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									      Washington County School District                                            Student:
             Scoring Scale for Shaded Areas Only                                   Teacher:
        4                  3                   2                   1               School:
   Exceeds        Proficient      Approaching          Below                       School Year: 2009-2010
  Grade Level   At Grade Level    Grade Level       Grade Level                              Attendance      1st     2nd      3rd            Total
   Standard        Standard         Standard         Standard                                Days Enrolled
       (Based on Rubrics to be used throughout the District)                                 Days Absent
              Key for All Indicators                                                         Days Tardy
                                                        Blank areas are not

 +   means         Consistently Demonstrated                                Personal & Social Responsibility
                                                          yet assessed or
 X   means         Often Demonstrated                    taught during this Exhibits Responsibility
 /   means         Sometimes Demonstrated                      period.      Completes Assignments on Time
 0   means         Rarely Demonstrated                                             Supports & Interacts Positively With Others
                                                                                   Accepts Responsibility for Behavior
               Expected DRA Independent Text Level
                                                                                   Listens Attentively
  Beg of Year     1st Report      2nd Report         3rd Report                    Follows Directions
   Student's Reading Ability on a Text Level 50 (List 1, 2, 3, or 4)               Stays On Task
                                                                                   Evaluates Own Learning

STANDARDS: LANGUAGE ARTS                                                           Growing with Math Assessments                     PA1PA2PA3
COMPREHENSION ON GRADE LEVEL TEXT                                                  Periodic Assessments
Applies strategies to comprehend all texts

FLUENCY ON GRADE LEVEL TEXT                                                        Math Topics
Reads high frequency words automatically                                           T-1 Mathematics in Our World
Reads with phrasing & expression on independent level                              T-2 Properties of Polygons and Circles
WRITING                                                                            T-3 Using Division
Creates a clear main idea with supporting details                                  T-4 Investigating Length and Perimeter
Organizes writing: Topic, purpose, and audience                                    T-5 Adding and Subtracting Common Fractions
Matches voice with purpose and audience                                            T-6 Analyzing Everyday Data
Uses clear, original, precise word choice                                          T-7 Working with Large Numbers
Produces smooth, natural, easy to read text                                        T-8 Using Multiplication
Uses conventions to create various texts                                           T-9 Thinking Visually
Uses the writing process to create various texts                                   T-10 Working with Time
Writes neatly and legibly with correct spacing in cursive                          T-11 Adding and Subtracting Decimal Fractions
and/or manuscript                                                                  T-12 Relating Volume, Capacity, and Weight
Uses keyboarding skills                                                            T-13 Exploring Multiplication of Fractions
VOCABULARY                                                                         T-14 Using Division to Find Rates
Learns new words through instruction                                               T-15 Relating Circumference and Diameter
SPELLING                                                                           T-16 Working with Fractions and Decimals
Uses structural and letter pattern knowledge to spell new                          T-17 Working with Area
words                                                                              T-18 Probability and Statistics
ORAL LANGUAGE                                                                      T-19 Algebraic Thinking
Speaks clearly using correct grammar                                               T-20 Polygons and Polyhedra
Listens and understands by responding appropriately                                T-21 Money and Time
Presents in a variety of ways                                                      T-22 Working with Division
STANDARDS: SOCIAL STUDIES                                                          T-23 Exploring Percents
Analyzes effects of geography on development in North                              T-24 Applying the Mathematics We Know

Compares communities and cultures                                                  SPIRALED MATH CORE STANDARDS:
Understands events of U.S. History                                                 Integers, Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
Identifies elements of the Constitution that establish our                         Quick recall of Addition and Subtraction math facts
system of government and citizenship                                               Quick recall of Multiplication and Division math facts
STANDARDS: SCIENCE               (Understands . . . )                              Addition and Subtraction Computation
Concepts of Chemical and Physical Changes in Matter                                Multiplication and Division Computation
Concepts of Causes of Reshaping of Earth's Surface                                 Multiply and Divide with Fluency
Concepts of Magnetism                                                              Problem Solving
Concepts of Electricity                                                            Patterns & Number Relationships
Concepts of Inherited Traits                                                       Algebraic Expressions to solve real-world problems
STANDARDS: HEALTHY LIFESTYLES                                                      Geometry
Develops and uses skills in PE                                                     Measurement
Explains impact of healthy behaviors, diet and exercise                            Probability
to prevent substance abuse and disease                                             STANDARDS: THE ARTS
Explains concepts of stress management, human                                      Uses skills in Art
development and hygiene                                                            Uses skills in Music
Explains effective consumer practices                                              Uses skills in Dance
                                                                                   Uses skills in Drama
First Reporting Period

Second Reporting Period

Third Reporting Period

A Standards-Based Report Card has been developed to directly reflect the progress your student has made in each area of the
Utah State Core. An explanation of each standard is provided below for Language Arts and Math. You will see the actual standard
shaded in gray on the report card with a score (4,3,2,1) indicating how your child has performed according to grade level
expectations that are measured consistently throughout the District. Letter grades cannot and should not be compared to the scoring

Below each standard is a list of indicators (white areas) that teachers have determined to be the most important skills or concepts
to be taught for that standard. These indicators are marked on how consistently your child demonstrates the competency of that skill
or concept. It is very possible that an indicator on the report card may not have been taught or assessed until later on in the year. It
is also possible that some indicators are only taught once during the year. These spaces have been left blank.
                Consistently Demonstrated means "Maintaining with a high degree of consistency."
                Often Demonstrates means "Still practicing with a high degree of success."
                Sometimes Demonstated means "Needs more practice to be successful."
                Rarely Demonstrated means "Needs more time and opportunity to understand the concept."

Expected DRA Independent Text Level: The Developmental Reading Assessment (DRA) is an informal reading test that is given
to all students at the beginning of the school year. Students will be marked on grade level when they can read a 5th grade text with
adequate fluency and comprehension. It is appropriate if this does not happen until the end of 5th grade.

4000-01   Oral Language - Student develops language for the purpose of effective communication through listening, speaking,
          viewing, and presenting.
4000-04   Phonics & Spelling --Student uses phonics and other strategies to decode and spell unfamiliar words while reading & writing.
4000-05   Fluency -- Student develops reading fluency to read aloud grade level text effortlessly without hesitation.
4000-06   Vocabulary -- Student learns and uses grade level vocabulary to increase understanding and read fluently.
4000-07   Comprehension -- Student understands, interprets, and analyzes narrative and informational grade level text.
4000-08   Writing -- Student writes daily to communicate effectively for a variety of purposes and audiences.

    1     Students will expand number sense to include integers and perform operations with whole numbers, simple
          fractions, and decimals.
    2     Students will use patterns and relations to represent and analyze mathematical problems and number
          relationships using algebraic symbols.
    3     Students will use spatial reasoning to recognize, describe, and analyze geometric shapes and principles.
    4     Students will determine area of polygons and surface area and volume of three-dimensional shapes.
    5     Students will analyze and construct reasonable conclusions from data and apply basic concepts of probability.

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