Completing Progress Reports

by Thomas Steele | September 30, 2014 12:52pm

This article explains the process of entering marks and printing Progress Reports for mid-term evaluation. It is divided into Primary Grades (grades K, 1, 2, and 3) and Intermediate Grades (grades 4, 5, and 6). You should follow the steps for your particular grade. Specials and Pre-School DO NOT have to complete Progress Reports. If you are unsure about a particular step in the process, click on the link to that step’s particular Knowledge Base[1] article.

NOTE: clarification of each grade mark can be found on the Official School Website[2].

 

Primary Grade Progress Reports

  1. Enter marks for subjects
    Marks for Religion, Math, and Integrated Language Arts (ILA) are set using the E, P, I, or N format. Teachers manually enter marks for these subjects based on summative assessments by entering skills grades. Progress Reports only print the overall subject grade, not the standards that are attached to those subjects so it is not necessary to enter skills grades for each standard at this time. Click here to view how to do this.
  2. Enter your comments
    These comments are written by the Homeroom Teacher. Click here to view how to do this.
  3. Preview or Print the Progress Report
    Typically, the School Office will print the Progress Reports; however, any teacher that enters grades for a particular student can print a Progress Report. In addition, teachers can print an entire class’s Progress Reports. All of the Progress Reports are first saved as PDF[3] documents; allowing teachers to view the final Progress Report. Click here to view how to do this.

View a sample Primary Progress Report[4].

 

Intermediate Grade Progress Reports

  1. Enter assignments
    Enter your assignments into your gradebook. Ensure values are assigned to these assignments. The subject grade marks will be averaged together from these assignments to result in a mark of A, B, C, D, or F. Skills grades for individual standards are not necessary at this time. Click here to view how to do this.
  2. Enter your comments
    These comments are written by the Homeroom Teacher. Click here to view how to do this.
  3. Preview or Print the Progress Report
    Typically, the School Office will print the Progress Reports; however, any teacher that enters grades for a particular student can print a Progress Report. In addition, teachers can print an entire class’s Progress Reports. All of the Progress Reports are first saved as PDF documents; allowing teachers to view the final Progress Report. Click here to view how to do this.

View a sample Intermediate Progress Report[5].

Endnotes:
  1. Knowledge Base: http://itkb.sjy.org/?page_id=313&Title=S25vd2xlZGdlIEJhc2U=&Referer=Lz9wPTI0ODAmcHJpbnQ9MA==
  2. Official School Website: http://www.sjy.org/school/Academics/GradingSystem.aspx
  3. PDF: http://itkb.sjy.org/?page_id=313&Title=UERG&Referer=Lz9wPTI0ODAmcHJpbnQ9MA==
  4. Primary Progress Report: http://itkb.sjy.org/wp-content/uploads/Primary-Progress-Report-Example.pdf
  5. Intermediate Progress Report: http://itkb.sjy.org/wp-content/uploads/Intermediate-Progress-Report-Example.pdf

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