Report Cards and Progress Reports

  • Our report cards and progress reports use A, above grade level; O, on grade level; and B, below grade level for academic grades. 

    A, above grade level, is earned when the student is a FULL YEAR ahead of their current grade level at that point in the year.

    O, on grade level, indicates your student is on grade level ... which covers all traditional letter grades of A-D. So if your child is "on grade level", they could still be struggling with meeting grade level expectations. I will do my best to provide information regarding skills your child has mastered, needs additional work on, or is struggling with.

    B, below grade level, is straightforward and means the student's work is not meeting grade level expectations.

    If you have any questions, please let me know so we can work together to ensure your student meets grade level expectations.