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1 Primary Years (K-3) Reporting System Cobb County School District Board of Education April 15, 2009

2 Performance Standards as a Curriculum How do Georgia Performance Standards differ from the Quality Core Curriculum?

3 Primary Years (K-3) Report Card Update  Review the architecture of the primary years report card  Present specific revisions for your consideration  Share with you the lessons we have learned this year regarding communication and teacher readiness.  Allow time for your questions or additional requests.

4 Architecture of the Report Card  Includes headings for each subject area and sub- headings (strands) in the case of Math and Language Arts  Includes headings for Learning Skills and Behavior  Under each subject, there are brief statements (student expectations) that are directly related to Georgia Performance Standards  Four boxes are included next to each statement, one for each quarter of the school year.  Attendance and future grade placement information  An explanation for each indicator 1-3+

5 Report Card Info for Parents  Invitation to develop a partnership with the teacher and school to support and celebrate their student’s learning and progress  A key to convey meaning for the numeric descriptors  A listing of the standard statements from the report card and a description of level 3 student achievement for that nine weeks

6 Teacher Rubrics  Divided by quarter  A listing of the standard statements from the report card and a description of all levels (1-3) of student achievement for that nine weeks

7 Revisions to the K-2 report cards  Added a purpose statement at the top  Standard Statements were revised to maintain curricular alignment (i.e. GKIDS) and to be more inclusive of all standards addressed during the nine weeks of instruction  Additional space provided for teacher commentary

8  Addition of a 3+ indicator to indicate performance which exceeds  Amended the descriptor for a “3” and a “1” to ensure clarity  Added the option for a teacher to record “NA” for not assessed at this time Revisions to the K-2 report cards

9 Lessons Learned Frequent Communication and Opportunity for Input Local school presentations for parents On-line survey District parent meetings Conference Week and phone dialogue Local media Cobb ED TV Report Cards and all parent and teacher resources posted to the CCSD website FAQ’s and responses posted to the website Video presentation and a power point presentation posted to the website Committee of 100

10 Lessons Learned Teacher Readiness  We have provided more timely communication to teachers regarding proposed adjustments to the K-2 report card and the 3 rd grade report card draft. (school district blog, school representatives on the development committee)  We have provided quarterly training for K-3 teachers throughout this school year in preparation for

11 Teacher Readiness  Development committee members are serving as additional sources of support at the school level  We introduced the draft of the 3 rd grade report card to all 3 rd grade teachers in February rather than waiting for pre-planning next year  We have provided updates to school leaders during the monthly Leadership and Learning meetings throughout this school year Lessons Learned

12 Primary Years (K-3) Reporting System Cobb County School District Board of Education April 15, 2009


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