Elementary Report Cards

 

Distribution Dates for Progress Reports and Report Cards

Progress reports and report cards in the elementary schools will be distributed on or about the dates listed below for the 2018-2019 school year:

Nine Week Grading Periods Progress Reports Report Cards Grades K-5
August 16 – October 19 Week of September 17 Week of October 29
October 22 – December 19 Week of November 12 Week of January 14
January 8 – March 8 Week of February 4 Week of March 25
March 11 – May 23 Week of April 8 May 20

Grades Kindergarten, 1 and 2 Report Cards

The Round Rock ISD Primary Report Card is a standards-based continuum, meaning that progress is reported on the knowledge and skills your child is expected to master at each grade level. The continuum is based on the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) and ranges from Performance Level 1 to Performance Level 4.

Level 1 – Exhibits skill/concept with direct guidance
Level 2 – Exhibits skill/concept with minimal guidance
Level 3 – Exhibits mastery of skill/concept
Level 4 – Exhibits understanding beyond grade level expectation.

A student shall be promoted if his or her report card reflects three of the following:

  1. Is marked at or above grade level in reading denoting at least half of the indicators are at or above a Level 3.
  2. Is marked at or above grade level in writing denoting at least half of the indicators are at or above a Level 3.
  3. Is marked at or above grade level in mathematics denoting at least half of the indicators are at or above a Level 3.
  4. Is marked at least at Level 2 in all areas in social studies and science.

If this standard is not met, the teacher will communicate with the principal and parent(s) regarding the development of an improvement plan for the next grade.

Additional Report Card Information:

Additional Documents translated in Spanish:

 

Kindergarten: Report Cards, Envelope Templates, Performance Indicator Descriptions, English & Spanish

First Grade: Report Cards, Envelope Templates, Performance Indicator Descriptions, English & Spanish

Second Grade: Report Cards, Envelope Templates, Performance Indicator Descriptions, English & Spanish

Grades 3, 4 & 5 Report Cards

Your child’s report card reflects his/her performance on daily work, assessments, class participation, performance tasks, individual and group projects, and contributions beyond the assigned task. In grades 3–5, promotion to the next grade level shall be based on an overall average of 70, on a scale of 100, based upon course-level/grade-level standards for all subject areas, and a grade of 70 or above in both mathematics and language arts, and either science or social studies.

Citizenship grades have been removed from the report card in grades 3-5. We continue to value good citizenship and the importance of recognizing students for their positive behaviors, and each campus continues to communicate with parents about their child’s behavior. The report card issued at the end of each quarter, however, only reports on each child’s academic progress. Report cards are one of several methods of communicating with parents. If you desire more information on your child’s academic progress or wish to discuss behavioral concerns, please contact your child’s teacher for a conference.

 

Student Success Initiative

The Student Success Initiative (SSI) was created by the Texas Legislature to ensure that all students receive the instruction and support they need to be academically successful in reading and mathematics.

Under the Student Success Initiative grade advancement requirements, students are given three opportunities to meet the required passing standard on the Grade 5 and 8 STAAR (State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness) reading and mathematics tests, in order to be promoted to sixth and ninth grade, respectively. The requirements also apply to students served by special education who take STAAR Modified assessments.