work Habits.
Character/Work Habits Key
S – Satisfactory
N – Needs Improvement
Please be aware that student grades for their Special Subjects will be provided by that particular teacher. Students will be graded based on Achievement and Learning and Social Skills.
If you have any questions regarding grading or the new report card, please feel free to contact your child’s teacher.