The following information can help parents better understand progress reports.

  • Kindergarten: Kindergarten programming within Calgary Catholic School District is guided by Alberta Education’s Kindergarten Program Statement which outlines learning expectations within seven learning areas. The expectations of the seven learning areas are interrelated and meet the social, physical, intellectual, cultural, creative and emotional needs of young children. Alberta Education Kindergarten Program Statement 2008.
    Learner expectations are integrated through purposeful play activities that are developmentally appropriate for young children. The spiritual component of the Kindergarten curriculum encourages children to see traces of God within their everyday experiences. Learning expectations include awareness of God, self and of Jesus as the greatest of God’s love.
  • Elementary: Elementary teachers in the Calgary Catholic School District use a common progress report to communicate the progress of their students. The progress report is based upon current professional literature, best practices, and recommendations of the Alberta Assessment Consortium. When completing progress report levels and comments, teachers recognize the links between programs of study, planning, course outlines, instructional strategies, and a variety of forms of assessment.
  • Junior High: Brightspace by D2L is an online learning environment used in the Calgary Catholic School District in junior high and high school. It is a powerful tool that supports student collaboration and learning while providing meaningful communication between teachers, students, and parents. Each of your child’s classes has an associated D2L course and the Grades tool transparently manages student assessments. Students and parents can review grade details and the overall grade at any time to track progress. Junior High teachers in the Calgary Catholic School District use a common progress report to communicate the progress of their students. The progress report is based upon current professional literature, best practices, and recommendations of the Alberta Assessment Consortium. When completing progress report marks and comments, teachers recognize the links between programs of study, planning, course outlines, instructional strategies, and a variety of forms of assessment.

Deciphering a progress report can be complicated. These support documents will help you read and understand your child’s elementary or junior high progress report.

Elementary Progress Reports
English
French
Arabic
Dinka
Spanish
Tagalog
Vietnamese

Junior High Progress Reports
English
French
Arabic
Dinka
Spanish
Tagalog
Vietnamese


Progress Reports

The following information can help parents better understand progress reports.

  • Kindergarten: Kindergarten programming within Calgary Catholic School District is guided by Alberta Education’s Kindergarten Program Statement which outlines learning expectations within seven learning areas. The expectations of the seven learning areas are interrelated and meet the social, physical, intellectual, cultural, creative and emotional needs of young children. Alberta Education Kindergarten Program Statement 2008.
    Learner expectations are integrated through purposeful play activities that are developmentally appropriate for young children. The spiritual component of the Kindergarten curriculum encourages children to see traces of God within their everyday experiences. Learning expectations include awareness of God, self and of Jesus as the greatest of God’s love.
  • Elementary: Elementary teachers in the Calgary Catholic School District use a common progress report to communicate the progress of their students. The progress report is based upon current professional literature, best practices, and recommendations of the Alberta Assessment Consortium. When completing progress report levels and comments, teachers recognize the links between programs of study, planning, course outlines, instructional strategies, and a variety of forms of assessment.
  • Junior High: Brightspace by D2L is an online learning environment used in the Calgary Catholic School District in junior high and high school. It is a powerful tool that supports student collaboration and learning while providing meaningful communication between teachers, students, and parents. Each of your child’s classes has an associated D2L course and the Grades tool transparently manages student assessments. Students and parents can review grade details and the overall grade at any time to track progress. Junior High teachers in the Calgary Catholic School District use a common progress report to communicate the progress of their students. The progress report is based upon current professional literature, best practices, and recommendations of the Alberta Assessment Consortium. When completing progress report marks and comments, teachers recognize the links between programs of study, planning, course outlines, instructional strategies, and a variety of forms of assessment.

Deciphering a progress report can be complicated. These support documents will help you read and understand your child’s elementary or junior high progress report.

Elementary Progress Reports
English
French
Arabic
Dinka
Spanish
Tagalog
Vietnamese

Junior High Progress Reports
English
French
Arabic
Dinka
Spanish
Tagalog
Vietnamese