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PROGRESS REPORT

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STUDENT’S NAME: Juan dela Cruz (X)Record Review
Pupil Number:1031162 DOB:08-06-1998 GRADE10 (X)Individualized Educational Program
School # 428 Subject: Math (X) Informal Tests ( ) Formal Test
Type/Purpose of Meeting (X) Observation
__X_ IEP Review/Revise _____ IEP Review/Revise Manifestation (X) Class Assignments
____ Reevaluation Planning _____ Reevaluation (X) IEP Report Card
(X) Teacher Consult
ATTENDANCE 0 Days absent Days present ( ) Disciplinary Folder
Other: ____________________
PRESENT LEVEL OF PERFORMANCE (AS APPROPRIATE):
FORMAL ASSESSMENT(S): _________________________________________DATE(S) _________________
READING ________________ MATH __________________ WRITTEN EXPRESSION
INFORMAL EVALUATION PROCEDURE(S)Brigance Inventory of Basic Skills &Styer-Fitzgerald Functional Academics for
Secondary Students DATE(S) 08/26/2013
READING_______________ MATH 3.7 WRITTEN EXPRESSION_______________________________
MFRT___________________ MFMT____________MFWT_________ HSA_______________________
TRANSITION SKILLS: SURVEY___CSHECKLIST __ VOC ED ASSESSMENT _ INTERVIEW__ OTSHER ____
DESCRIBE TSHE STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSESS INCLUDING ANY BEHAVIORAL CONCERNS:

Based on Brigance Math Grade Level Test conducted on 8-26-13, Juan functions on 3.7
grade level on the area of Math Calculation. He has the ability to add up to three digits by three
digits without regrouping.He also has the ability to subtract one digit by one digit without
regrouping.

Based on Styer-Fitzgerald Program for Functional Academics Student Assessment for


Secondary Level (11-06-2013), Juan’s Time-telling Skills revealed that he has mastered time
telling skills.

Based on Styer-Fitzgerald Program for Functional Academics Student Assessment for


Secondary Level (11-06-2013),Juan’s Time Management ability revealed that he has mastered
the time management skills.

Based on Styer-Fitzgerald Program for Functional Academics Student Assessment for


Secondary Level (11-06-2013), Juan’s Money Management , Bills Skills test revealed that he can
count combination of one-, five-, ten-, and twenty-dollar bills. He needs tolearn to count over
the amount.

Based on Styer-Fitzgerald Program for Functional Academics Student Assessment for


Secondary Level (11-06-2013), Juan’s Money Management, and Coins skills test revealed that
he can count exact change. He needs to learn to count over-the amount.
Based on behavior observation conducted on 09/24/2013 – 10/21/2013, Juandemonstrates
appropriate behavior in areas such as classroom, cafeteria and places outside the school.

PROGRESS MAKE FROM LAST YEAR (INCLUDE PROGRESS MADE ON TRANSITION GOALS AS APPROPRIATE)

Juanis making progress towards achieving his goals and objectives...

NEW IEP GOALS AND OBJECTIVES TO BE ADDRESSED:

Goal: By November 2014, Juanwill use dollar bills and coins to demonstrate knowledge in money
management with an average of 80% accuracy over three trialsas measured by informal assessments.

Objectives:

1. Given coins of different denominations and menu, Juanwill count the exact changewith
80% accuracy as measured by data collection.
2. Given coins of different denominations, Juanwill count coin combinations with nickels,
dimes, and quarterswith 80% accuracy as measured by data collection.
3. Given a dollar bills, Juanwill count exact change with 80% accuracy as measured by data
collection.

INSTRUCTIONAL ACCOMMODATIONS/MODIFICATIONS:

Use of calculator, extended time, extra processing, modified materials

RECOMMENDATIONS:

Juan is recommended for DORS to transition him for career after high school.

TEACSHER’S NAME PRINTED: ISIDRO B. VILLAFLOR, Ed.D. TITLE: Special Educator

SIGNATURE: ___________________________________________________ DATE: ______________