First Semester Report Card
Dear Parents of 5K - 5th Grade Students,
Your child’s report card for the first semester of the 2018-19 school year is now available in Infinite Campus. The report card includes information on your child’s progress in reading, writing, math, science, social studies, art, music, physical education, work habits and citizenship. Teachers report on your student’s progress according to the descriptors listed below.
Our goal is that students meet proficiency expectations for these standards by the end of the school year; therefore, it is common that students may still be beginning or developing at this time of year. The descriptors below indicate your child’s performance as compared to the end-of-level benchmark.
- Beginning: Learner is consistently working on standards below grade-level.
- Developing: Learner demonstrates gaps in consistency or depth of understanding while working to meet grade-level standards by the end-of-year.
- Proficient: Learner is on-track to meet the grade-level standard by the end-of-year.
- Secure: Learner is consistently working on standards above grade-level.
Please follow the directions below to view or print your student’s first semester report card:
- Log in to your Infinite Campus Parent Portal
- If you have more than one child, click SELECT A STUDENT at the top of the screen and select child
- Click on the REPORTS tab on the left hand side of your screen. You should see a link to the 2018-19 Elementary Report Card.
- Need assistance with your Infinite Campus Parent Login? Email email@example.com
More information on how to see your child’s progress, as well as frequently asked questions, are available at www.kmsd.edu/elementarygradingandreporting. If you have any questions regarding your child’s progress, please contact his/her teacher.
KMSD Elementary School Administrative Team
Cushing Elementary - Principal Susie Rach
Dousman Elementary - Principal Jeremy Monday
Magee Elementary - Principal Sue Sterner
Wales Elementary - Principal Chris Otto
KM Explore - Director Laura Dahm