All CBE report cards will go live on Tuesday, February 1. You can access them through your myCBEaccount. Our teachers have crafted documents that share your child's current learning, identify next steps in learning, as well as those areas that your child has demonstrated extra support are required to benefit to their learning.
Specific information about what your child is learning can be accessed through the weekly teacher communication that outlines what has been happening in the class each week.
For more information to guide your understanding of the report card document please refer to the CBE How Is My Child Doing In School? document.
Recommended questions to support your child’s learning
Questions you might ask your child about how they are doing in school:
• What are you looking forward to doing tomorrow in school?
• What was your favorite part of your day?
• Did you get frustrated with anything at school today?
• Were you able to finish all of your work today?
• In relation to any work they might be bringing home ask them what they are
• What are you studying these days that really interests you?
• Tell me one new thing you learned at school today and I'll tell you one thing I
learned at work.
• Was the test you were studying for as hard/easy as you thought it would be? What
kind of questions were on it?
• If you could do over today, what would you do differently?
The report card should provide you with current insights to the following questions:
• What do you see as my child’s strengths?
• Where can my child improve?
If your child has a special education code and therefore is receiving an IPP, that document will provide you with current insights into many of the following questions:
• What do you see as my child's individualized needs?
• What signs are you aware of that indicate that my child is struggling?
• What priorities for learning have you identified?
• How does this program meet my child’s needs?
• How do the IPP and Report Card work together to communicate my child’s
• Are there any additional supports being provided to my child?
• Are there times of the day that are more difficult than others?
• How is my child involved in making decisions about their learning?