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The Tannehill  Board of Education believes that students and parents should be informed periodically of the student's progress in school work. Therefore, report cards may be picked up at parent/teacher conferences or will be sent to parents or guardians following the end of each nine-week period, adding up to four times during the school year. Grades 1-6 use a yearly card. The parent or guardian shall be requested to acknowledge receipt by signature and return the card. The only grades that will be recorded on your permanent records are your semester grades.

Progress reports shall be distributed at mid nine-weeks and additional reports, telephone calls, or personal visits may be scheduled if in the best interest of the student. If, by the fourth week of every nine-week period, you are not progressing well, your teacher will mail an unsatisfactory progress report to the parent.


Report cards are distributed every nine weeks.  A child is graded against grade level objectives.  Letter grades of A, B, C, D, and F reflect the child’s performance against grade level requirements.  Students may be retained if they do not pass basic skill objectives at their grade level.  If there are any questions about your child’s report card, please contact his/her teacher immediately.


Students will receive progress reports the fifth (5th) week of each nine (9) week period.