In the 2016-17 school year Dater School transitioned to a standards-based progress report (report card).
A standards-based progress report highlights the most important skills students should learn in each subject at a particular grade level. In our elementary school learning environment, students will receive marks that report student progress toward meeting content and performance standards three times a year. A standards-based progress report allows parents to see how their child is progressing toward a particular standard and gives teachers a better tool for documenting a learner’s progress.
Proficiency levels will be determined by multiple assessments, student work samples, and teacher observations. All of the information will be used to determine how the student is progressing toward the end-of-year standards.
Our new standards-based progress reports will be based on three trimesters (Fall, Winter, and Spring). Progress reports will be posted on the Parent Portal on December 17 (Trimester 1), March 25 (Trimester 2), and June 22 (Trimester 3).
If you have any questions, please contact the main office and we would be happy to help.