Elementary Progress Report
The Frontier Valley EPR will give parents standards-based information on their students progress in all academic subjects. It will also provide parents/guardians with information about how students are doing on the 4Cs (Critical Thinking, Creativity, Communication, and Collaboration), as well as 21st century skills that are integrated into student learning. School-wide expectations have been determined school-wide and will provide information on work habits and behavior.
Accessing the New Elementary Progress Report
Parents/Guardians will access the Elementary Progress Report (EPR) through the new EngagED Parent Dashboard at engaged.dcsdk12.org. The EngagED Parent Dashboard is an effort to unify the parent experience and partner with parents/guardians to provide relevant district applications and resources, such as the Elementary Progress Report for our elementary families. Parents/Guardians will access the dashboard using the same username and password from the IC Parent Portal.
After logging in, parents/guardians will see a student card with links to district tools specific to the student, such as Open Enrollment and the Elementary Progress Report (EPR). Each student will have a separate card.
Read more about the new access process through EngageED.
EPRs will be released to parents on Wednesday, May 30th at through Parent Portal.
The FVE elementary progress report will not only give a standard-based report of all academic subject, but will include information on the following:
Each student will receive information on how well he/she
is progressing on the 4Cs:
- Critical Thinking
Each student will also receive information on how well he/she is progressing on select 21st century skills:
- Problem Solving
- Civic Responsibility
- Health and Wellness
- Global Awareness
- Systems Thinking
“Exceeds” indicates a high level of achievement; it communicates that a student has a strong understanding of content/concepts/skills taught during the semester and can demonstrate understanding independently and with very few errors.
“Meets” indicates that a student demonstrates understanding of content/concepts/skills most of the time and with limited support. Student makes few major errors or omissions when demonstrating concepts/skill.
“Approaching” indicates that a students requires moderate support to demonstrate understanding of concepts/skills. Demonstrated understanding of concepts/skills is inconsistent or infrequent indicating a partial understanding of the content/concepts/skills. Errors or omissions in work are more frequent.
“Does Not Meet” indicates that a student seldom demonstrates understanding of concepts and skills taught during the semester. Student requires considerable support to demonstrate learning of concepts and skills and makes frequent major errors when demonstrating understanding.
You will also notice two ways to view your child’s information. A new highlights page includes a snapshot of how your child performed on content standards in the areas of reading, writing and math and how your child met our FVE school expectations. It also includes general classroom comments and individual student comments. The comprehensive view allows you to see how your child did on all four elements of the District’s guaranteed and viable curriculum in all subject areas and specials. You are also able to view any additional comments for the specific content areas. You are able to access both views by clicking on the links at the top of the screen.