• Reports to Parents

    Elementary

    The school year is divided into three (3) report periods referred to as trimesters (approximately 62 days each).  Click the link for more detailed information regarding trimesters.

    Report cards will be available on the Home Access Center (HAC) within two (2) weeks after the report period closes.  Printed report cards are no longer issued to pupils.

    These reports will contain either O, S, N (K - 2) or the traditional A - F letter grades (3 - 5) for most subjects.  They will also have competencies filled out to show current student success with the standards and student progress throughout the year.  Please refer to the board policy on grading (#213) for more detailed information.

    In addition to the report card, parent-teacher conferences are scheduled at the end of the 1st and 2nd reporting period. Parent-teacher conferences often assist in better understanding of a child's progress.  Conferences can also be requested by parents at any time by calling the school office.  Teachers often arrange conferences with parents.  Conferences must be held at a time that will not interfere with the instructional program of the class.

    Secondary 

    The school year is divided into four (4) marking periods (approximately 46 days each).  Report cards will be available on the Home Access Center (HAC) within two (2) weeks after the report period closes.  Printed report cards are no longer issued to pupils.

    Counselors may be contacted about report cards.  Appointments may be made at your convenience to review student progress, test scores and educational plans.

    Progress reports to parents will be available on the Home Access Center (HAC) at the end of the fifth week in each marking period.

    Middle School Only: In addition to the report card, parent-teacher conferences are scheduled two (2) times during the school year. Parent-teacher conferences often assist in better understanding of a child's progress.  

     
Last Modified on September 12, 2019