Elementary Report Cards
The Madison Metropolitan School District uses a standards-based report card for all elementary students.
Standards-based report cards provide communication tool for families and align to the district’s curriculum and classroom expectations while focusing on your child’s strengths and successes.
- How will I know my child is making progress?
- How do teachers determine scoring indicators?
- Is Exceeding (Ex) the same as an A?
- In addition to the report card, what are some other ways the teacher will share what my child is learning?
- What is Social Emotional Learning (SEL)?
- What are the Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Standards?
- How are students receiving special education services graded?
- My child’s home language is not English. Why does my child have an English Language Development score?
- My child is a native English speaker in a DLI program. Why does my child not have an ELD score?
- My child is in a DLI or DBE program. Why does my child have two scores for Language Arts?
- If instruction happens in two languages, why might there be only scores for English or Spanish for Math, Science or Social Studies during certain reporting periods?
- My child is in a DLI or DBE program. Why does my child have a score for Spanish Language Proficiency?
- My child is a native Spanish speaker in an English Language-only program. Why doesn’t my child have a Spanish Language Proficiency grade?
- How are students who are identified as English Learners (EL) graded?
- Are students who are identified as English Learners with very low English proficiency graded differently?
- How are students receiving Advanced Learning services graded?