Standards-Based Report Cards
Standards-based report cards (SBRC) provide detailed information on a student’s level of proficiency on a given standard in areas of content and performance by showing the skills which must be learned in the grade level and students' progress toward mastery of these skills.
These report cards also provide parents/guardians a clearer understanding of what is expected in school and how their child performs in a specific standard, as well as how their child performs in each component of that subject.
SBRCs are provided to parents three times a year (November, February and May; every 12th week of the reporting period) and will be available for parents to view in Skyward.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Why does MISD use a standards-based report card in K-2?
- How do standards-based report cards support learning?
- Where is the focus in standards-based report cards?
- How were the standards for the report cards determined?
- How will my child’s progress be reported on the SBRC?
- How do teachers assess the standards on the report cards?
- What happens when my child masters a standard?
- How will standards-based report cards impact students with special needs?
- What happens if my child moves from Mansfield ISD?