Board Policies

Adoption Date: Apr 28, 2004

The Board believes that the cooperation of school and home is a vital ingredient to the growth and education of the whole child.  It recognizes its responsibility to keep parents informed of student welfare and progress in school.

Consequently, the Board wishes the professional staff of our schools to devise and maintain reporting methods so that each parent may be advised of his/her child’s progress.

The reporting of student progress to parents will:

A. specify the issuance of report cards at regular intervals (see administrative guidelines);

B. enable the scheduling of parent-teacher conferences at such times and in such places as will ensure the greatest degree of participation by parents;

C. provide for a continual review and improvement for reporting every student’s progress and provide ample warning of pending grade level retention (elementary and middle school).

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