As mentioned in our previous posts about the Report Cards initiative, today we’re sharing one of the custom-built private templates. If you like the way it looks, feel free to let chat in anytime and we’ll enable the template in your account, and help set it up just the way you like!
The Stamford Elementary School in Stamford, Vermont makes great use of a custom template with quarterly grades, semester exams, and detailed standards-based grading for their upper grade students. It’s a detailed and informative way of reporting grades and progress in specific areas. Check out the example Quarter 2 report card below to see just how much info it has!
This new template is based off of a public template – Quarterly Classic – and was built by Regie. Great work, Regie – and awesome input and directions, Stamford Elementary!
While this public template is a bit similar to the St. Monica Catholic School Template, it doesn’t include a conduct grade and is actually remarkably flexible: it has several alternate sections for listing subjects, lots of comment fields, and a great display for subject-specific criteria. Some of the features the template includes are…Read More »
As mentioned in one of our previous posts on the new Report Cards initiative, today we are sharing one of the custom-built private templates. If you like the way it looks, feel free to chat in anytime and we can enable it in your account and help set it up just the way you like.
One of our fabulous schools, St. Monica Catholic School in Converse, TX, has a cool quarterly grading system with conduct grades shown alongside the regular academic marks, as well as a section for end-of-semester exams. Check out the report card below – it’s an example of how a Quarter 3 report card might look.
This report card was built from several customizations to our public Quarterly Classic report card template. Here’s a great, big thank-you to St. Monica Catholic School for the fantastic design, and to Rick, our awesome chat agent, for building it!
The report card is designed to show subject abbreviations, semester grades, and all subject comments for the year-to-date. It’s a tidy and concise presentation for a lot of information. The template also supports reporting lots more info, including…Read More »
As mentioned in one of our previous posts on the new Report Cards initiative, today we are sharing one of the custom-built private templates. If you like the way it looks, feel free to let chat in anytime and we can enable it in your account and help set it up just the way you like.
This Report Card template is used by Brunswick Academy, one of our amazing schools, which is located in Lawrenceville, VA, USA. The template was built by Regie, one of our awesome chat support agents.
Brunswick has a really cool semester setup, with six cycles, each cycle is a six-week marking period. In the high school, the first three cycles and a final exam correspond to Semester 1, while the second three cycles and their final exam correspond to Semester 2. Semesters are averaged into a final grade, and credit earned is shown on the Report Card. Also, attendance is combined so that “Absent” and “Tardy” include excused and unexcused absences and tardies together. As a result, it’s a very detailed and informative report card.
Here’s a look at a sample of the report card, configured for the High School-
Thanks Brunswick, for the design for a fantastic report card, and great work, Regie, for building it for QuickSchools!
For schools with six marking periods, exams, and semesters, this might be a good report card template for you. In addition to the term setup and the combined attendance, this report card supports several other sections including…Read More »