Degrees and Certifications:
Welcome to 4th Grade!
We are going to have the best year! Don´t forget to bring your snack and a smile!
Remember: Never stress, try your best!
Below you will find our report card indicators for each marking period and subject.
Standards-based assessment and reporting help teachers specifically target instruction to meet student needs and provide parents/guardians with better feedback about student strengths and weaknesses.
“4” – EXCEEDING STANDARDS – indicates that a student consistently and independently performs at a level above what is expected. The student is beginning to grasp and apply key concepts, processes, and skills for mastery. The student extends and applies knowledge beyond the targeted goal. A “4” is difficult to obtain and indicates unusually high achievement.
“3” – MEETING STANDARDS – indicates that a student has a proficient understanding and is meeting grade-level standards by consistently grasping and applying key concepts, processes, and skills. A “3” is something to celebrate!
“2” – APPROACHING STANDARDS – indicates that a student has a basic understanding and partially meets grade-level standards. The student may need extra time or help to understand key concepts, processes, and skills.
“1” – NEEDS SUPPORT – indicates that a student has minimal understanding and is not meeting grade-level standards. The student will need interventions to grasp key concepts, processes, and essential skills.