Report Cards Dates
- Week of January 13, 2020
- 5pm June 25, 2020
All June 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
You can expect to find information about your child’s learning from the second term of the 2019-2020 school year. You can also expect to see the following statement throughout your child’s report card: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this course did not continue past the March 15 date of class cancellation. The achievement indicators and comment describe your child’s achievement while learning at school until March 15. This applies to all courses that were not an assessed part of the emergency remote teaching.
For ELA (English Language Arts) and math outcomes you can expect to find comments about your child’s learning specific to this second term. Comments are in point form, and include information about what your child can do, what supports assist your child’s learning, and their next right steps for moving their learning forward. We continue to utilize our indicator words that align with the indicator marks/numbers. Here’s the chart that we use:
Not yet met
Not yet meeting
If you have questions about expectations and assessment during emergency remote teaching please reference: https://www.cbe.ab.ca/programs/curriculum/learning-at-home/Documents/20200414-K-9-Assessment-and-Reporting-for-Ongoing-Learning.pdf
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 this year. Each and every child has made progress, along their own academic path. Each and every child has experienced a most unique year of learning, celebrate with them, all they have learned, all the growth they have shown, and all the accomplishments that will be built on foundational skills learned this year. Enjoy your summer together, we look forward to seeing you again in September.
Monday, June 29 2020 will be appeals day. Should you have any questions, that is your opportunity to contact your child's teacher via email.