Four Point Indicator Scale
The report card summarize and communicate student achievement at a point in time. At the CBE, students in K-9 receive two formal report cards a year. Students in grades 10-12 can expect to receive a minimum of two report cards a year.
Student achievement is reported using teacher comments and achievement indicators; the four point scale for K-9 and percentages for grades 10-12.
In K-9, the achievement indicators (Excellent-4, Good-3, Basic-2, not meeting-1) signify the extent to which a student has demonstrated achievement of Alberta Programs of Study outcomes organized by report card stem. Report card stems are categories used to organize the Albert Programs of Study outcomes.
The four point indicator scale is:
1 – Not meeting: The student demonstrates a beginning level of understanding.
2 – Basic: The student demonstrates a developing level of understanding.
3 – Good: The student demonstrates a well-developed level of understanding.
4 – Excellent: The student demonstrates a mastery level of understanding.
- There are two reporting periods during the school year - January and June.
- Student report cards are accessible online through your child's PowerSchool account.