The Quincy Public Schools is proud to introduce the district’s newly created Standards-Based Report Card for students in grades 1-5. A committed group of Elementary, ELL, and Special Education teachers, as well as Principals, have worked diligently over the course of the past year to develop this new reporting tool that will more effectively communicate your child’s progress.
After completing considerable research on this topic, collecting and reviewing similar reporting instruments from other communities, Quincy Public Schools is proud to report that we are ready and eager to implement a standards-based report card that reflects the Common Core standards as embedded in the 2011 Massachusetts State Frameworks. Our standards-based report card uses academic performance levels that are observable and objective. The standards themselves are grade-level benchmarks that specify what students should know and be able to do at each grade-level. They serve as a basis for our curriculum, instruction and assessments. The standards-based report card will be available for parents via Aspen, our district’s student information system.
As we transition to this new reporting tool, please do not hesitate to contact your child’s teacher or principal with any questions.
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