New Reporting Policy Information

New Reporting Policy Information for Parents

Hello Parkcrest Families -
This upcoming school year, all of our teaching staff at Parkcrest will be part of the Ministry of Education's Student Progress Pilot Program. I have attached the Ministry's Information package for your convenience.  As we move through the school year further information will be shared with the home. 
The BC Ministry of Education is rethinking how teachers report student progress - During the First Pilot year (2018-2019) the goal was to trial the draft reporting policy to see how it works - 2019-2020 is the Second Pilot year where the goals are to continue to trial the draft policy to test out the most effective strategies for shifting local reporting practices.  Three of our divisions participated during the First Pilot year. 
Piloting schools are aiming to increase student engagement and ownership by providing students with opportunities to become more involved and invested in assessment and evaluation processes. The most notable change will be the look of the report card and the reporting to homes - two formal reports (Jan/Feb and June) with a range of other reporting processes including celebration of learning presentations and communication with homes via phone calls, emails and conferences. 
We are excited about being part of the Second Year Pilot Program.
Further Information:
New Reporting Policy Parent Information Letter
New Reporting Policy Parent Information Letter
 Communicating Student Learning - Parkcrest Elementary 2019 - 2020
 Communicating Student Learning - Parkcrest Elementary 2019 - 2020
 Student Progress Pilot Project
 Student Progress Pilot Project
Understanding the Proficiency Scale
Understanding the Proficiency Scale
Proficiency Scale
Proficiency Scale

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