Second Grade Progress Report

School Year:  

Student: 

Homeroom Teacher:                                        

Attendance

TERM 1 2 3 TOTAL
ABSENT        
TARDY        
DISMISSED        

[School name]

The mission of the Burlington Public Schools is to help all students acquire organized knowledge, master physical and intellectual skills, and understand ideas in ways that foster a positive self-image and lead to lifelong learning, self-sufficiency, and responsible citizenship

ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE KEY

Academic standards are end of year or end of unit
E =
Exceeding the grade-level standard
M = Meeting the grade level standard
P1 = Progressing toward meeting the grade-level standard
P2 = Progressing below the grade-level standard with teacher support
P3 = Minimally progressing below the grade-level standard with significant teacher support
= Not applicable

KEY
C
= Consistently
F = Frequently
O = Occasionally
NY = Not Yet

SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING

UNDERSTANDS CORE IDEAS AND CONDUCTS SCIENTIFIC PRACTICES RELATED TO:

TERM 1 TERM 2 TERM 3
Earth Science:
- Water cycle and temperature
     
Life Science:
- Living things and their habitats 
     
Physical Science:
- Matter & Materials
     


HISTORY & SOCIAL SCIENCES

Locates continents, major bodies of water, & landforms on a world map

TERM 1 TERM 2 TERM 3

Gives examples of traditions/customs from other countries & cultures that are found in the US today

     

Compares & contrasts characteristics of different cultures

     

Defines & gives examples of students’ rights & responsibilities within the school setting

     


SPECIALS - ART, MUSIC, & PHYSICAL EDUCATION

ART 
- Participates appropriately
- Understands visual concepts
- Demonstrates creative growth
 
TERM 1 TERM 2 TERM 3
MUSIC
- Participates appropriately 
- Accurately recognizes & creates basic rhythm patterns
- Accurately recognizes signs & matches at least 5 scale tones
     
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
- Demonstrates competency in movement forms & proficiency in a few movement forms
- Engages in moderate to vigorous physical activity
- Demonstrates responsible personal & social behavior in a physical activity setting
   

 

 

 


PERSONAL/SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

Self Control & Problem Solving
- Demonstrates self-control in structured situations
- Demonstrates self-control in unstructured situations
- Transitions appropriately between activities & Lessons
- Respects classroom rules & property
- Accepts responsibility for own actions
 
TERM 1 TERM 2 TERM 3

Speaking & Listening
- Participates in conversations & discussions
- Recounts or describes key ideas & details from oral information
- Asks & answers questions to confirm or clarify information
- Provides facts & details when presenting personal knowledge & ideas
- Speaks audibly & in complete sentences

     
Work Habits
- Organizes belongings & materials 
- Follows directions
- Uses time constructively
- Completes legible & quality  work in the allotted time
- Completes quality homework assignments
     

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

Foundational Skills
- Knows long & short vowels
- Decodes two-syllable words with long vowels
- Decodes words with prefixes & suffixes
- Reads irregularly spelled words

TERM 1 TERM 2 TERM 3

Reading Skills
- Reads grade level texts with purpose & understanding
- Reads with accuracy, rate, & expression
- Uses context to confirm or self correct
- Uses context to understand words & phrases
- Uses writing to respond to reading

     

Reading Comprehension Strategies
- Retells lessons in stories:  beginning, middle, & end
- Identifies main topic & key details of a text
- Asks & answers questions to show understanding
- Knows & uses various text features
- Uses information from illustrations & text to demonstrate understanding
- Compares & contrasts stories

     

Oral Language
- Uses parts of speech (e.g., regular & irregular nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, & adverbs)
- Reads, writes, & understands abbreviations & compound words
- Produces simple & compound sentences

     

Writing

Process
- Writes opinion/ persuasive pieces
- Writes informative/ explanatory pieces
- Writes narrative stories
- Writes stories or poems with dialogue
- Creates a shared research &/or writing project

     

Mechanics
With guidance & support:
- Revises & edits writing
- Uses digital tools to produce & publish writing
- Demonstrates understanding of capitalization, punctuation & spelling
- Uses root words, prefixes & suffixes to gain meaning
- Uses print & digital glossaries & dictionaries

     



MATHEMATICS

Problem Solving & Communication

- Applies appropriate strategies to estimate, solve, & check problems for accuracy
- Explains mathematical thinking using words, numbers, tools, and/or pictures

TERM 1 TERM 2 TERM 3
Operations & Algebraic Thinking

- Represents & solves word problems involving addition & subtraction within 100
- Demonstrates fluency of addition to 20
- Demonstrates fluency of subtraction from 20

     
Number & Operations in Base Ten

- Understands place value with hundreds, tens & ones
- Uses place value understanding & properties of operations to add & subtract

     
Measurement & Data

- Measures & estimates lengths in standard units
- Tells & writes time to the nearest five minutes
- Solves word problems involving dollars & U.S. coins
- Represents & interprets data

     
Geometry

- Recognizes, identifies, & draws shapes & their attributes
- Partitions & describes parts of a circle or rectangle using 1/2, 1/3, & 1/4