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Assessment

Student Assessment

Student achievement in Kindergarten to Grade 8 is based on a 4-point scale that represents a child's achievement related to the outcomes in Alberta Education's Program of StudiesParents are strongly encouraged to contact teachers with any questions regarding their children's achievement and grades.

Kindergarten to Grade 6

Rubric Score Achievement Indicators

PURPLE DOT

Excelling with Expectations

This level of achievement describes students work that demonstrates exemplary performance of the learner outcomes.

GREEN DOT

Meeting Expectations

This level of achievement describes students work that demonstrates competent performance of the learner outcomes.

YELLOW DOT

Approaching Expectations

This level of achievement describes the students work that demonstrates limited performance of the learner outcomes. Additional support is often required for success.

RED DOT

Not Meeting Expectations

This level of achievement describes the student work that demonstrates unsuccessful performance of the learner outcomes.

Gr. 7 - 8 Assessment Rubric

Rubric Score Achievement Indicators
4
Excelling with Expectations
This level of achievement describes students work that demonstrates exemplary performance of the learner outcomes.
3
Meeting Expectations
This level of achievement describes students work that demonstrates competent performance of the learner outcomes.
2
Approaching Expectations
This level of achievement describes the students work that demonstrates limited performance of the learner outcomes. Additional support is often required for success.
1
Not Meeting Expectations
This level of achievement describes the student work that demonstrates unsuccessful performance of the learner outcomes.

 

Grade 9 - 12

Student achievement is based on a percent scale that represents a child's achievement related to the outcomes in Alberta Education's Program of Studies. Parents are strongly encouraged to contact teachers with any questions regarding their children's achievement and grades.

Parents and Students in Gr 6-12 Can Access Marks Anytime .....Anywhere with PowerSchool!

For detailed instructions on how parents and students in Gr. 6 - 12 can access marks anytime, anywhere - please follow this link.

Report Cards

Bentley School encourages parents to view their children's marks and attendance using PowerSchool Parent Portal for grades 7-12. Wolf Creek Public School is currently in the process of transition all student progress report to Schoology. Watch for more information as it becomes available.  Parents are greater connected with their children's academic progress by using these online systems as they can view missed assignments, test scores and connect with teachers whenever needed. To set up a Parent Portal account, please contact the school office for your username and password. 

Bentley School organizes parent teacher interviews three times per year. Early interviews are at the beginning of October and parents are not required to book an appointment. This is a great way to meet your child's teacher and become familiar with your child's learning environment. Scheduled parent teacher interviews are in the middle of November (Gr. K-12), middle of March (Gr. K-8) and middle of April (Gr 9-12). Parents use an online system to book interviews with their child's teacher(s).