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C.G. Credle Elementary School

PowerSchool Parent Portal

The information found on PowerSchool is accessible to both students and parents through the Student Portal and Parent Portal allows parents and students to access student information via any Internet connection at work or at home. PowerSchool Parent Portal uses web access to serve the family and improve the effectiveness of the communication between teachers and parents. It is your choice as a parent if you choose to use this tool; however, this tool does not take the place of direct contact with teachers and staff at the school who work with your child each day.

You will be able to view the following types of data on your child:

Demographics (Depending on custody or living with status)

●      Emergency Contacts (Depending on custody or living with status)

●      Transportation Data (If it exists in the system)

●      Attendance

●      Assessments (Not entered for Grades PK-2)

●      Credits Earned To Date (Not entered for Grades PK-2)

●      Current Progress (Not entered for Grades PK-2)

●      Marks/Grades (Not entered for Grades PK-2)

●      Courses

●      Non-School Days

*Please note, to sign up for PowerSchool Parent Portal, you will need to visit our data manager, Raquel Harris, and provide a photo ID.   You will be given an access code and unique password to set up your Parent Portal account.

Report Cards/Grading Scale

Students receive a report card at the end of each nine weeks. Grades given indicate an evaluation of the progress your child is making. Mid-way through each quarter a student shall receive a progress report. 

Subjects on the report card for K-2 are rated on a 4 point scale:

1 = Well Below Grade Level: Not/Rarely meeting proficiency expectations

2 = Approaching Grade Level:Inconsistently meeting proficiency expectations
3 = Proficient: Consistently meeting grade level proficiency expectations

4 = Highly Proficient: Consistently exceeding grade level proficiency expectations

The report card grades of students in Grades 3-5 are calculated with percentages. The following grade scale applies:
A=100–90 B=89–80 C=84–77 D=76–70 F=69or below

Achievement Testing: Local

Reading: Every child in grades K-3 will be benchmarked using mClass three times per year following the required assessment guidelines as stipulated by Granville County Schools and the State of North Carolina. 
Every child in grades K-5 will be tested three times per year with an iReady reading assessment and students in grades 3-5 will also complete NC Check-Ins three times per year.

 Math : Every child in grades K-5 take a pre- and post-test for each math unit of instruction. In addition, they will be tested three times per year with an iReady math assessment and NC Check-Ins (grades 3-5 only). K-2 will complete a Math Summative Assessment at the end of the school year.

Science: Every child in grade 5 will be testing three times per year with a NC Check-In.

CogAT (Cognitive Abilities Test ): Every child in third grade will take this test (usually in October). It assesses a student’s verbal, quantitative, and nonverbal skills. This test is primarily used for teacher information and AIG identification. More information will be provided by the AIG teacher.

Achievement Testing: State

Beginning-of-Grade (BOG3): Standardized English Language Arts/Reading test given (between the 11th and 15th day of the school year) to grade three students to function as a pretest and a measure for growth reporting at the end of the school year following the administration of the EOG.

End-of-Grade Tests (EOG ): These test are given to grades 3, 4, and 5 in the areas of reading and math. Fifth Grade will also take a science EOG. These tests must be administered within the last 10 days of the school year.

Achievement Level Ranges : Effective in the 2013-14 school year, the State now reports student proficiency using 5 achievement levels. Please note that a Level 3 identifies students who are prepared for the next grade, but do not meet the college-and-career readiness standard.
Level 5 Denotes Superior Command of knowledge and skills
Level 4 Denotes Solid Command of knowledge and skills
Level 3 Denotes Sufficient Command of knowledge and skills
Level 2 Denotes Partial Command of knowledge and skills
Level 1 Denotes Limited Command of knowledge and skills

The EOG compares how much gain your child has made from their previous test (Grade 3 – BOG; Grades 4-5 – EOG) to their posttest (present end of year test). The state has determined the amount of gain your child must meet to reach their individual expected growth goal, but unfortunately do not inform us until July after the test has been completed. In other words, it is not “good enough” to meet the required proficiency of a Level 3, 4, or 5. Your child needs to make their expected gain.

This test will be a factor for promotion in Grades 3-5.

Promotion and Retention

Students in grades K-2 MUST:
1. Perform at or above grade level on Granville County Schools’ K-2 Assessment/Report Card (reading, writing, and math) in order to be eligible for promotion. Level 3 or 4 is passing. 2. Not miss more than 10 days of school during the year (excused and unexcused).

If not ...Parents will be kept informed of a child’s progress. A Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) will be implemented to improve student performance and school outcomes. The NC MTSS employs a systems approach using data-driven problem solving to maximize growth for all. If a student doesn’t respond to the supplemental and/or intensive instructional support, and If performance is still significantly below grade level then at the end of the school year retention is possible. A child performing below grade level two years in a row will be recommended for further evaluation and/or retention.

Students in Grade 3 -(Read to Achieve) – House Bill 950/S.L. 2012- 142 Section 7A) was implemented in the 2013-2014 school year. A student must pass the English Language Arts/Reading EOG. If not, the following flowchart applies:
1. Take the Read to Achieve Alternative Assessment. If does not pass, then

2. Retakes the EOG. If does not pass, then
3. Enrolls in a reading summer camp.* At the end of the summer camp the student is reassessed using the Read to Achieve Alternative Assessment. If does not pass, then
4. The student is placed in a fourth grade classroom, but will be retested during the school year to determine if the retention label can be removed.

* If a child does not attend the summer camp, they may be retained in a third grade classroom.

Students in Grade 4 MUST :
1. Have a passing grade (70 or higher) in English Language Arts and Math for the year.

2.Score a level 3, 4, or 5 on the EOG tests in English Language Arts/Reading and Mathematics. 

3. Have no more than 10 absences during the school year (excused OR unexcused).

Students in Grade 5 MUST :
1. Have a passing grade (70 or higher) in English Language Arts and Math for the year. 2. Score a level 3, 4, or 5 on the EOG tests in English Language Arts/Reading and Mathematics.
3. Have no more than 10 absences during the school year (excused OR unexcused).