Students will be assessed individually for report cards and interims. Students will get a score of 1, 2, 3, or 4. These scores mean:
4= Exceeds grade level expectations
3= Meets grade level expectations
2= Approaching grade level expectations
1= Not meeting grade level expectations
It is important to note that a “4” will be difficult to get. It means that your child is going above and beyond what is expected in kindergarten. Some goals, such as letter naming, are year-end goals. Your child may get a “1” or “2” for this goal at the beginning of the year, but get a “3” by the end of the year. Some goals, like letter naming, cannot be exceeded. A “4” will never be given because the grade level expectation is that your child knows all 52 letters and you can not go above and beyond that.