Report Cards Dates
- Week of February 2, 2021
- June, 2021
All report cards will be available on PowerSchool through My CBE account.
Your child’s report card will be accessible on Powerschool, you can access it using the My CBE account. If you have not yet created your account please follow the directions found on the CBE website at: https://www.cbe.ab.ca/support/Pages/MyCBE-PowerSchool.aspx
This year is unique in so many ways. We are finding more and more of our learners are not at the same place in their learning as their same age peers would have been previously. Are we surprised? No. Should you be surprised? I hope not. All of our students lost great learning opportunities as a result of emergency teaching in the spring. Further causing delays are all of the limitations to instruction we are faced with daily, regardless of if you are in face-to-face learning or HUB. Teaching and learning is simply not the same as years past. Additional literacy/ math instruction for struggling learners (often referred to as double dosing), homogeneous groupings across classes and grades to target specific learning, even home reading programs, math games, and trips to the learning commons all lost to Covid-19. In the spring we promised all of our families that when we returned to learning in the fall, we would meet every learner where they were at and we would move them forward. We continue to do this, Every, Single. Day. We are not lowering our standards, nor are we deviating from the expectations set out by the Alberta Ministry of Education. There are gaps in the learning of our children. In the days and weeks to come, we will continue to speak to you about your child’s learning. Formal report cards will be shared the first week of February to document your child’s learning.
In the side bar of this page, under resources, you will find the "How is My Child Doing In School" flat sheet outlining what the report card indicators 1, 2, 3 and 4 represent. Likewise, below is the familiar wording CJP teachers use in their report cards to remain consistent across and between grades when we speak of child learning. If you are used to seeing your child with 3s and 4s on their report card, there is an increased chance you should anticipate 2s.
While a 2 is meeting grade level expectations, it is only adequate. A 2 represents that the learner is on the cusp and likely needs additional understanding of regular tasks to stay on pace with grade level expectations. The learner could be in jeopardy of falling below grade level expectations should interventions and learning be ineffective. Below is a list of words you will see used on your child’s report card in February.
Not yet met
Not yet meeting
We know that all teachers communicated outcomes and assessment throughout the school year through the body of evidence shared via conferences, phone calls, emails, blog messages, work sent home, celebrations of learning, IRIS, etc. This ongoing communication provides information about your child’s learning throughout the school year, the report card is the summative reporting of all the your child’s work throughout the school year. We hope that you will celebrate all that your child has accomplished so far this year.