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Report Card Conferences

I know y’all are working hard on completing report cards and making sure every single student has a report card conference scheduled. Amy will be working with the team leaders to make sure we have all of our bases covered for what we are sharing with parents and how we will share it – stay tuned for that. 638 more words

Elementary School

California Healthline: State Unveils Health Plan Report Cards

by David Gorn

On Wednesday, the state released its annual report cards that rate health plans and medical groups for consumers.

“This is a pretty big day for us,” said Beth Abbott, the new director of the Office of the Patient Advocate, which puts out the report cards. 94 more words


Report Card: Eddie Merlot's Part 2


Overall GrubGrade A-

The Breakdown:

Atmosphere: Grade A: We first visited Eddie Merlot’s a couple of years before we started this website. For us, Eddie’s is like that first high school crush – we couldn’t imagine any better until we got some experience. 1,043 more words

Report Cards

Staff Update

Professional Learning on Monday

Spending an entire day in adult learning opportunities is an experience that many districts and states do not have, so let’s count ourselves lucky that our district is committed to learning for kids AND for adults! 577 more words

Elementary School

Report Card: Flannery's Pub

Overall GrubGrade B+

The Breakdown:

Atmosphere: Grade A-: It was a windy, dark evening when we stopped by Flannery’s Pub. We had just checked into our hotel, and wanted someplace close to eat. 860 more words

Report Cards

Conversations About Standards-Based Report Cards: Do Your Students Know How They're Doing?

October is one of my favorite months. Writers workshop, by now, is in full swing in the classrooms where I visit and work. Energy is high. 1,085 more words

Writing Workshop

Making the Grade

That time of year is coming… No, I am not talking about Christmas; I am speaking of report cards. That all too important time of year when I need to fill out paperwork for each of my kiddos, explaining which grades were earned and how well each student is progressing. 197 more words


thehomeschoolmomblog reblogged this on A Homeschool Mom and commented:

Here we go again... The first quarter of our year is under our belt and the second quarter is off to a running start. Once again, it's time to do some paperwork!