Report card access
As done with our first nine weeks progress reports, we will not print/distribute hard copy report cards
- Each student's first nine weeks report card will be available through the Parent Portal October 20, 2020.
- How to access report cards (see the detailed guide HERE):
- Log into Parent Portal.
- If you have more than one student in your account, select a student using the drop-down list.
- Click the “Documents” link in the menu.
- Select "20-21" under the "School Year" drop-down list.
- Select "Report Card."
- IMPORTANT: If you experience difficulty accessing your student's report card, contact your student's assigned school for assistance.
We will continue to provide progress and report cards via Infinite Campus on the following dates:
- First nine weeks report cards: October 20, 2020
- Second nine weeks progress reports: November 13, 2020
- Second nine weeks report cards: January 12, 2021
- Third nine weeks progress reports: February 5, 2021
- Third nine weeks report cards: March 18, 2021
- Fourth nine weeks progress reports: April 19, 2021
- Fourth nine weeks report cards (elementary): May 21, 2021
- Fourth nine weeks report cards (secondary): May 26, 2021
Introduction of the District Daily Health Assessment
Overview session (optional)
October 22, 2020 | 4:00 p.m. or October 22, 2020 | 5:30 p.m.
CLICK HERE to register
Parents—we invite you to attend an interactive session outlining our efforts to implement a symptoms tracker platform. We began this effort in response to feedback we received from our Connect & Chat
sessions, where parents and students indicated a preference for symptoms tracking.
During the session, we will review how to access the platform and how we will use the provided information. You will have an opportunity to present questions in the chat function. Sessions will be recorded and made available for public viewing. Important: Participation in the Daily Health Assessment is optional for students, but highly recommended to help us continue efforts to prevent the spread of illness in accordance with CDC guidelines.
Safety expectations for in-person students:
- Stay home if you/your student(s) are displaying any signs or symptoms of illness.
- If your student tests positive for COVID-19, do not send him/her to school until the following criteria is met:
- At least 10 days have passed since the student first displayed symptoms AND
- The student has had no fever without fever reducing medicines (e.g. Tylenol, Advil, etc.) for 48 hours AND
- The student is no longer displaying symptoms
- If someone in your household has been diagnosed with COVID-19, or your child is exposed to someone who has COVID-19, do not send him/her to school until 14 days after their last exposure to the person with COVID-19 (note: The CDC defines exposure as being within six feet for a total of 15 minutes or more with someone who has COVID-19).
- Wear face masks or coverings at all District sites.
- Observe District social distancing guidelines upon entry.
- Avoid direct contact with District staff and other guests.
- Wash or sanitize hands before entering the building, before meals, after bathroom breaks, after sneezing/coughing, and frequently throughout the instructional day.
- Avoid sharing personal items such as pens, pencils, devices, etc. to prevent cross-contamination.
Review information from the CDC for further guidance:
View the latest updates related to the District's COVID-19 plans HERE