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Report Card Guidelines
Grades are taken for:
English Language Arts
Within each of these subjects grades are broken down into categories and have weighted percentages.
English Language Arts is comprised of:
Foundational Skills (30%) would be phonics assessments such as spelling tests. It also includes reading fluency and accuracy grades as well as sight word checks.
Comprehension (40%) grades are taken from reading assessments and comprehension activities. . At the beginning of the year we will primarily focus on listening comprehension. Teacher will read passage, questions, and answer choices. Students will work toward become independent readers.
Communication (30%) grades include but are not limited to writing prompts, grammar checks, book responses, handwriting activities, speaking and listening exercises.
Mathematics is comprised of:
Assessments (50%) are created by a team at the district level.
Participation (20%) Student engagemenet in class assignments and discussions.
Classwork/Practice (30%) Work done in small group and independently at math centers. These grades are sometimes taken from the workbook pages, math journals or checkpoint quizzes.
Science is comprised of:
Assessments (40%) Our assessments will primarily come from Stemscopes and will reflect mastery of information we've covered using Stemscopes curriculum.
Science Notebooks (30%) are kept in the classroom. These notebooks contain lab write ups, observations, diagrams, data records, vocabulary, labeled drawing, etc. Not all assignments are graded but if one is the students are told beforehand. Each assignment is graded with a rubric.
Classwork/Participation (30%) is daily assignments, quizzes and lab participation.
Social Studies is broken into:
Performance Based Tasks (55%) are projects or presentations that are graded with a rubric. Assessments are also available through various textbooks and resources.
Classwork/Participation (45%) are not limited to but can be daily assignments, discussions, projects or quizzes.
This website/app allows the teacher to give points for positive behaviors and take away points for negative behaviors. Parents receive an invite through their cellphone or email and can monitor their child’s behavior. Class Dojo points are exchanged for eagle bucks that can be used in our classroom store, for campus events and the eagle cart. We will still continue to use our daily "color" behavior chart. Each student will start the day on E. He/she will have the opportunity to move up to E+. Your child's "color" will also correspond to his/her percentage of Class Dojo.
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