One of the PSP’s goals is to maintain a professional appearance in students records in the event they should enter a standard campus setting. The form will travel with your student in their “cum” file to any other school they may attend.
For this reason, you will want to keep it looking neat and accurate. Though the use of letter grades might be an issue of debate, we have chosen to use them because it is the standard language of our current school system.
For detailed instructions on how to properly fill out the appropriate forms, consult the hand book you received upon enrollment.
PFA now has electronic forms available for all K-8 and high school reports. Users must have Microsoft Office (Word & Excel) on their computers in order to use these forms. These can be filled out and stored on your computer, and can be printed and mailed to Pioneer Family Academy when they are due. Electronic Forms can now be e-mailed directly to PFA at email@example.com
The above forms are in PDF format, and can be downloaded, printed, and filled out manually. Click on the name of the form you would like to print.
The Student Progress and Attendance form has a place for the student’s name, grade level and the academic year. Fill in one for each of your students. Please remember to use both first and last name. Then circle which quarter these grades represent.
K-8 Student Workbook
For those who desire to streamline their paperwork and record-keeping even more, there is also a student workbook provided, both for K-8. This workbook provides all of the forms you need for your K-8 student for the entire year, information on their name and grade level needs to be entered only once, also grades from the earlier quarters are copied automatically onto subsequent report cards, so that there is no redundancy in filling out these forms.
K-8 Student Workbook
High School Course Description Forms
High school course description forms are available in two different versions:
The free form version is best if you wish to write out your own course descriptions fully and creatively, listing course objectives and curriculum neatly in rows.
The textbook version is ideal if you are copying and pasting course description or a curriculum list from another place, such as an online course.
For brief course descriptions without a lot of information, either form will work equally well.
High School Quarter Report (for 1st and 3rd quarter)
High School Semester Report (2nd quarter is the same as 1st semester, 4th quarter is the end of second semester)
High School Student Workbook
For those who desire to streamline their paperwork and record-keeping even more, there is also a high school student workbook provided. This workbook provides all of the forms you need for your high school student for the entire year, including both versions of the course description, just copy as many sheets as you need, one for each course. Name, age, grade level and year information needs to be entered only once, also grades from the first semester are copied automatically onto the second semester report card, so that there is no redundancy in filling out these forms.
The parent is responsible for filling in the course titles and assigning the credits. The first and third quarter grades should be considered progress grades. The second and fourth quarter grades are the official semester grades and should represent the work of the entire semester.
What you write on the report card will be copied to the transcript. Please give precise names for each course, i.e. Biology vs. Science, Algebra 1 vs. Math, World History vs. History. Colleges will want to know exactly what courses your student has taken.