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Parent Engagement: Your child’s curriculum has changed, and the way we report your child’s progress is changing too.
Currently, student progress is reported in many different ways, including report cards, parent teacher meetings and regular student/parent/teacher check-ins. The Ministry of Education has updated the curriculum for kindergarten to grade 9. Now you are being asked to share your thoughts on report cards and all types of progress reporting.
Ministry staff and educators, along with district staff will be hosting a community session in Port McNeill at the North Island Secondary School on Tuesday, January 24, 2017 – between 5pm and 8 p.m.
Your ideas about what would make student reporting better are valuable and we want to hear them.
Drop in to the casual open house between 5 and 7 p.m. then take part in a fun brainstorming workshop from 7 to 8 p.m. Enjoy some refreshments and good conversation, and help us shape the future of student progress reports in B.C.