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​ Student Report Cards​​


To effectively partner with parents/guardians and meet local reporting needs, the archdiocesan report card is the official vehicle to report student academic progress as well as work habits and behavior to parents/guardians.

The purpose of report cards is to effectively communicate student progress in achieving learning goals. The marks for content area subjects should reflect student mastery of grade-level standards. Work habits, including home​work completion and behavior​, should be recorded separately in their respective sections.


Report cards must include a legend that clearly explains the criteria applied for each grade. Report cards may not include information that identifies students as having a disability. Under "Support Team Education Plan (STEP) Meeting and Documentation​," see Report Cards and Cumulative Records for additional guidelines for students with special needs.​