Elementary Report Card Resources
communicate with parents and accurately report your student's progress,
Derby Public Schools utilize a standards based system of reporting in
grades K-5. The progress report you will receive each quarter shows
end-of-the-year targets for each content area. These skills and
standards are aligned with the Kansas Career and College Readiness
Standards (KCCRS) as adopted by the State Board of Education. You will
be able to see how your child is progressing on key skill indicators for
each content area. The classroom teachers will be analyzing student
products and performance against these grade level standards and finding
evidence of learning using a variety of methods. Student progress is
not determined by a mathematical average. Accurate reporting is based
on the most consistent evidence over time as your child's academic
skills develop along the learning continuum. The teacher's
professional judgment will be key in the decision making process as they
monitor classroom performance and determine instructional need.
home-school connection is very important to your child's success. At
parent-teacher conferences, your child's teacher will be able to share
specific areas defined on the report card. We encourage you to ask
questions if you are unsure of how your child is progressing.
Additional resources for understanding the report card can be accessed
through the links below.