[division name] Grades 1 to 6 Report Card [school name

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Student:

Provincial Student #:

Report Card

Homeroom Teacher:

Date Issued:

Attendance Days Absent: Days Late:

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Student Programming
This report card provides information about the student’s academic achievement. If the focus of learning is grade-level curriculum for the subject, then the following code is used. Prov (Provincial grade-level Curricula): Provincial curriculum expectations for the grade. If the focus of learning is different from this, either the EAL or SSP designation is used and the student’s grades are based on the learning goals for the student. EAL (English Additional Language): SSP (Student-Specific Plan): For EAL learners focusing on learning English in the subject area. Learning goals that are reduced in number or below grade level, with an appropriate, student-specific plan.

Academic Achievement
The student’s academic achievement is described by the following scale. Scale 4 3 2 1 ND The student… Consistently demonstrates thorough understanding and in-depth application of concepts and skills Demonstrates good understanding and application of concepts and skills Demonstrates basic understanding and some application of concepts and skills Demonstrates limited understanding and minimal application of concepts and skills; support required to meet learning goals Does Not Demonstrate the required understanding and application of concepts and skills

Additional NA Not Applicable Codes IN Incomplete: not enough evidence available to determine a grade at this time

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Student: Subject: English Language Arts Teacher: Student Programming: Comprehension (Reading, Listening, Viewing) Communication (Writing, Speaking, Representing) Critical thinking and inquiry Reflection (Self-assessment, Goal-setting) Term 1 Prov Term 2 Prov Term 3 Prov

Strengths/Challenges/Next Steps:

Subject: Mathematics Teacher: Student Programming: Knowledge and understanding Mental math and estimation Problem solving

Term 1 Prov

Term 2 Prov

Term 3 Prov

Strengths/Challenges/Next Steps:

Subject: Science Teacher: Student Programming: Knowledge and understanding Scientific inquiry process Design process/problem solving

Term 1 Prov

Term 2 Prov

Term 3 Prov

Strengths/Challenges/Next Steps:

Subject: Social Studies Teacher: Student Programming: Knowledge and understanding Critical and creative thinking Inquiry and communication skills Active citizenship

Term 1 Prov

Term 2 Prov

Term 3 Prov

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Student: Subject: Arts Teacher: Student Programming: [Arts discipline] [Arts discipline] [Arts discipline] [Arts discipline] Term 1 Prov Term 2 Prov Term 3 Prov

Strengths/Challenges/Next Steps:

There is a local option for reporting on the Arts disciplines. For further information, go to the provincial report card website (www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/assess/report_card.html) and click on Reporting on the Arts.
Subject: [Arts discipline] Teacher: Student Programming: [Category] [Category] [Category] [Category] Term 1 Prov Term 2 Prov Term 3 Prov

Strengths/Challenges/Next Steps:

There is a local option for reporting on the Arts disciplines. For further information, go to the provincial report card website (www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/assess/report_card.html) and click on Reporting on the Arts.
Subject: Physical Education/Health Education Teacher: Student Programming: Movement Fitness management Safe and fair play Personal safety Personal/social management Healthy lifestyle Term 1 Prov Term 2 Prov Term 3 Prov

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Student: Subject: French Teacher: Student Programming: Oral communication Reading Writing Cultural appreciation Term 1 Prov Term 2 Prov Term 3 Prov

Strengths/Challenges/Next Steps:

Subject: Local Option Course Teacher: Student Programming:

Term 1 Prov

Term 2 Prov

Term 3 Prov

Strengths/Challenges/Next Steps:

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Student:

Learning Behaviours
Learning behaviours are important factors that contribute to a student`s success in school. They are not used in determining grades. The following scale describes how well the student is demonstrating the learning behaviours. E: Excellent Learning Behaviour Personal management skills Active participation in learning Social responsibility Local Option Local Option Strengths/Challenges/Next Steps: G: Good Examples Uses class time effectively; works independently; completes homework and assignments on time Participates in class activities; self-assesses; sets learning goals Works well with others; resolves conflicts appropriately; respects self, others and the environment N: Needs Improvement
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Student:

Next School Year (final report card only) Students are promoted or retained based on evidence of a broad range of indicators respecting student achievement, performance and ability. In Kindergarten to Grade 8, promotion decisions rest with the principal, who consults with teachers, parents, and other specialists as appropriate. Next school year your child will be in Grade .

Principal’s Signature _________________________________________
Principal’s Comments

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