Report Card Pick-Up and Parent-Teacher Conferences begin this week. Track E pick-up and Parent/Teacher Conferences are taking place today and tomorrow, November 2 and 3; Regular Track is scheduled for November 16 and 17.
In addition, 2011 School Progress Report Cards are now available. This year, we are making significant strides to offer parents a clear, data-rich view of each school’s performance.
While we have offered information to parents in the past, this year’s School Progress Report Card presents new data that more accurately measures how each school is helping to prepare every student to be college and career ready. Scores in this Progress Report Card provide a baseline that will help principals, teachers, families and the community to establish goals and action plans to improve student performance.
Take advantage of the following tools designed to help parents and community members understand the new School Progress Report Cards by going to our Performance page or reading our Guide to Understanding the SY2011 School Progress Report Card .
School Progress Report Cards – available in English and Spanish – will be provided to parents at Report Card Pick-Up. View mock ups of the School Progress Report Cards:
We want to hear from you! Share your thoughts and suggestions regarding the new School Progress Report Card via a survey here . We value your input, as it will help us continue to build on the School Progress Report Card!
Report Card Pick-Up / Parent-Teacher Conference Schedule
The Track E schedule is as follows:
- Wednesday, Nov. 2: Elementary School Parent/Teacher Conferences and Report Card Pick-Up (No classes for elementary students)
- Thursday, Nov. 3: High School Parent/Teacher Conferences and Report Card Pick-Up (No classes for high school students)
The Regular Track (Track R) schedule is as follows:
- Wednesday, Nov. 16: Elementary Parent/Teacher Conferences and Report Card Pick-Up (No classes for elementary students)
- Thursday, Nov. 17: High School Parent/Teacher Conferences and Report Card Pick-Up (No classes for high school students)
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