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DGF Elementary Schools

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Shannon Dahlberg

on 2 December 2015

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Standards Based Report Cards
Standards Based Report Cards... Why?
Will Some Groups of Students Be Graded Differently on this Report Card?
Why are you allowing students multiple attempts to demonstrate mastery on a learning target?
Why don't you include homework in the determination of mastery?
DGF Elementary Schools
Standards Based Report Cards

As Elementary Schools, we are very excited to share our new reporting system with you. Our elementary report cards are taking on a new look and purpose this year. Report cards will appear much different than the traditional report cards we have used in previous years. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of our teaching staff, we are ready to move to the next level of report cards, the Standards Based or Evidence Based Report Cards.
Proficiency Scale

What do these symbols and letters mean?
How does allowing multiple attempts prepare students for the "Real World?"
If you have any questions or feedback regarding our grading system, please contact the elementary building principals.

Peg Hanson, Dilworth Elementary, (218) 477-6861, phanson@dgf.k12.mn.us

Shannon Dahlberg, Glyndon-Felton Elementary, (218) 477-6842, sdahlberg@dgf.k12.mn.us
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