Standards-Based Report Cards
Mansfield ISD utilizes standards-based report cards (SBRC) in grades K-2. SBRCs 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.
Standards-based report cards also provide parents and 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.
The report cards are provided for parents three times a year (i.e. every 12th week of the grading period - November, February and May) and can be accessed through Skyward.
- 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?