Second Grade Report Card Overview

  • Interpreting the Second-Grade Standards-Based Report Card

    Academic Performance Indicators
    The purpose of the report card is to communicate to students, parents, and staff the progress each student is making toward accomplishing performance-based standards. The indicators are defined as follows:

    Below Standard (1): The student requires more support, frequent re-teaching, and additional practice to understand the content.

    Approaching Standard (2): The student is applying learned skills but needs some teacher support to meet grade-level expectations fully.

    Meets Standard (3): The student is performing at grade level, producing quality work with little to no teacher support, and fulfilling grade-level expectations.

    Exceeds Standard (4): The student works above grade level, consistently producing outstanding, independent work.

    X: Not assessed at this time.

    * For additional information, see the Individualized Education Program (IEP) progress report.

    Work Habit Indicators
    Cultivating effective work habits is essential for a student's success. The indicators for work habits are:


    Exemplary (E): Performance is beyond grade-level expectations.

    Successful (S): Performance meets grade-level expectations.

    Needs Improvement (N): Performance needs improvement to meet grade-level expectations.

    Content Area Descriptors

    To enhance communication about assessed skills and knowledge, our district content specialists provide descriptors for each category on the report card. Expand each content area to view the detailed descriptors.
  • English Language Arts

  • Mathematics

  • Science

  • Social Studies

  • Sample Second Grade Report Card


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