COVID-19 Resource Center

May 29, 2020

Dear CVCS Families,

 

This year ended like no other in our school’s history.  We want to thank you all for your continued commitment to your child(ren)’s education this spring.  Through challenging times your efforts have helped to ensure that our students continue to grow, and we appreciate all efforts taken to support your child(ren) during this period of at home learning.  Your student(s) report card for the spring of this school year will be mailed today.  Below is information that you will need as you analyze your students report card.  Given the unique nature of the last quarter of the year there are certain features of the report card that need to be adjusted from normal practice.  Each school has a description below for you to read.  If you have any questions regarding the reporting practices from any of the locations or need information translated please contact the building administrator for that building.

 

Blessed Sacrament Early Childhood Center and Saint Edward Catholic Elementary

  1. Preschool report card is a reflection of the students' learning prior to the school closures in March.

  2. All K-5 student reports will reflect the level of learning prior to the Covid-19 school building closures.

  3. Standards that were taught after the school building closure or not assessed with enough time / depth to give a score will be given an “NA”.  This indicates that the grade level team did not have sufficient evidence of student learning to give an accurate report for that particular standard.

  4. Standards with an “NA” will have comments in relationship to student work done during the Covid-19 school building closure.  Teachers will give feedback as to what the students demonstrated during this time.

  5. Student report cards and any end of year assessment data will be used in relationship to planning for the fall 2020 return to school.   


 

Blessed Maria Assunta Pallota Middle School

  1. All 6-8 student reports will reflect the level of learning prior to the Covid-19 school building closures.

  2. Both traditional and standard grades are reflective of grades issued during Quarter 3. Material covered during building closure may be reflected in the comments. 

  3. Standards that were taught after the school building closure or not assessed with enough time / depth to give a score will be given an “NA”.  This indicates that the grade level team did not have sufficient evidence of student learning to give an accurate report for that particular standard.

  4. Standards with an “NA” will have comments in relationship to student work done during the Covid-19 school building closure.  Teachers gave feedback as to what the students demonstrated during this time.

 

Columbus Catholic High School 

  1. All 9-12 student reports will reflect the level of learning prior to the Covid-19 school building closures.

  2. The grades are reflective of grades issued during Quarter 3. Content learned during building closure may be reflected in the comments.

  3. As has been communicated, students with a passing grade had the option of replacing their letter grade with a P (“pass”) in their transcript. If a student earned an F, they maintain the F. This is reflected in this report card, as well.

Once again, thank you for your continued support throughout the course of this pandemic school closure and we are grateful for the efforts your family has made to the success of our students this school year.  May you have a blessed summer and we look forward to a renewed sense of community as we look to our return to classes in the fall.

Blessings,

CVCS Administrative Team

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