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
+ means Consistently Demonstrated Blank areas are
Personal & Social Responsibility
not yet assessed
or taught during
X means Often Demonstrated this period. Exhibits Responsibility
/ means Sometimes Demonstrated Completes Assignments on Time
0 means Rarely Demonstrated Supports & Interacts Positively With Others
DRA Benchmarks--Expected Independent Text Level Accepts Responsibility for Behavior
Beg of Year 1st Report 2nd Report 3rd Report Listens Attentively
24 - 28 28-30 30-34 34-38 Follows Directions
Student's DRA Independent Text Level / (List 1, 2, 3, or 4) Stays On Task
/ / / / Evaluates Own Learning
STANDARDS: LANGUAGE ARTS Growing with Math Assessments PA1 PA2PA3
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 Exploring Mathematics
Reads with phrasing and expression on independent level T-2 Working with Addition and Subtraction
VOCABULARY T-3 Investigating Numbers to 1,000
Uses context clues to identify and learn new words T-4 Investigating Length
Learns new words through instruction T-5 Adding 2- and 3-digit Numbers
PHONICS & SPELLING T-6 Analyzing Shapes
Spells grade level words correctly T-7 Understanding Fractions
Uses spelling strategies in the context of writing T-8 Developing Multiplication Concepts
WRITING T-9 Developing the Concept of Division
Creates a clear main idea with supporting details T-10 Collecting and Analyzing Data
Organizes writing: Topic, purpose, and audience T-11 Investigating 4-digit Numbers
Matches voice with purpose and audience T-12 Subtracting 2- and 3-digit Numbers
Uses clear, original, precise word choice T-13 Analyzing 3-D Shapes
Produces smooth, natural, easy to read text T-14 Developing Multiplication and Division Facts
Uses conventions to create various texts T-15 Working with Length & Exploring Perimeter
Uses the writing process to create various texts T-16 Using Data and Making Predictions
Developing keyboarding skills T-17 Exploring Fraction Relationships
Writes neatly and legibly with correct spacing in cursive T-18 Working with Time
and manuscript T-19 Working with Money, Capacity, & Weight
ORAL LANGUAGE T-20 More Multiplication & Division Facts
Speaks clearly using correct grammar T-21 Investigating Area and Volume
Listens and understands by responding appropriately T-22 Investigating Decimals
Presents in a variety of ways T-23 Multiplying 2- and 3-digit Numbers
STANDARDS: SOCIAL STUDIES T-24 Dividing 2-digit Numbers
Uses maps, globes and geographical tools
Compares local community and cultures to South America SPIRALED MATH CORE STANDARDS:
STANDARDS: SCIENCE (Understands . . . ) Whole Numbers
Concepts of the Moon and it's Phases and Gravity Fractions
Concepts of Interactions between Organisms Addition and Subtraction
Concepts of Force and Motion Multiplication and Division
Concepts of Sources of Heat and Light Problem Solving
STANDARDS: THE ARTS 2nd 3rd 4th Patterns
Uses skills in Art Number Relationships
Uses skills in Music Geometry
Uses skills in Dance Measurement (length, weight, capacity, time, perimeter)
Uses skills in Drama Data and Probability
STANDARDS: HEALTHY LIFESTYLES 2nd 3rd 4th
Develops and uses skills in PE
Participates in daily sustained physical activity
Identifies benefits of proper nutrition & physical activity
Describes responsible behaviors for health and safety
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
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
Consistently Demonstrated means "Maintaining with a high degree of consistency."
Often Demonstrated means "Still practicing with a high degree of success."
Sometimes Demonstrated means "Needs more practice to be successful."
Rarely Demonstrated means "Needs more time and opportunity to understand the concept."
A Reading Benchmark is the expectation of where your child should be reading independently at different times throughout
the school year according to the results of the DRA reading assessment.
LANGUAGE ARTS STANDARDS:
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 and 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 understand the base-ten numeration system, place value concepts, simple fractions and
perform operations with whole numbers.
2 Students will use patterns, symbols, operations, and properties of addition and multiplication to represent
and describe simple number relationships.
3 Students will describe and analyze attributes of two-dimensional shapes.
4 Students will select and use appropriate units and measurement tools to solve problems.
5 Students will collect and organize data to make predictions and identify basic concepts of probability.