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The elementary reporting system reflects current curriculum and practice, communicates grade level expectations, and reports student progress four times a year. Our goal is that by the end of the school year, students will achieve the learning outcomes listed on the card.
||Area of Concern
||In Progress towards IEP Goals
||Not progressing towards IEP
Every student is expected to make progress toward achievement
of the core curriculum performance standards, however, students may vary in
the speed or extent of the achievement. Authentic assessment tools and strategies
help teacher’s measure student progress.
Students are assessed by many methods to measure their progress,
including teacher observation, checklists, projects, rubrics, work samples,
tests, and demonstrations. Teachers use the report card to document student
learning. Teachers also communicate student progress through a variety of other
ways. Fall conferences provide all parents with direct communication with the
Sample copies of the kindergarten report card are available in
the school office.
Parents are our partners in promoting student success. Attending
conferences, open houses, curriculum nights, and maintaining ongoing communication
with the teacher, the school and your child, positively impact student learning.
Good school attendance is of the utmost importance. Students benefit when schools
and parents work together.
Huron School District complies with all Federal laws and U. S. Department of
Education requirements prohibiting discrimination and does not discriminate
on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status
32044 Huron River Drive
New Boston, Michigan 48164
Richard Naughton, Superintendent
Debra Krauss, Chief Academic Officer
Sandra Regets, Business Manager