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School Progress Report

Home report cards are brief evaluations of a child's performance and behavior in the classroom, such as obeying requests, completing assignments, following instructions, asking for permission, or getting along with other children. At first, these may be completed by the teacher daily. A home report card may look like this:

School Progress Report

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Instructions for the teacher:

Use this form to record my child's progress today in school performance and getting along with other children.

Rank my child's performance on a scale where 1 indicates not satisfactory, 2 indicates showing improvement, and 3 indicates satisfactory.

Behavior

1

2

3

Obeying requests

     

Completing work in class

     

Following instructions

     

Asking for permission

     

Getting along with others

     

What did my child do well today?_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

How did you let my child know what he or she had done well?_______________________________________________

If my child misbehaved today, what did he or she do?______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

What consequence did you use for the misbehavior?_______________________________________________________

Other comments about my child: ________________________________________________________

By Healthwise Staff
Primary Medical Reviewer John Pope, MD - Pediatrics
Specialist Medical Reviewer Thomas Emmett Francoeur, MDCM, CSPQ, FRCPC - Pediatrics
Last Revised April 12, 2010

WebMD Medical Reference from Healthwise

Last Updated: April 12, 2010
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