High School Reporting
Student progress reports provides students, parents/guardians and teachers with information required to assist students to recognize their strengths and areas of improvement. Student performance is generally assessed in relation to grade level Provincial Learning Outcomes. In grades 9 - 12, this is expressed through a percentage score.
Reporting includes regular communication, both formal and informal, about students' progress. The communication is with the teacher, students, and parent/guardian for the purpose of recognizing and supporting learning. There is a recognized value to include students as part of the reporting process by helping to identify their efforts, accomplishments and their learning needs. This practice enables students to develop responsibility for their learning.
Parents/guardians have access to student grades and attendance in real time at the following link.
More information to come as Pilot Teachers utilize outcomes in GradeBook.