Sign In
You Are Here:
opener

Ongoing Reporting

Ongoing Progress Reporting will allow parents to view their child's progress throughout the year and give two Summary Reports at the end of January and June, please refer to Ongoing Progress Report Introduction for Parents.  Starting mid October parents can look  in PowerSchool to view child's progress in relation to curriculum worked in class in every subject matter.

Ongoing Progress Reporting Elementary Parent Info - Visual step by step guide.

Detailed version of the Ongoing Progress Report.

Celebration of Learning Dates: December 5th, 2019 and March 19th, 2020. These meetings allow parents to be guided through samples of student work in relation to the Progress Reports and Summative assessments indicated online. 


Powerschool Parent Login Help.pdf

Parents and Guardians can now access their child's Ongoing Progress, make payments, check attendance and transportation information online. To create an account, please contact the school to receive your child's Parent Access ID and Parent Access Password. An account only needs to created once. Multiple children of the same guardian(s) can be linked to the one account refer to the following document.

Use the "Contact Us" in the bottom grey bar of the Login page to send in a request from the ECSD Help Desk Specialists. Students can access all but the payment information using their student login and password.


Interpreting the Ongoing Progress Report

Level of Achievement Criteria for Each Subject Area:

By mid-October parents can check online to see their child’s progress on learning outcomes covered to date. Please see the letter above. More information will be sent home and posted as it becomes available.

Learner Skills Criteria will be included in the Summary Reports in January and June

Shows Consistently. The student demonstrates that he or she possesses and is exemplifying this particular skill on a habitual (regular, ongoing) basis.
Shows Progress. The student is growing on the continuum in his/her development of this skill.
Requires Growth.The student has not yet demonstrated sufficient evidence of this particular skill.