Nov 23, 2020
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School District 21 prides itself on its Professional Learning Community and its rich tradition of professional collaboration, high levels of professional development, and family-like atmosphere. If you see the opportunity to work with colleagues in making a difference in the lives of students and families in a truly diverse setting, School District 21 seeks your application.
Topic: Student Learning
First trimester ended on Friday, November 13. Report cards for 1st-8th grade students will be delivered to parents via email on Friday, November 20th. (Kindergarten students receive their first report card after Trimester 2 and parents meet with the teacher during Parent-Teacher Conferences this month. PreK students do not receive report cards.)
Students in Grades 1-5 will receive grades for Language Arts and Math as well as Learner Qualities. Science, Social Studies and Specials will be graded on a Pass/Fail basis.
Middle school students will receive academic grades for Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies and their Exploratory courses. Learner Quality grades will not be reported this year.
Because report cards will be delivered via email, it is essential that the school has accurate email addresses on record. Families that are not receiving emails from CCSD21, or are only receiving text messages, should contact their child’s school with email address updates in order to receive the report card electronically.