• Traditionally, K-5 students receive a formal report of progress following the end of the first trimester in November. However, due to our post-Labor Day start, shortened first trimester, and change in instructional delivery (remote to hybrid), the RTSD School Board approved a change to how we issue progress reports for the 2020-21 school year.

    Students will 
    receive two formal progress reports, one in February and one in June. Additionally, teachers will host Parent-Teacher conferences in November and March to share student progress, review assessment data, and identify next steps in supporting students’ academic and social-emotional growth.

Elementary Progress Reports Available Online Only

  • In an effort to continue our pursuit of environmental sustainability and overall efficiency, all progress reports are available exclusively online through Home Access Center (HAC).

Progress Report Glossary

  • The purpose of the RTSD Elementary Progress Report is to summarize and report student progress towards Pennsylvania Standards for parents/guardians. Progress reports are issued three times each year.

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  • Academic Performance Levels

    4 -- Exceptional and Independent Performance with Grade Level Standards

    Student works with fluency, automaticity and independence with the standards assessed in this area.

    3 -- Satisfactory Performance with Grade Level Standards

    Student has met the standards assessed in this area.

    2 -- More Time and Help Needed with Grade Level Standards

    Student approaches meeting the standards assessed in this area.

    1 -- Not Meeting Grade Level Standards  

    Student is not yet meeting the standards assessed in this area.

    NA -- Standards not assessed/evaluated during reporting period

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  • Qualities of a Learner, Effort & Behavior Levels

    Effort: Demonstrates care in the production of work; completes assigned work on time; prepared for class. Where applicable, consistently completes homework.

    Behavior: The way in which a student conducts him/herself and interacts with others.

    • EXC – Exceptional
    • MEE – Meets
    • APP – Approaches
    • BEL – Below
    • NA – Not evaluated during this reporting period

    Comments: Sometimes indicated to provide clarification or explanation based on student performance; provided at the discretion of the teacher.

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