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April 18, 2014
 Parents/StudentsStandards Based Report Cards (SBRC)   
 

The New Elementary Report Card

With the advent of state content standards and testing requirements, such as the California Standards Test, it has become increasingly important to provide parents, guardians, and caregivers with information about the academic progress that their children make.

T.U.S.D. administrators, teachers, parents, and others, worked together to create a new report card that fulfills this need. It is called a Standards Based Report Card (SBRC) and it has been developed for all elementary grades Preppy (Pre-Kindergarten) through 5th grade. We believe that this new report card will provide parents with more information about the overall academic performance of their children as well as information about the acquisition of specific skills. Over time, we also believe that children will learn more and that their academic achievement will grow as a result of these report cards.

Two elementary schools are currently utilizing the SBRCs:  Carr and Hickory.  All elementary sites are expected to eventually be using the SBRCs.

Parent's Guide English

Parent's Guide Spanish

Parent's Guide Korean

Parents Guide Japanese

Achievement Level Guide English

Achievement Level Guide Spanish

Achievement Level Guide Korean

Achievement Level Guide Japanese

Frequently Asked Questions English

FAQs Spanish

FAQs Korean

FAQs Japanese

Sample Report Cards:

Preppy

Kindergarten-Eng     Kindergarten-Sp      Kindergarten-JPN     Kindergarten-Kor

First Grade-Eng         First Grade - Sp       First Grade-JPN        First Grade-Kor

Second Grade-Eng   Second Grade-Sp   Second Grade-JPN   Second Grade-Kor

Third Grade-Eng        Third Grade-Sp        Third Grade-JPN       Third Grade-Kor

Fourth Grade-Eng     Fourth Grade-Sp       Fourth Grade-JPN    Fourth Grade-Kor

Fifth Grade-Eng          Fifth Grade-Sp          Fifth Grade-JPN        Fifth Grade-Kor

 
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