New Elementary California Content Standards Progress ReportResources and InformationThe Los Angeles Unified School District is activating a new elementary progress report in MiSiS this 2017-2018 school year. Please bookmark this page for future reference as resources related to the new elementary progress report will be updated and maintained at this webpage for your convenience. This webpage is also available through this link: http://tinyurl.com/NewReportCard
This At-A-Glance resource explains expectations for entering scored assignemnts into the new elementary online gradebook.
See "LAUSD Policies" below for the updated Elementary Marking Practices and Procedures Bulletin.Grading Supports and Resources. Click folder below.For any questions or comments, please contact Elementary Instruction, (213) 241-5333.For IT support, contact the IT helpdesk, (213) 241-5200, option 5 and then option 3.
- FAQ: Schoology Gradebook and Marking Practices
Newly Updated FAQ for questions about the new online gradebook and marking practices.
Updated Sept. 14,2018
For information from the 2017-18 FAQ click here.
- Grading Supports and Resources
LAUSD offers teachers and schools different types of professional learning opportunities
- Salary Point Classes
- School Site PD
- Facilitator Training
- Implementation Support
2018-19 Teacher Handbook - Revised 10-23-18 with Dual Language Education policy
for answers to your questions about the progress report.
- Marking Guidance College and Career Behavior
- When can I use N/A? When must a mark be entered? See this at-a-glance resource.
2018-19 Elementary School Progress Report Marking Practices and Procedures, BUL-2332.7
- Personalized Learning System and Online Gradebook Resources
Here's an simple quick start guide on how to upload scored assignments!
Click the image for an electronic clickable quick start guide.
Cick Resources for additional supports from LAUSD Personalized Learning Systems.
- New Elementary Progress Report Formats
To view the samples of the new progress report, please see this file Progress Report Format.To view the Spanish language version progress report, please see this file Spanish Progress Report Format.ETK will use the parent report template from the DRDP.
Use this ETK Parent Report template to complete with information from the DRDP so that you can share students' strengths and skills that they are working on.
Click Spanish ETK Parent Report for the translated template.
For support with the DRDP-2015, visit desiredresults.us, resources, forms, and tutorials.
- MiSiS Job Aids
MiSiS resources and job aids for the online progress report card can be found at https://achieve.lausd.net/Page/6215ADVISORY ON PROGRESS REPORT AND TEACHER VERIFICATION REPORT PRINTINGPlease keep in mind that the printing default setting for the new elementary progress report is set for legal size paper. School would need to have enough legal size paper on hand to manage the demand of printing these documents.Both documents can be printed on letter size paper. For schools that decide to print on letter size, please keep in mind the the documents will be reduced to fit on a smaller paper size. This means the font on progress reports and teacher verification rosters printed on letter size paper will be smaller than intended.
- Parent Resources
Parent Flyer: Online Gradebook and Minimum Entry RequirementsParent Handbook, a resource for schools and parentsOnline E-learning Course for ParentsThis e-learning course is designed for parents as the audience to assist you with the task of informing and supporting parents in understanding the new progress report, the reason for this change, and the history of its development.Spanish language version: http://www.lausd.net/cdg/NuevoInforme/
- Online E-learning Course for Teachers and Administrators
The Elementary Instruction Department has developed a new progress report e-learning course in three modules, available on MyPLN. This e-learning course was created in preparation for the activation of the new Elementary CA Content Standards Progress Report in MiSiS for the 2017-2018 school year. The course is available now for viewing using your Single Sign On (SSO) in MyPLN, course name: Unfolding the New Elementary Progress Report *Unfolding the New Elementary Progress Report, Module 3 is experiencing technical difficulties.
We will update when the module is available for viewing. Click for Module 3 ppt and facilitator guide.
The educational course in MyPLN for teachers is in three chapters of content that may be adapted for compacting or extended for additional learning based on school need. Each chapter is designed to be 45 minutes, but each one may be completed more rapidly or extended depending on the needs of your employees.1) History and Purpose
- Progress Report Module Revisions: 10-04-17
- The MyPLN login: https://achieve.lausd.net/mypln#spn-content
- Module hand-outs convenient for whole group work: Hand-outs for course
- Teacher Handbook, a useful resource to accompany the online module
- Progress Report PD Trailer: http://tinyurl.com/ProgressReportPDTrailer
- PD flyer: New Progress Report Announcement
2) Standards-based Marking Practices, and
3) MiSiS Screens and Job Aids.
*The implementation of the new Elementary California Content Standards Progress Report represents a major change in our progress reporting for students, thus additional learning for teachers, parents, and administrators is necessary to support them in managing this transition. The online e-learning course may be completed in MyPLN as a group or independently. Schools are advised to complete the course prior to October 15, 2017. The new 2017-2018 Banked Time PD Priorities memorandum contains a section dedicated to the progress report PD course with any new requirements for completion in the 2017-2018 school year.
- LAUSD Policies
UPDATED 8/3/18 Elementary School Progress Report Marking Practices and Procedures, BUL-2332.7
Elementary Official Roll Book, Ref. 6302.1
- Click sample warning notice for an example of a grade K-5 and 6 notice that schools can modify and/or use as a template.
- Warning Notice MiSiS Job Aid
The purpose of the TK progress report is to demonstrate development along a learning continuum. TK is a two-year program. TK students are expected to meet kindergarten standards at the end of their second year, which is at the end of their kindergarten year. Specific concerns should always be discussed between the parents and teacher. In a developmentally appropriate TK environment, unsatisfactory notices would be inappropriate.
School Site Professional Priorities and Banked Time Tuesdays for Elementary Schools, MEM-6015.6
- Past Updates and News
August 2017 http://home.lausd.net/apps/news/article/730288December 2016 http://home.lausd.net/apps/news/article/639297October 2016 http://home.lausd.net/apps/news/article/617371