Student Progress Reports

There are two formal reporting periods and three conference times throughout the year. Written report cards will be issued for children in Grades K to 5 in January and June outlining your child’s progress. Parents are encouraged to maintain on-going communication with teachers regarding their child’s progress and not wait for a scheduled interview time if there is a question or a concern.

Second Language Interpreters

If you would benefit from an interpreter, please contact the school and we will arrange for an interpreter through the Calgary Board of Education.

Appeals of Assigned Grades

If you have concerns about a grade that has been assigned, you should first discuss the assigned grade with the classroom teacher. If the issue remains unresolved, please direct your concern to the Principal in writing and a meeting will be arranged with all concerned stakeholders. One morning is designated near the end of each school year, to allow for appeals that arise from the final report card.

Assessment & Reporting

Student Progress Reports

There are two formal reporting periods and three conference times throughout the year. Written report cards will be issued for children in Grades K to 5 in January and June outlining your child’s progress. Parents are encouraged to maintain on-going communication with teachers regarding their child’s progress and not wait for a scheduled interview time if there is a question or a concern.

Second Language Interpreters

If you would benefit from an interpreter, please contact the school and we will arrange for an interpreter through the Calgary Board of Education.

Appeals of Assigned Grades

If you have concerns about a grade that has been assigned, you should first discuss the assigned grade with the classroom teacher. If the issue remains unresolved, please direct your concern to the Principal in writing and a meeting will be arranged with all concerned stakeholders. One morning is designated near the end of each school year, to allow for appeals that arise from the final report card.

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​Assessment and Reporting at the CBE

The report card is one component in communicating student learning. In addition to the report card, schools communicate with parents/guardians about student progress on an ongoing basis in a variety of ways. Some other ways to learn how your child is doing are informal conversations with your child and your child’s teachers, celebrations of learning, conferences, and online tools such as D2L, HomeLogic and Iris. (See our Technology Tools page for more information.)

Visit the CBE website for more information and for the Parent’s Guide, Assessment and Reporting.​​​​​​​

Grading and Reporting at the CBE

We know it is important for parents/guardians to understand how their children are doing in school. Research shows that students are more successful with active parent/guardian involvement.​

The Alberta Programs of Study are changing, and like many other school divisions in the province, the CBE is redesigning assessment and reporting practices to reflect these changes. We are developing resources to help teachers, students and parents/guardians see and understand student progress and achievement. This process of redesign will continue to evolve over a number of years as we work with our schools and parents/guardians to develop a rich and varied approach to assessment across all grades and a common report card for K-9.

Assessment is not just about report cards. They are one of the ways schools communicate with parents/guardians about their child’s progress and achievement at certain times of the year. Assessment happens every day, in every classroom, throughout the school year. Assessing a student’s progress is one of the most important ways we support the continued learning of our students.

We invite you to learn more about assessment as we work together to develop assessment and reporting practices that support the continued success of our students.​​​​

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