A Message from Mrs. Jones
Summer Solstice has come and gone and we are all preparing for the true start of summer . . . the end of the school year. Our school is buzzing with lots of activities and excitement for finishing off a full year of learning.
We know everyone has many memories, connections and new learning from this school year and there is a lot to look forward to as the school year winds down. One of the ways we share our learning is through report cards.
Report cards are one way the school informs parents about their child’s progress and achievement. We know it’s important for parents to understand how their children are doing in school. Students receive a report card mid-way through the school year and at the end of the school year. A student’s report card corresponds to ongoing assessment done by his/her teachers.
Daily, ongoing assessment and report cards are not separate. They inform each other. Both are based on outcomes from the Alberta Programs of Study and inform next steps for learners and teachers.
Assessing a student’s progress is one of the most important ways teachers support the continued learning of students. You may have questions about your child’s report card, how your child is being assessed in school, and how to read and interpret the report card.
Please visit our CBE FAQ page to find answers to some of your questions and important information on report cards.
Students will be coming home with their reports cards next week: Kinders on Wednesday June 28, Grades 1 - 6 on Thursday June 29.
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