Camas School District has used standards-based report cards in grades K–5 for a number of years. Beginning in the 2014–15 school year, the report cards were revised in the following ways:
- The statements for English Language Arts and Math reflect the Washington Common Core Learning Standards
- Progress for all grade levels, K–5, will be reported using scales rather than letter grades. Up until this year, scales were used in grades K–3, with letter grades in 4–5.
- Statements in the section Characteristics of a Successful Learner are aligned with Positive Behavior Intervention Supports (PBIS) expectations at each elementary school.
- Report cards are issued three times per year—fall, winter, and spring.
Standards-based report cards provide clear information about each student’s progress toward meeting the learning standards. The report card also provides information about a student’s strengths and areas of challenge. This information will assist parents and teachers in a partnership to provide the support each student needs.
Please explore the resources on this page to learn more about the revised report cards.