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Report Cards

Academic Achievement Reports

Academic Achievement Reports (report cards) are given three times per year.  Academic Achievement Reports are based on progress toward mastery of the grade level Common Core standards.  A parent-teacher conference may be held at any time to discuss a student’s progress.  To schedule a parent-teacher conference, please call the office for an appointment. Progress reports are sent home six (6) weeks before the end of the grading period to notify parents if their child is not meeting grade level standards and may receive an unsatisfactory grade unless improvement is shown. 


The State of California now mandates that students be retained if they are performing far below the basic level and are not making significant progress. Your child’s teacher will notify you if your child has been identified according to the District criteria. The Glendale Unified School District is currently identifying students who are not meeting grade level standards in grades 2 through 6.