We are in our second year of "live" grade books and have done away with mid=
-quarter progress reports. We do still send home Report Cards at the end o=
f each quarter - by e-mail.
With best wishes,
John E. Pitcairn
Middle Division Director
Academy at the Lakes
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the success of each individual at school, in the community, and in the worl=
d. We celebrate the love of learning and the joy in the journey.
From: A forum for independent school educators [mailto:ISED-L@LISTSERV.SYR.=
EDU] On Behalf Of Christina Devitt
Sent: Thursday, September 16, 2010 8:04 PM
Subject: Rethinking Report Cards and Progress Reports
How do those of you in schools with open gradebooks accessible to parents
and students handle report cards and progress reports? Have you changed
them at all in light of the fact that assessment information is available o=
an ongoing basis?
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