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Report Cards & Interim Reports

Interim Reports *

  • Oct. 3, 2022
  • Dec. 12, 2022
  • Feb. 27, 2023
  • May 1, 2023 (Senior interims)
  • May 8, 2023

Report Cards
Nov. 14, 2022
Jan. 30, 2023
April 13, 2023
June 22, 2023 (Subject to change based on the last day of school)

Report cards and interim reports are posted online in ParentVue and StudentVue accounts. Report cards are posted under the Grading and Attendance Reports in the desktop ParentVue program, and under the Documents menu in the mobile app. If a parent does not see a report card posted for their child by the close of business on the above published date, they should contact their child’s school. Parents who want a paper copy of their child’s report card should call their child’s school. 

* Note: Issuance of interim reports is not limited to published dates. Interim progress reports may be issued at any time and must be issued when a student is in danger of or is failing.

Prekindergarten, Kindergarten & Grades 1-2

Prekindergarten students receive report cards two times a year. Students in kindergarten through second grade receive report cards four times a year. A parent conference for students is scheduled in October.

Student performance in prekindergarten is reported to parents using the following:

  • Consistently Demonstrating – indicates that the student is making appropriate progress toward mastery of the skill.
  • Developing – indicates that the student is making progress toward mastery of the skill, but at this time has partial understanding or inconsistent performance.
  • Not Yet Demonstrating the Skill – the student is not yet demonstrating the skill

Student performance in kindergarten, first and second grade is reported to parents using the following ratings:

  • Consistently Demonstrating – indicates that the student is making appropriate progress towards mastery of the skill.
  • Developing – indicates that the student is making progress towards mastery of the skill, but at this time has partial understanding or inconsistent performance.
  • Needs Improvement – indicates that the student's progress is not satisfactory at this time.

Grades 3-5

Teachers evaluate the academic performance for each student four times a year using the following letter grades:

A = Excellent
B = Good performance
C = Satisfactory performance
D = Minimal performance
F = Unsatisfactory performance

A parent conference for elementary students is scheduled in October.

Middle & High School

In middle and high school, student semester and final grades are computed by averaging numerical grades. Quarterly grades are calculated by obtaining a quarterly arithmetic average. In order to prepare grades for report cards, this average is translated into a letter grade.

The grading scale is:

A = 90-100% = Superior
B = 80-89% = Above average
C = 70-79% = Average
D = 60-69% = Below average
F = 0-59% = Failure

Teachers have some discretion and latitude within parameters in devising a grading system and assigning students’ grades; however, such a system should be consistent. Teachers give students a course description that includes information on how grades are calculated.

CCPS has a weighted grade system, giving students the opportunity to earn additional quality points for specified honors and advanced placement courses. The weighted grade point average is calculated and used to determine class rank and academic honors. (See the High School Program of Studies for additional information).