RUSD's TK-6 Standards Based Report Card
“Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning.”
― Benjamin Franklin
Ramona Unified School District is pleased to introduce our new TK-6 standards-based report card, which will be used to report on student progress beginning this school year. The collaborative effort to create RUSD’s new report card began in 2014. The Report Card Committee included representation of elementary teachers from all six elementary school sites, in both primary and upper grades, RUSD Education Specialists, and site and district level administrators. To create a report card that would best suit Ramona parents, students, and teachers, the report card committee researched standards-based documents from other districts across the country, and synthesized the strengths and challenges each report card offered. The committee repeatedly went back to their school sites to share the progress on the report card, and to obtain feedback from additional teachers, which was then shared with the committee for discussion and action.
The new standards-based report card is aligned to California’s New State Standards and will allow teachers to provide consistent means for assessing student growth and performance across the school district. The new report card is designed to give more information about what a student knows and is able to do in each subject area and what he or she still needs to work on in order to meet year-end grade level standards. Teachers will continue to use both quantitative and qualitative measures to inform grading.
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