Elementary Progress Reporting


  • Basics

    Everett Public Schools schedules face to face parent conferences in October and March to allow teachers and parents to partner in supporting student progress. In addition to the fall and spring conferences and updates directly from the classroom teacher throughout the school year,  a formal progress report is sent home in February and June.

     In these reports teachers share progress of student growth as measured by grade level standards in mathematics, communications, reading, writing, science, social studies, fitness, health, visual arts, and music.  In 2011, Washington State adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in literacy and mathematics. This year's progress report standards reflect the instructional shift to the CCSS standards.

     In each area the year standards will be listed. Each semester has clear instructional focus and those assessed areas will have a score reflecting a student's current performance level. Teachers  will also indicate if a student has made significant, steady or minimal progress over the course of a given semester.

    Elementary teachers also take care to provide feedback on how well students exhibit the behaviors the promote learning like self-direction, cooperation and attention to quality.

    View our Elementary Progress  informational letter and example progress reports by grade level and program below: (Letter translations Spanish: Russian)

     

    Kindergarten K-English , Spanish, Russian  
    First G1-EnglishSpanish, Russian  
    Second G2-EnglishSpanish, Russian  
    Third G3-EnglishSpanish, Russian  
    Fourth G4-EnglishSpanish, Russian  
    Fifth G5-EnglishSpanish, Russian  
       

       

    Second Highly Capable G2HC-EnglishSpanish, Russian
    Third Highly Capable G3HC-EnglishSpanish, Russian
    Fourth Highly Capable G4HC-EnglishSpanish, Russian
    Fifth Highly Capable G5HC-EnglishSpanish, Russian