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Tri 3 Report Cards graphic for the 2019-2020 school year

Report cards are just one of many ways that we report on student learning throughout the year. Report card grades reflect student learning, and teachers look at evidence of learning, over time, to determine where students are at in their learning at the time of report cards. 

Because all of Trimester 3 occurred in a flexible learning environment, we wanted to provide a guide specific to Trimester 3 report cards for students in grades K-5 and 6-12 and information on how to access the report cards.

Trimester 3 Elementary Report Cards (Grades K-5)

Guide to Trimester 3 report cards specific for students in grades K-5.

  • All grades received reflect student learning that occurred during Trimester 1, Trimester 2, and/or Trimester 3. Grades for K-5 include:
    • MS: Minimal progress toward standard
    • AS: Approaching the standard
    • S: Met the standard
    • ES: Exceeds the standard
    • You may see two other marks on the report card:
      • An NA indicates that students did not have opportunities to learn this outcome throughout the school year. Any learning outcomes marked as NA for 2019-20 will be addressed in Fall 2020.
      • An NE (No Evidence) grade indicates that students had opportunities to learn this outcome during Trimester 3, but did not submit any evidence of their learning. As a result, there is no evidence to determine where they are at toward meeting the learning outcome.
    • All life skills, for all grade levels, will be marked as NA (Not Reported) for Trimester 3.

Trimester 3 report cards will be available beginning Wednesday, June 10 and can be accessed through Campus Parent Portal. Note, this is the same way families accessed Trimester 2 report cards. Watch a video tutorial on how to access your student’s report card.

Trimester 3 Secondary Report Cards (Grades 6-12)

Guide to Trimester 3 report cards specific for students in grades 6-12.

  • Course grades for Trimester 3 are based on student learning for academic outcomes that were designated in the Trimester 3 overview, developed for each course at Grades 6-12 and shared with students and families in Schoology at the beginning of the trimester.
  • Students will receive a grade of NY (Not Yet) for any courses where they have submitted evidence of learning but have not demonstrated proficiency in their learning to result in a grade of A, B, C, or D. Grades of NY will replace an F for Trimester 3.
    • Students who end Trimester 3 with a grade of NY will be required to participate in summer learning opportunities to continue their learning until they demonstrate proficiency on course learning outcomes that result in a grade of A, B, C, or D.
  • Students will receive a grade of NE (No Evidence) for any courses where they have submitted no or limited evidence of learning in Trimester 3.
    • Students who end Trimester 3 with a grade of NE will be required to participate in summer learning opportunities to continue their learning until they demonstrate proficiency on course learning outcomes that result in a grade of A, B, C, or D.
  • Any course grades that remain at NY (Not Yet) or NE (No Evidence) by early August will turn into an F at that time and continued learning for course learning outcomes, and/or recovery for any lost credits needed for graduation, will occur in Fall of 2020.
  • Some students may receive a grade of P (pass) or NC (no credit) for courses if they followed the process to select this option. The process to make this choice was communicated to students and families throughout the trimester.

Trimester 3 report cards will be available beginning Wednesday, June 10 and can be accessed through Campus Parent Portal. Note, this is the same way families accessed Trimester 2 report cards. Watch a video tutorial on how to access your student’s report card.