Progress Reports – Grades 1-8
Progress reports will be carried home with students in grades 1-8 on Friday, November
The progress report:
· Encourages early and ongoing communication between you and your child’s
· Tells you how well your child is developing in the learning skills and work
habits we know are essential for success
· Continues to report on all academic subjects – such as language, math,
social studies, science and technology – instead of assigning a letter
grade or mark, the progress report will tell you how well your child is
progressing: “very well”, “well” or “with difficulty”.
· Progressing “with difficulty” indicates that your child is not currently
meeting provincial standard (Level 3 or 4).