Student Progress Report
Letter to Parents
Enclosed is a report on your child’s progress in meeting the goals in his or her Individual Education Program (IEP). This report will allow you to see how your child is progressing toward mastering the goals by the end of the school year.
Look at the column titled “Mastery Criteria Level”. The percentage (%) written here indicates the performance level selected at the time the IEP was developed for your child to achieve. By comparing the percentage achieved at this grading period to the mastery criteria level and to previous grading period(s), you can see whether or not your child is on target to meet his/her goal. The following is an explanation of the evaluation codes:
C Continued – This means your child will continue to work on this goal.
D Discontinued - This means this goal is no longer appropriate for your child at this time.
M Mastered – This means your child has successfully completed this goal.
N Not Initiated – This means your child has not begun to work on this goal.
If your child’s percentage seems lower than you would have expected, please note that student goals are the same as the state standard for that grade level. In addition, recorded percentages are not the same as a student’s grades. We expect percentages to increase over the course of the school year.
I will be sending this report at each grading period indicating continued, discontinued, mastered or if it was not initiated. Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact me.
Special Education Teacher