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Report cards

Report Card

A report card communicates the student’s academic performance.  It is usually issued to the family of the students one to four times a year.  For students having academic difficulties, an interim report or progress report, may be issued approximately every six weeks to indicate areas of difficulty the student may be experiencing.  Parent conferences may also be scheduled by teachers or parents to discuss the student’s academic as well as social/emotional performance in school.

Report cards can be issued in automated form through computers, mailed, or delivered by students.