What is a progress report?
A progress report is a way for teachers to communicate with parents about a student's grade. The progress report informs a parent that a student is struggling in a class in some way.
Please note: The progress reports do not go on the student's permanent record.
why does a teacher issue a progress report?
1. The student is receiving D or F at mid-quarter
- The progress report will show a N or U for work habits or citizenship.
Work Habits and/or Citizenship Codes are as follows:
N = Needs Improvement
U = Unsatisfactory.
2. AND/OR the student demonstrates a behavioral issue that needs attention
Progress report may say "NM" (no mark) in the grade section because the student is doing fine academically in the course. However, an N or U in the citizenship or work habits section indicates the student needs to improve his/her behavior or work habits in the specific class.
3. AND/OR the student has a C grade but runs the risk of dropping to a D or F