Understanding Your Child's Report Card


Your child's report card is designed to convey valuable insights into their academic progress while highlighting our commitment to high-quality instruction rooted in standards-based learning practices. The priority standards represent the essential knowledge and skills your child should acquire at each grade level. They serve as the foundation of our curriculum and instruction, ensuring that your child receives a well-rounded education.

Performance Level Assessment

To assess your child's progress, we use a performance level system ranging from 1 to 3. Each priority standard is evaluated using this system, offering a clear indication of your child's development in each area.

Level 3:  Consistently - The learner is meeting grade level expectations for this point in the school year. Performance is characterized by thorough understanding of concepts and skills.

Level 2:  Progressing - The learner is progressing toward grade level expectations for this point in the school year.  Performance is characterized by the ability to apply skills expected with guidance and support to successfully engage in tasks aligned to this standard. Performance varies regarding accuracy, quality, and level of support needed

Level 1:  Inconsistently - The learner is not yet meeting grade level expectations for this point in the school year. Performance does not yet demonstrate understanding of concepts and skills expected. Performance is inconsistent even with guidance and support.

Beginning in Grades 4 and 5, your child's progress for the core academic subjects will be evaluated using a letter grading system.  

We encourage you to review the report card with your child, celebrating successes and discussing areas for improvement. Report cards are an opportunity for meaningful conversations and collaborative efforts to support your child's growth.

Please click on the links below to view the detailed rubrics for your child's report card.


Report Card Rubrics