Report cards are sent home after each semester. The main purpose of these report cards is to give parents/guardians information on whether or not their child is progressing appropriately. Parents/guardians are invited to attend individual student conferences two times during the year in October/November and March.
Reporting Grades to Parents/Guardians
4=ADVANCED (Exceeds the standard with independence; Exceeds expectation for this time of year)
3=PROFICIENT (Meets the standard with independence; Meets expectations for this time of year)
2=PARTIALLY PROFICIENT (Making progress toward the standard with support; Meets basic expectations for this time of year)
1=NOT PROFICIENT (Lacking expected progress toward the standard; Does not meet basic expectations for this time of year)
N/A=Not assessed at this time
Middle School 6-8
Mid-quarter reports will be sent home with students if receiving a grade lower than a “C-”. Report cards are distributed to the students to take home one week after the last day of the quarter.
Parents/Guardians and students have access to student grades via Student Access and Family Access. Scores as they appear on Student Access and Family Access should be considered unofficial. In the unlikely event of discrepancies between the teacher electronic gradebook and Student/Family Access, the teacher gradebook shall be the official record of all grades.
High School 9-12
Report cards are posted in Family Access four (4) times each year. Students and parents/guardians will be able to access their report cards via Family Access electronically after grades are posted each marking period. Posting dates will be published in school announcements and newsletters.
Last modified: June 21, 2023