Curriculum

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Student Progress

Our elementary reporting system reflects curriculum and practice, communicates grade level expectations, and reports student progress three times a year. We adopted trimesters during 08-09 school year. Our goal is that students will achieve the learning outcomes listed on the report card by the end of the year.

In addition to letter grades, we use the following criteria on report cards:

  • P: Proficient
  • W: Working Toward
  • N: Needs Improvement
  • AC: Adjusted Curriculum
  • IP: In Progress toward IEP Goals (Individualized Education Program)
  • NP: Not progressing towards IEP

Every student is expected to make progress toward achievement of the core curriculum . However, students may vary in the speed or extent of the achievement. Brown teachers use thorough assessment tools and strategies to help measure student progress.

To best meet your child’s needs, we assess student learning in a wide variety of ways including teacher observation, checklists, projects, rubrics, work samples, tests, and demonstrations. Teachers use report cards to document student progress. Teachers will also communicate about your student’s development through other methods. Fall conferences provide all parents with direct communication with the teacher, and a simple phone call or email is always welcome!

Copies of our new report cards can be viewed in the parent information section on this website.

Parents at Brown are excellent partners in promoting student success. Attending conferences, Open House, curriculum nights, and maintaining ongoing communication with the teacher and the school helps your student learn. Helping students maintain good school attendance is of utmost importance, too. Our students benefit because schools and parents work together!

Huron School District complies with all Federal laws and U. S. Department of Education requirements prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status or disability.

Administrative Offices
32044 Huron River Drive
New Boston, Michigan 48164
734-782-2441

Richard Naughton, Superintendent

Debra Krauss, Chief Academic Officer

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