|The Metropolitan Nashville Public School System uses a standards-based report card in grades K-4 to report student progress to parents. For a complete list of the standards that will be addressed with your child, click here. The report card provides detailed information on how well students are progressing toward mastery of the academic standards. Report cards are sent home four times a year on a nine week basis. Standards-based report cards:
Report cards usually withstand the “test of time.” Out of the many school documents that parents keep for their children, the report card can typically be found within that group. Teachers work diligently to mark the report cards each nine weeks with accuracy and efficiency.
- communicate detailed student progress and achievement to parents and students
- inform parents of Common Core State Standards and expectations for K-4
- provide consistency across the district with regards to grading
Below are samples of each grade level report card.
A Parent Guide to Standards Based Report Cards
This Guideline Booklet is designed to “walk” parents through each area of the report card with a written explanation. If questions arise, please check with your child’s teacher.