Each subject-competency is given a specific weighting (in percent form). Weightings will appear on the report card to help parents understand how each subject result has been arrived at.
Here is an example of how a subject result is calculated:
For each subject, a class average will be automatically calculated.
The comment “See IEP- Regular Program with Adaptations
” will appear for students
with special needs following a regular program with adaptations as indicated on their
Individual Educational Plan (IEP).
The comment “See IEP- Modified Program
(Result not included in class average) will
appear for students with an Individual Educational Plan (IEP) who follow a modified
program. These students will receive percentage marks based on their IEP and will
not be included in the class average.
The competencies are described on the report card in user-friendly language.
One or more cross-curricular competencies will be evaluated each school year. The
choice of the cross-curricular competency(ies) is left up to each school.
Teachers Comment Box
Comments reflect student achievement, work habits, effort, strengths and areas in need
Reflection is an important process in learning. Self-evaluation is a valuable skill which
helps children reflect and make judgments about their own successes and challenges.
The self-evaluation section remains, however, the legend has been changed to:
5- Always 4- Most of the time 3- Sometimes 2- Rarely 1- Never
Feedback from parents is always appreciated. Your signature is a confirmation that you
have read your child’s report card.
WHAT DOES THIS LOOK LIKE ON THE REPORT CARD?