||Expands Grade Level Standards
||A "4" indicates the student has advanced understanding and exceeds grade level expectations. A student receiving a "4" demonstrates academically superior skills in that specific area. This student shows initiative, challenges himself or herself, and demonstrates this advanced knowledge at school. A "4" is difficult to obtain and indicates unusually high achievement.
||Meets Grade Level Standards
||A "3" indicates the student has proficient understanding and meets grade level expectations. We want all of our students to reach a level "3." A student receiving a "3" is right on track with our high academic expectations. A "3" is something to be celebrated!
||Progressing Towards Grade Level Standards
||A "2" indicates the student has basic understanding and is partially proficient at meeting grade level expectations. A student receiving a "2" understands the basic concept or skill, but has not yet reached the proficient level. A "2" should indicate that the student's performance varies in consistency with regards to accuracy, quality, and level of support.
||Not Assessed At This Time
||Standards have not yet been addressed, however these standards will be introduced before the end of the school year.