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The elementary report card was designed to communicate to parents and students information on specific standards or competencies in all subjects. Each academic competency receives a grade of 4, 3, 2, or 1 depending on how far your child has progressed toward "meeting" the end of year expectation.
Here's how the scale works
Find parent-friendly activities designed to help you support classroom instruction and help your child better understand and meet the standards.
In the future, we hope to extend this site to include our own standards-based resources for 6th-12th grade students. However...
ParentToolkit.com is an excellent resource to learn what your child needs to know at every grade level. Their academic growth charts for each grade present benchmarks to help parents understand course material and how to support your kids.
Planning for post-high school life is exciting, and it's never too early to start. Whether your child is considering a four-year university, community college or military service, advance preparation ensures that your child has the chance to explore all the opportunities available.Find resources to support your child's next steps after high school »
An effective parent/teacher relationship is one of the main ingredients in student achievement. Working together, parents and teachers can support the whole child - this means positive development and growth academically as well as socially and emotionally.Get our advice on having a parent/teacher conference and find some questions you can ask to determine how you can support your child at home »
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