Date Adopted: April 27, 1981
Date Revised: December 17, 1990
The Board believes that the cooperation of school and home is a vital ingredient
in the growth and education of the whole child. It recognizes its responsibility
to keep parents and guardians informed of student welfare and progress
in school. It also recognizes the effects of State Board Regulations and
Federal Regulations governing school records.
3. Delegation of Responsibility
The Board directs the establishment of a program of reporting student
progress which shall include written reports in grades kindergarten through
twelve; and may schedule parent conferences with teachers in grades kindergarten
through grade twelve ; and shall require appropriate staff members
to comply with such a program as part of their responsibility.
Report cards and other appropriate literature for parents shall be provided,
possible, in the appropriate foreign language for students who do not speak
The Superintendent shall develop procedures for reporting student progress
and achievement to parents or guardians which use methods of reporting
appropriate to grade level and curriculum content; insure that both student
and parent receive ample warning of a pending mark of "failure," or of
a condition that would adversely affect the student's status; enable the
scheduling of parent-teacher conferences at such times and places as will
ensure the greatest degree of participation by parents and guardians; specify
the issuance of report cards at intervals of not less than nine (9) weeks.