Midway ISD uses a standards-based report card for students in Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade. The Texas Education Agency (TEA) creates a set of learning standards for each grade level and content areas. These standards describe what each child should learn and be able to do at each grade level in all subjects. The report card is designed to give specific information about a child's progress academically, socially, and emotionally. Standards-based report cards provide a higher level of consistency of expectations among teachers across the district. The report card helps students, teachers, and parents focus on learning standards, while at the same time giving students an opportunity to receive help if they are not making adequate progress. Parents will know which standards their child has learned and which skills their child needs to learn to be well-prepared for the next grade level.
More information regarding Midway's standards-based report cards is available on these links:
- Parent Guide for Grades K-2
This guide includes frequently asked questions about Midway's standards-based report card for parents of students in Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade.
- Evidence of Learning for Grades K-2
This document lists types of assessments that may be used to gather evidence of student learning in reading, language arts, social studies, science, and mathematics in grades K-2.
Kindergarten Standards-Based Report Card Resources:
First Grade Standards-Based Report Card Resources:
Second Grade Standards-Based Report Card Resources: