and Reporting at BelPark
and Reporting involves conversations with students and family members about
student work, both written and oral, as well as conversations with students
during the process of work. This information is shared with families at
During the November Learning Conferences
teachers share information about each student's Citizenship in Learning,
Personal Development through Learning, and Character in Learning. Sharing
this information with families orally allowed for a discussion to take place
and possible action plans, if needed, to be developed. As well, teachers will explain students current areas of strength and areas for growth based on the Program of Studies and/or your child's Individual Program Plan (IPP).
families will be receiving another portion of the
Assessment and Reporting communication, the first Report Card.
A report card is a snapshot of learning in time which formally
documents your child's learning when compared to Alberta's Programs of Study
for a specific grade level and/or your child's Individual Program Plan (IPP),
as well as their personal progress in Citizenship in Learning, Personal Development
through Learning and Character in Learning. The comment section will
include strengths, as well as areas for growth and an action plan for
In March, another face-to-face Learning Conference will occur with families and teachers. At this time teachers will use similar processes to the November conference to detail current student understandings.
At the end of the school year, in June, final Report Cards will be available for families to view via PowerSchool for students' current grade.
The link (at the bottom of this page and to the right under links) will take you to the CBE's Assessment & Reporting page and contains a video which explains the current proficiency scale. If you are only interested in the video, there is a link below to the K-9 Proficiency Scale Video.