The Douglas School progress report is one part of the elementary school process for reporting student progress and performance. The process includes weekly or bi-weekly class folders that contain school work for parent attention, fall conferences scheduled in October or November which provide a one on one opportunity with the classroom teacher to discuss child progress, along with three progress reports. The three progress reports are delivered at the fall conference, in February and in June.
The progress report describes your child’s progress toward learning standards and expectations in each subject area and in social and emotional learning.
The progress report is built upon the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks. However, progress report items are not exactly the same as benchmarks or learning standards. Because there are so many standards in each subject, only the most essential skills and concepts are reflected on the progress report. These are clustered into strands or domains that reflect the way each subject area is organized. Therefore, a single report card category may include several benchmarks or learning standards. It is important to remember that regardless of the time of year, your child’s progress is being measured according to learning expectations, not in comparison to other children in the class or grade.
The progress report has a 4-point scale used to indicate academic performance. This is used exclusively in grades 1-5. Grade 6 uses both the 4-point scale and a more traditional A-C letter-grade system. Grade 5 uses this system the last reporting term.
Your child’s performance level will be indicated with 4, 3, 2, 1 as described below.
KEY TO LETTER GRADE PERFORMANCE (6th Grade)
97-100 A+ 87-89 B+ 77-79 C+ Note:
94-96 A 84-86 B 74-76 C Below 70 - Having Difficulty90-93 A- 80-83 B- 70-73 C-
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