K-4 report cards in Cabot Public Schools are standards-based. They are designed to provide information to parents about student progress in:

  1. meeting the Arkansas State Standards in English Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies.
  2. developing Lifelong Learning Skills, which include various study skills and behaviors. 

An overall grade is given for each subject on the report card.  A list of sub-skills is included under Reading, Writing and Language Skills, Mathematics, and Science. Teachers will check any sub-skills in which the student needs to improve and provide parents with suggestions for ways they can help their child at home.



 4/A  Exemplary - All of the learning goals are consistently met.

 3/B  Proficient - Most of the learning goals are consistently met.

 2/C  Progressing - More than half of the learning goals are consistently met.

 1/D  Struggling - Few or none of the learning goals are consistently met.

    • The numbers 1-4 are used to communicate the level of proficiency in grades K-2. 
    • Letter grade correspondences are added to the numbers in third grade. 
    • Letter grades alone are used in fourth grade.  

  • Students are rated O (Outstanding), S (Satisfactory) or N (Needs Improvement) in these areas.

SAMPLE REPORT CARDS - Report cards were updated on Aug. 30, 2016

Sample report cards contain the same information that will be on the students' report card.However, the appearance of the actual report cards will differ from the samples.